Wednesday, January 24, 2007


Christina Vanoverbeke recently reported in the Tribune that some East Valley residents are turning to lofts and high rises instead of the sprawl that has dominated the Valley for decades. My sales agents and I specialize in finding homes for just such buyers. I sold a Hayden Ferry condo to a great couple who currently lives in Fountain Hills. He's an airline pilot and she works at ASU. They love the idea of trading in the long commute for spending time together in and around Tempe. Another couple relocating from the mid-west will be calling Hayden Ferry home in about twelve months. She too works for ASU and they want to live close to work and the wonderful community that Mill Avenue has cultivated. My wife and I live in a high rise condo near mid-town Phoenix and we love being minutes from Durants, Fez, Zest, Barrio Cafe and other fantastic restaurants. I'm telling you when that light rail is completed life is going to pop along that route!!!


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