Grid bikes! They have arrived on Main St. You will see 250 of these bright green two-wheelers in racks along Main St, ready for pedalists to explore Downtown Mesa, head to work, check out a Spring Training game or go wherever their hearts desire (that's within biking … [Read More...]
Are you having trouble finding a rental property in Phoenix right now? Well, you are not alone. Our rental inventory is a fraction of what it was a few years ago. Just to out things in perspective, in 2008,there were roughly 10,000 properties listed for rent in Metro Phoenix. … [Read More...]
Word on the street is that it's a buyer's market in Phoenix right now. Ummmm...not exactly. The answer to the question of whether buyers or sellers have the edge in the Phoenix real estate market, like a lot of questions about Phoenix real estate, it depends.
Let's take a look … [Read More...]
For some, calling a lender to get pre-qualified for a mortgage is an anxiety-riddled, hand-wringing, whiskey-swigging dilemma. Should I or shouldn't I? It's a big deal...or is it?
The fact is, it is pretty much pointless to go house-shopping without checking in with a lender … [Read More...]
What's Happening in Downtown Mesa this week? Sometimes it's hard to find all the cool stuff going happening on Main Street (and thereabouts). Here's a rundown of the Downtown Mesa events for you. It's a little CraigsList-ish right now, I know, but this will be a living page that … [Read More...]
It's about that time when I like to tantalize all of you with some market statistics! How is the Phoenix real estate market so far in 2016? Well let's take a look...
Supply is gradually increasing as it usually does this time of year, but demand has been a little sluggish in … [Read More...]
"All I can strive to be is the absolute best possible version of myself."
I moved to Arizona from Southern California back in 1983 to attend Arizona State University. I had planned to move back to my beloved Huntington Beach the moment I graduated, but somehow the desert changed all that for me. I put down roots in the Valley of the Sun and never looked back, well, except for the trips in the summer for a little cool, beach time.
Before I became a Realtor, I spent 14 years as an aerospace engineer - yes, I was a Rocket Scientist! Because I come from a technical background, I avoid the whole "salesperson" approach to my business. I am a problem solver, a researcher, a negotiator and a facilitator. Believe it or not, that's what makes me a great Realtor! I focus on the needs of my clients first, because I value the relationship with each and every one of them. And there are plenty of services I offer that do not depend on you moving!
I know many people are reluctant to contact Realtors because they are afraid that they will be coerced into selling … [Read More]