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Moving in Phoenix : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Jul 2, 2014
Steffy Hristova answered:
Mon Jun 9, 2014
Tony Tramontozzi answered:
Hey Adam,

Finding the right place can sometimes be difficult but my company can take the stress out of it. Our foundation was built around locating the right home for you. We can locate an apartment that is both affordable and nice! Our service is free but the help we provide to you is priceless. Please check out our website at www.AzHousingExperts.com and give us a call when you are ready.

Regards,

Tony Tramontozzi
Arizona Housing Experts
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Thu Jan 30, 2014
Jennie Miller, Pllc answered:
What are the criteria that you have for your new home?
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Tue Jan 21, 2014
Bridget Teague answered:
All of the comments made so far are great! Yes, it will always depend on how you feel when you visit the schools that your child(ren) will attend. As a parent myself, it is always nice to get great feedback on certain school districts, but it's even more rewarding when I visit a school and am welcomed nicely by the staff...each and every time. Tempe School Districts are amazing...look at "Kyrene School District"...another up and coming school district that is getting some great reviews is Queen Creek School District. The elementary and high school especially are noted with the department of education as being great schools for athletics and academics. Hope this helps! Good luck! ... more
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Thu Jan 16, 2014
Tracey Swift answered:
Phoenix is a very spread out city and each neighborhood has it's own personality. Some areas have new developments and other areas are historic neighborhoods. Shopping is to be found all around the Valley from large malls to small quaint shops. Downtown Phoenix has great museums, Symphony Hall, and other cultural venues as well as sporting events. Central Phoenix has some really great restaurants and a variety of architectural styles.

Based upon your earlier responses it sounds like North East or North Central Phoenix might work. I relocated from the Northeast and I work frequently with people who relocate to the Phoenix area. I specialize in North Central, Northeast Phoenix and Scottsdale. I am from that neighborhood and can share with you more information and assist you with your search. Please contact me if you are interested.

Tracey Swift, REALTOR
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage
480-599-7746
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Wed Sep 5, 2012
cheungfang answered:
Hello Yoana,
Please try to be specific on your questions, so as to be easy to understand the anwser to give you.
Good luck...
Cheung Fang
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Mon Aug 27, 2012
Angie Rahney answered:
The 'biggest bang for your buck' you will find in the West Valley - rental and purchase alike. Ten years ago, it was the best kept secret and now has grown into a buzzing mix of everything: metropolitan and small towns; shopping, entertainment, all ages, and employers.




Angie Rahney
Angie's Realty
West Valley, Phoenix, AZ
angie@angiesrealty.com
602-318-2521
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Sun Aug 26, 2012
Jennie Miller, Pllc answered:
Mon Aug 13, 2012
Esagal88 answered:
Thank you guys very much! This helped a bunch. We're not looking to live a lavish lifestyle at first. Just trying to go for a cheaper 1 bedroom apartment to start off so that we will be able to spend more on furniture and housewares. I appreciate the responses and all of your advice. :) ... more
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