Real Estate

Real Estate

The Real Estate Committee was originally the Real Estate Task Force initiated by the Governors of Arizona and Sonora in 2001. The Task Force members were appointed by Governor Hull and represented a diverse cross-section of experts, including attorneys, real estate professionals, appraisers, developers and government officials. In September 2004 the AMC Board of Directors approved the Real Estate Task Force becoming an Ad Hoc Committee and the Real Estate Ad Hoc Committee’s Bylaws were adopted. Committee members are now chosen and appointed by the committee. The Governor of Arizona appoints the two Co-Chairs who serve at the pleasure of the Governor.

How To Get Involved

By serving on the Real Estate Committee, you can participate in grassroots policy development, exchange ideas and information through cross-border communication and collaboration, and contribute to the implementation and advancement of cross-border projects. Contact your co-chairs today!

Arizona Co-Chairs

Judy LoweJudy Lowe
Commissioner
Arizona Department of Real Estate
(602) 771-7760
e-mail
Mike HammondMike Hammond
CEO
Cushman & Wakefield/PICOR
(520) 546-2700
e-mail


AMC Grant Project

Click here to view the Real Estate Grant Project


Past Plenary Presentations

2017 AMC Summit Real Estate Committee Presentation *NEW*
2014 Plenary Real Estate Committee Presentations


Resources and Videos

International Opportunities
Invest Now In Arizona & Sonora


2017 Action Plans

Increase Legal Certainty in Real Estate Investments *NEW*

Accomplishments

International CommerceWhere: Nogales
What: AMC Links Arizona to International Commerce
Pillars: Trade
AMC was instrumental in the development of the Canamex Corridor. This transportation corridor, stretching from the Mexican border at Nogales, Arizona, to the Canadian border in Montana, received its federal designation in 1996. It is the cornerstone for seamless and efficient transportation of goods, services, people and information between Canada, Mexico and the United States.