Not the closing costs, not the costs that you need to pay when you're in there signing a contract with title and escrow. These fees are the ones some Realtors seem to forget to inform their clients about, then suddenly there is a $500 charge here, and $150 there. What do you need to pay... Continue Reading →
It's not often someone visits a hospital as much as we have in the past few months. But the care and attention the staff here is the best I have ever encountered. The nurses are always close by when you have a question, they are always helping and adjusting, feeding and cleaning, doing all the... Continue Reading →
If you take the US 60 East passing through Mesa AZ, Apache Junction, Gold Canyon, and Just a few minutes later you pass the Florence Junction turn off. You will soon come to the Queen Valley turn off, you will know if you missed the turn if you drive over some RR tracks just a... Continue Reading →
Why you should avoid the agent who doesn't understand social media.
Maybe you have family in town for the holidays and they didn't bring hiking gear? Maybe you are unable to actually hike because of health? Maybe you are just having a lazy day but want to go have a moment of reflection usually held at the end of a hike? I often stumble on... Continue Reading →
Virginia sent me a link to the Lantern Festival and asked if we could go for her Birthday, since it was right before her big day. Unfortunately it was sold out for the day she wanted to go. She was a little sad, but didn't know that they had added another day to the festival... Continue Reading →
Here is a video on OpenDoor and how confusing the numbers can be when you use a company like this to sell your home. It may be quick, but keep in mind the goal of the company is to make money, not to get you the most from your house you can. As a Realtor... Continue Reading →
My wife and I have annual passes to get access to all of the Maricopa County Parks. Since we live in the South East Valley, pretty much at the base of the San Tan Mountain, we decided to make this a weekly hike when the weather is awesome in AZ like now. San Tan Mountain... Continue Reading →