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Why Communication is Essential in the Real Estate Process

We’ve all heard the saying, “No news is good news,” right? Well, not necessarily in the real estate process. While not hearing anything could be deemed as everything is moving along smoothly, it could also mean there are critical dates and deadlines being missed. There should be one person at the helm of the entire […]

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RayHenry

Flagstaff Appraiser Offering Lifetime of Market Knowledge 

Similar to many longtime Flagstaff residents, Ray Henry came to Flagstaff to attend Northern Arizona University and decided to stay. That was 50 years ago, in 1968, and he has never regretted the decision. Shortly after finishing his studies, Henry earned his real estate sales license, following up with his real estate broker’s license a […]

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Cain

What is Your Real Estate Love Language?

Love languages. We all have them. The definition of a “love language” is the way we most often express our love to others (or feel loved by others). Real estate is such an emotional and personal experience for buyers (whether a first-time buyer or seasoned investor), that we can talk about “falling in love” with […]

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Paulsrud

If These Walls Could Talk

Driving down Humphreys, do you find it hard not to notice the eye-catching traditional bungalow on the southwest corner of Cherry and Humphreys? Flagstaff has such a rich history and so does our real estate bungalow at 219 N. Humphreys Street. Built in the early 1900s, this bungalow was originally someone’s home. In 1962, Willard […]

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Housing Divide Challenging the Region’s Vitality

Amanda and Andrew Atherton will likely be moving away from Flagstaff this summer, primarily because of the area’s cost of living. Married for two years, the couple would love to stay in Flagstaff, but the high cost of rentals makes saving for a home down payment too difficult. Amanda is finishing a graduate degree in […]

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Reflecting on Reasons to Love Fall in Flagstaff


As 2017 comes to a close, it’s a good time for reflection. Here are my Top 10 reasons to love fall in Flagstaff: Standing in my backyard every morning, shivering, gazing at Agassiz Peak until the sun’s first pink ray finds the summit. Driving into town and seeing the Peaks wrapped in the yellow/gold ribbon […]

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Sherri Monteith

Where Has 2016 Left the Real Estate Market?

After the sun set on 2016, many of us are looking back, reflecting on what the year brought us. Professionally. Personally. Typical hustle and bustle of the holiday season, paired with the reality of winter may leave buying or selling a home way in the back of your mind. Real estate quiets slightly around this […]

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