Waiting for state sober living home rules, cities add their own restrictions; Jordan Rose, founder and president of Rose Law Group, weighs in

By Lily Altavena | Arizona Republic Arizona cities are in sober living home purgatory. And so are the homes. This spring, state legislators passed a law requiring sober living homes to secure licensing with the Arizona Department of Health Services. But that agency still has about 18 months of work left to get a licensing system up and running, according to Mesa Mayor John …

Phoenix okays Mattamy Homes plan for Camelback Ranch master community

Rose Law Group Reporter staff (Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Mattamy Homes.) The Phoenix City Council on Wednesday voted 7-0 to change the General Plan and 6-1 to change the zoning to permit Mattamy Homes to move forward and develop its Camelback Ranch, 199-lot master-planned community. This site is approximately 66 acres adjacent to the Camelback Ranch spring training facility, …

Mortgages: Come full circle?

By Jim Belfiore and Jordan Rose | East Valley Tribune Anyone who owned a home a decade ago knows a little something about how housing values can fluctuate. Prior to 2006, most U.S. homeowners thought home values went only one direction: up. Sure, some years prices moderated, but generally, they went up 3 percent to 5 percent, and in some …

Rose Law Group President and Founder, Jordan Rose was just named top three finalist for the National Association of Women Business Owners impact award, she and other two finalists talk to Phx business radio

Business Radio X In this segment of Phoenix Business Radio, Host Karen Nowicki, sat down with incoming NAWBO Phoenix President, Ronit Urman, and the “Business Impact Award” Finalists to talk about their journeys to success, the challenges they’ve faced along the way and their untiring commitment to help others. While each of these leaders represent different industries and have their own …

Phoenix-area law firms bolster security after shootings shake legal community; firm assessing its safety policies and procedures; ‘Arizona Republic’ talks to Jordan Rose, Rose Law Group founder and president

By Rachel Leingang | The Republic Phoenix-area law firms added security measures while mourning the loss of their colleagues after a weekend of little information on a string of shootings targeting the legal community. Six people were killed by a shooter over the past few days, starting last Thursday. The suspected shooter was found dead in a hotel from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound …

The Opportunity Zone is a ‘rare gift’

By Jordan Rose and Jim Belfiore | East Valley Tribune In just the last month, through the implementation of Trump’s tax plan, a compelling new tool to spur investment into property across Arizona has been adopted. The Opportunity Zone was created to promote investment in areas that states want to see further economic activity. The tax bill allowed governors to …

Labor shortage is our fault. We’re not fixing it

By Roland Murphy for Arizona Builder’s Exchange We don’t have people to do the jobs. We won’t have them for quite a while, and it’s our fault. 160 people filled the ballroom at the Phoenix Country Club on May 18 to hear the somber message, but no one argued against it. A panel, moderated by Jordan Rose, Rose Law Group founder and president and …