real estate trends: Defining Debt - 09/27/09 04:15 PM
Someone once told me that having debt makes a person more responsible.  He felt that by increasing your debt you become more motivated to work and therefore are driven to succeed.  The larger the amount of debt you accumulate, the greater your chances for success.  He used the term debt lightly without defining the purpose.  Is debt  used for a personal or business neccessity or for a luxury item?  He continued to explain that the purpose we work is to provide perks, otherwise, there would be no purpose in getting out of bed in the morning.
I plan to get out of bed … (3 comments)

real estate trends: Candy Reels Them In! . . . The Rest of the Story! - 10/28/07 04:10 PM
I held an Open House today in a condominium complex in an highly trafficed upscale neighborhood of Scottsdale, Arizona.  Thinking Sunday afternoon was prime time, I had high expectations of drawing a crowd. To my dissmal dissappointment I only had one neighbor stop by.  He was one of the original owners, mind you these units were built in 1964.  Every neighborhood has one of these guys.  He stopped by to chew the fat, eat all the candy out of my candydish and clue me in on the real estate market trends.  First off, I had the property priced way to high (the seller dropped … (6 comments)

 
Barb Merrill, GRI, Associate Broker (Cactus Mountain Properties, LLC)

Barb Merrill

GRI, Associate Broker

Tempe, AZ

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Cactus Mountain Properties, LLC

Address: Tempe, AZ, 85284

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Keeping well-educated on current market trends and issues is the best service I can give my clients. Whether a 1st time home buyer, a life change relocation, a 2nd home purchase or a seller which deserves the very best in negotiating skills enhanced by the information gained through blogging. The thriving economic enviroment of Arizona along with affordable housing is a welcoming home for everyone. This is what motivates me to provide excellence in the residential real estate field.


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