“For It Is Mary, “Master of the House”, “Head of Her Domain”
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“For It Is Mary, “Master of the House”, “Head of Her Domain”

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Speak to Me© series Marion Edward

New York, NY – July 12, 2010 – (RealEstateRama) — She reigns amid statuesque saguaro stands dominating the North Phoenix rolling hills landscape, a petite fireball advocating smart downsizing for prospective clients who appreciate Arizona lifestyle options emerging with momentary economic incentives. Mary knows. Multi-million dollar producer of Arizona residential real estate, Mary enthusiastically welcomes those seizing the moment to recreate their lives by investing, and occasionally expanding or downsizing, in Arizona’s magnificent Sonoran desert vistas of homes and land in North Phoenix. Mary enjoys it so much she lives there. She’s rooted her family in the community of Vistancia where daily hikes typically end work days. Privacy, tranquility and state-of-the-art residences complement exquisite environs in a neighborhood boasting conveniences “to which she’s accustomed”.

“It’s all about choice and value NOW,” says Mary. “Prices and mortgage rates are low; options abound. Plus, thanks to new, stricter financing rules on government-backed loans, qualified buyers face less competition!” Mary considers these “deals of a lifetime”. Discriminating clients note the Arizona purchase comes with the additional amenity of incomparable lifestyle. Whether single, married, young family, empty nester or Encore Client™ (her term for “seniors”), Mary insists: “You can have your heart’s desire! The challenge is knowing what you want.”

Mary recommends client confine searches to finished developments and those in which the developer is not the major owner. “As a licensed real estate agent, this is part of the value proposition I bring to the table. I take pride in sharing options for financial health with clients. Long time resident of the State of Arizona, Mary has worked in the real estate arena for 25+ years. A literate service professional, Mary handily advises clients on licensed contractors, supply houses, permits, taxes and/or related fees.”

“A home needs to be a comfortable investment,” continues Mary. “It’s best to lay your cards on the table so as not to be surprised or unprepared by unanticipated expenses.”

Energy rebates are another popular feature for consideration. At the moment, these are occasionally conditioned by federal requirements and/or individual energy company allocations. “I assist clients to do the math. Particularly, in our desert climate, you can save energy without spending a lot when you are aware of relevant options,” states Mary. “Buyers might even justify an appliance upgrade with cost savings on their thermostats!”

The time to strike is now. Value investing is all about buying real estate priced below what it’s really worth, and this strategy makes sense at the moment. Discounts are available along with federal incentives. It’s good news for buyers in our down economy.

Media Note: For further information, contact Mary Maloney: specialagentMary (at) cox (dot) net; 602-301-3365.

Speak to Me© series Marion Edward

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Maureen Herron is Executive Director of MH-Global Communications Network, a full-service marketing, communications and public relations business specializing in the environment/sustainability initiatives, tourism, the arts, health/wellness, education and business at the local, state, national and international levels.  A seasoned educator, marketing and communications professional, Herron is a long-time resident of the State of Arizona. Boutique representation for clientele representative of the hospitality industry currently includes international property management and marketing, food and beverage and editorial venues Clients include: Investors Hospitality Management,James Ratliff Gallery, The Creative Spark, Cartus Worldwide, International Institute of Modern Butlers, Lanning Gallery, Turquoise Tortoise Gallery, Association of Travel Marketing Executives, Foothills Food Bank.  She assisted Eleven Wireless with the launching of its newest product, ElevenBC, at the International Hotel Motel & Restaurant Show in New York City.

Herron serves as Editor of the IHM’s Journal of Stewardship with Sustainability™ and member of Hospitality Performance’s Portfolio of Partners as well as inaugural member of IHM’s Global Alliance of Stewardship with Sustainability.

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Maureen Herron
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Phone: 623-580-9590

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