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Site Update and more....

October 31st, 2005

First off, a hearty CONGRATS to Jill - she will receive keys to her new home in N Phoenix today! 

Secondly, we have a new page to view - it's "Condo Conversions" and not only defines them, but lists a number of current projects within the Valley.  Please contact us with any questions, for more information, or to help you choose the right community!

Third, have a GREAT HALLOWEEN and make su ...

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Phoenix Market

October 29th, 2005


Some numbers for new home sales in the Phoenix area were released and show that for the 3rd straight month housing permits were down.  Despite this, permits are still 5.6 percent above last years record pace.  The slow down is attributed to many factors including summer rains, and material and labor shortages which caused builders to ration lots.  This is all actually considered a good t ...

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MESA info

October 28th, 2005


The October issue of America West Airline's in-flight magazine featured the city of Mesa.  It was a terrific review of the 40th largest city in the nation (and to think, we Phoenicians consider just a SUBURB of Phoenix!), mentioning the new Arts Center, upcoming shopping centers, and top employers (Boeing, GM, TRW, Banner Health System....).  It touches on the fantastic golf course ...

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New Listing!

October 27th, 2005

Good evening...

Just a quick little teaser - by the end of the weekend, we will have another home listed in San Tan Heights!  It is a spacious 2-story home, not quite 2 years old, with a pool!  It's on a big 65' x 124' lot that backs to a wash AND the San Tan Mountain range!  We're very excited about listing and SELLING this home!

If you would like more details on this property, please cont ...

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October 26th, 2005

Hello all,

With all the media coverage on the Katrina disaster, it is easy to think that the damage caused by Wilma in Florida wasn't that bad.  No, an entire city was not under water to it's roof tops, but there was mass destruction in Wilma's path.  So, please don't forget that there are still many people that suffered in this latest catastrophe.  Keep your hearts open for all who are suff ...

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October 22nd, 2005

Hi to all....

We came across a condo conversion project recently that IS ALLOWING INVESTORS TO PURCHASE!  As you may know, with the stellar market in the Phoenix area, nearly all new-builds and condo conversion projects restrict sales to owner-occupants or MAYBE second home owners. 

This particular project is in Tempe, close to ASU, the 101, 202 and I-60 freeways - you really can't beat th ...

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Tax Loopholes

October 19th, 2005

Hello again...

We were referred to a great website recently - - by Diane Kennedy.  There is phenominal information regarding tax loopholes available to homeowners, as well as business owners.  While we always advise to seek personal tax counsel, this site can give you ideas on topics to discuss with your tax professional.  Check it out when you get a chance!

Sharon Kotu ...

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new sites

October 19th, 2005


We are proud to announce the launching of two new websites that concentrate on a couple of our areas of expertise.  We invite you to check them out, and even provide feedback if you would like.  For those of you in the SE Valley, please check out  This site is specifically for the master plan community of San Tan Heights and info on the surrounding Queen Creek ...

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Vlly #1 for new business

October 15th, 2005

Hi, Welcome to the weekend.  One of the leading indicators of continued strong growth for any area is job growth.  With all the talk of rising interest rates, and how it will affect the market, it is good to continue to see all the positive indicators for the Phoenix market.  Not only is Google looking to open a regional office, as mentioned yesterday, but Metro Phoenix wa just named the #1 l ...

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Google to Phoenix!

October 14th, 2005

Great news for the city of Phoenix - Internet giant Google is coming to town!

4 Valley cities are currently the frontrunners to land a 100,000 to 200,000 sq ft facility, bringing in roughly 600 high-tech jobs to the chosen city!  The most-likely candidates are Phoenix, Scottsdale, Tempe and Chandler. 

Phoenix metro was chosen based on the area's labor pool, educational institutions and qua ...

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