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By Jon R. Cooper | Agent in 85253

Phoenix area's biggest real-estate deals last week--September 21, 2011

A New York attorney and radio talk-show host; an obstetrician-gynecologist; the president of a highway-construction company in Alberta, Canada; the president of an automotive group in Alberta; a cardiovascular and thoracic surgeon; and a family practitioner are among the buyers and sellers in this week's Done Deals.


Harris Jacobs bought a new home at the Casitas at Silverleaf in Scottsdale. The home was sold by Charles Scott Edmunds as president of the Casitas at Silverleaf LLC in Scottsdale.


Steven Glickstein and his wife, Nancy Pristine, paid cash for a 5,004-square-foot home built in 1999 on the eastern side of the Camelback Golf Club in Paradise Valley. Glickstein, an attorney, is a partner at Kaye Scholer in New York and chairman of the product-liability and counseling department.

Pristine is an author, a certified life coach, a neurolinguistic practitioner, motivational speaker and radio talk-show host. The home was sold by Dr. David Marshall Cooperman and Martha Eliva Cooperman as trustees of Cooperman Joint Revocable Trust. David practices obstetrics and gynecology in the Valley. Martha is a real-estate agent in the East Valley.


Darren Myshak and his wife, Cheryl, purchased a 4,910-square-foot home with 600-square-foot pool originally built in 1999 on the greens of the Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale. Darren is president of Muskeg Construction Ltd., a road-building and maintenance contractor in Spruce Grove, Alberta. The home was sold by Thomas Tait as trustee of the Ritter Family Trust.


Steven Itzcovitch paid cash for a 7,200-square-foot home with pool originally built in 2001 at the exclusive, gated Biltmore Mountain Estates in Phoenix. Itzcovitch is president of Hyatt Automotive Group, which runs six dealerships in Calgary, Alberta. He has purchased several properties around the Valley in recent years.

The most recent before this was a 7,087-square-foot home at Double Tree Acres in Paradise Valley last May for $2.61 million in cash. This latest home was sold by Bank of America, successor in interest to United States Trust Co. of New York and UST Mortgage Co.


Dr. Chandrahas B. Patel and his wife, Trupti, bought a four-bedroom, 4 1/2-bath, 5,072-square-foot home with 600-square-foot pool originally built in 2004 on the greens of the Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale. Chandrahas practices cardiovascular and thoracic surgery in the Valley. His wife, Dr. Trupti Patel, practices family medicine. The home was sold by Tod and Tammi Smith. Tod is a partner at Deloitte Tax LLP.

Researched by John McLean and the Information Market.

Read more: http://www.azcentral.com/business/realestate/articles/2011/09/20/20110920phoenix-area-biggest-real-estate-deals-0921.html#ixzz1YjDjvyVa

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