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Scottsdale’s Favorite Tasting Room

Aridus What makes the Aridus tasting room a local favorite? The relaxed atmosphere where the members feel like family, make for the perfect setting to sip on a glass of wine. When you know about the wine membership, it is a no-brainer. Being a member includes free tastings, exclusive new releases, access to the members’ only…

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Stage Your Living Room like an Interior Designer, by Paige Lewis

Paige Lewis of Paige Lewis Designs is a highly sought after interior designer in Phoenix, Arizona. Paige has been featured in several notable publications and was named Brizo’s Designer of the Year, Arizona North. Check out her portfolio on PaigeLewisDesigns.com The furniture should be placed in such a way as to visually show how the furniture…

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Upsizing Your Home

Most people associate ‘significant transitions’ involving their homes with the need to “downsize.” However, it’s equally as significant when more space is needed that requires “upsizing” your home. No matter the reason for upsizing, it creates a pivotal moment for those involved. For the sake of clarity, “upsizing” means buying a home with more space, larger rooms, or even…

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Back-to-School Home Facelift

Back-to-school means it’s time for your home to get a FACE-LIFT! Make your home more #homework and #kid-friendly while everyone is getting back into the groove of class and after-school sports.   Your entry way can be made into a mud room that will be sure to maximize storage and organization. A #mud room is…

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One Lexington

One Lexington stands tall over the hustle and bustle of Central Avenue in Midtown Phoenix. This monumental high-rise is walking distance from Park Central mall, which is currently being re-developed into a mixed use office and retail space, the light rail and plenty of main attractions.   See Details Here Did you know? One Lexington…

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How much money, time and talent do you have for maintenance?

First-time homebuyers may not have the confidence or experience to take on the upkeep of a single-family home. A condo can be a good fit for new homebuyers because HOA fees, which are paid by all the owners, pay for maintenance and repairs in all common areas. Sharing costs is often easier for first-time homebuyers,…

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The Process of Buying a Home

If you are buying a home, its important that you share your expectations with your REALTOR from the get-go, but in the event that you don’t know what to expect, let me shed some light on the process. There are a dizzying amount of steps to take to successfully purchase a home: the offer process,…

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Historic Homes vs New-Builds

When you buy a home, there are a dizzying amount of choices to make. A major one to consider is whether a new home or a historic home is right for you. There are plenty of pros and cons to consider: Historic Homes: The Pros Larger yard: Years ago, when land was cheaper, builders built…

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A Few Millennial Myths About Purchasing Real Estate

To most Millennials, buying a home seems unattainable for a variety of reasons. The truth is that most of these reasons, are mythical and outdated concepts that should be put to rest. While it’s normal to have concerns about purchasing a home, it’s essential to have all of the facts, in order to ensure that…

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