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Expanded Service Areas
Dated: April 14 2021
Serving You Across Arizona
There are many reasons why people love Arizona. During a short drive across Arizona, you can enjoy mountains, desert, and red rocks. That is why, as a realtor, I have done the necessary licensing to service my clients in multiple regions of Arizona.
Suppose you are looking to move to a different part of Arizona, or maybe you are ready to purchase a second home. In that case, I can now help you with your home purchases in the Sedona – Verde Valley area, the Prescott area, and the Phoenix area.
About Sedona/Verde Valley
When you travel through the Verde Valley and Sedona, you are greeted by some of the most breathtaking landscapes in Arizona. Sedona’s red rocks, valleys, and canyons, as well as the diverse landscape created by the Verde River, makes this part of Arizona a popular place to visit, as well as a popular place to call home. One visit will allow you to witness firsthand some of the greatest natural wonders of North-Central Arizona.
In addition to the spectacular homes and breathtaking landscape, the Sedona and Verde Valley offer an abundant of options for recreation and relaxation. With multiple camp grounds, such as the popular Dead Horse Camp Ground in Cottonwood and the incredibly unique Lo-Lo-Mai campground near Page Springs, as well as the spectacular jeep tours in Sedona, you have multiple options available to enjoy the Verde Valley.
In Prescott, Arizona, you will find countless activities to do, including horseback riding, golfing, kayaking, fishing, hiking, camping, mountain biking, local breweries, restaurants, and shopping. In addition to the hometown feel, these activities keep Prescott visitors, young and old, returning year after year.
Once the state's territorial capital, Prescott, Arizona, is rich with history embodied in its world-famous Whiskey Row, the historic courthouse, and numerous historical landmarks. Whether you're seeking to relax in a natural environment filled with beauty and wildlife or the history of "Everybody's Hometown," you will find something that will interest you. Visit the official web site for Prescott, Arizona, to learn more by clicking here.
Located in the Bradshaw Mountains, Prescott sits at an altitude of 5,400 feet. The average high temperature in the winter in Prescott is around 52 degrees and averages 89 in the summer. There are approximately 43,000 people in Prescott, but the surrounding "Quad-City" area of Dewey-Humboldt, Chino Valley, and Prescott Valley and the smaller towns of Mayer, Paulden, and Wilhoit, comprise around 103,000 people.
The Phoenix area offers endless possibilities for all ages and family dynamics. Where else can you take a selfie by a saguaro while enjoying a stunning desert backdrop? Nicknamed the "Valley of the Sun," the greater Phoenix area sees more sunshine than any other metro area in the country. The Valley offers a nice balance of a thriving job market, nice weather, as well as a relatively low cost of living.
The Phoenix area's diverse landscape, sleek architecture, cultural arts, fine restaurants, and sports arenas add to the multiple reasons the "Valley of the Sun" is a popular place to call home.