Very professional and knowledge, we found a house that really suits our needs, close to my work and has big backyard for our dogs, thanks to Lisa for helping us. I will recommend her to my friends.
charry ranes May 7, 2021
Lisa is an unbelievable real estate agent & sold our old house & found a new house in just a few days. Lisa actually got more for our old house than the listed price & helped us buy the new house under the sellers listed price.
She is always very positive, energetic & doesn't want to sell you a...
Randall Milnes January 2, 2021
Lisa is the absolute BEST! She is so flexible and always made time for us to see every house on our list. She provided great advice, and made finding a home truly the best experience! We wouldn’t have picked anyone else to help us find our home!
mtkaiden January 2, 2021
Lisa is wonderful to work with! She is very patient and flexible. Was always down to go see a house within a days notice. Once you decided on a home, she goes all in to make sure everything goes well and smoothly for you. She is very responsive via text/call/email and makes sure things get done and...
Jeri Goodin October 18, 2020
Lisa is one of the best agent I’ve came across. She felt like family to us. She got the perfect home for my daughter in Tuscon what a blessing and amazing work she provided!
Thank you Lisa for a fantastic time! XO
jadatawatristan August 7, 2020
Lisa was awesome! We can't thank her enough for the great customer service and her professionalism. We sold our home during the crazy uncertain times, and Lisa used some creative ways to market and sell our home. Lisa also shoveled snow and pulled weeds to ensure our home always looked perfect...
annagonzo June 24, 2020
Phenomenal experience working with Lisa! She is the consummate professional, exhibiting compassion throughout the entire process. As out of state sellers, she went far beyond typical representation, communicating with us every step of the way. She even took care of donations and last minute tasks...
steeleone5 March 17, 2020
When we needed to find a house in the Tucson area, our Realtor in CA sent us to Lisa. She picked me up from the airport and took me around to all of the properties that I had listed. Found the perfect house the same day. Lisa is friendly, knowledgeable, and made the whole process very easy. We...
bordercomms February 22, 2020
Lisa has been a joy to work with. She was diligent in asking questions of the builder to ensure our questions and/or concerns were addressed. She went out of her way to make sure our buying experience was the best it could be from beginning to end. But with Lisa there really is no end because she...
user117671 February 21, 2020
Lisa Dixon was instrumental in helping me find my first rental property. My experience with typical agents is that they set up mls searches and have you contact them if you see anything interesting. Lisa worked hard to actually find properties that met my criteria and showed me many.
The house I...
Lee Hines February 20, 2020
I would highly recommend Lisa.
She is an expert in knowing our market area and her recommendations / suggestions were always on point! I especially appreciated her personality with being available and always responsive.
My home sale process moved along so swift and smoothly that my greatest...
zuser20140718175741275 October 24, 2021
Lisa was very helpful in the process of finding and purchasing our new home. She was always available for questions via phone or text and she was very quick to respond with answers. She also connected us with a realtor in our area who helped us sell our home quickly. After the sale, she has been helpful with referring us to service providers. I highly recommend her for your real-estate needs.
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WHAT MAKES A GREAT REAL ESTATE AGENT FOR BUYERS?
It’s about the relationship. You want an agent who will take the time to get to know you and your family. It’s about your work. It’s about your lifestyle. It’s about working together to find a home to maximize your joy!
The community you choose can have a huge impact on your life – from convenience (airport, grocery, office, schools, parks, restaurants) to school choice to lifestyle interests. These are often the key ingredients for transforming a good living experience into an exceptional one.
You want an agent with enthusiasm. Someone who truly loves architecture and craftsmanship. Someone who always has an eye out for quality, regardless of the style. Someone who delights in matching the perfect home to you!
The ability to see something in a home that might otherwise be overlooked. You want someone who can offer alternatives to an existing layout or design elements – knowing that a few subtle changes could have a huge, positive impact on how you view the home.
Your agent’s job is to give you a truthful assessment of your home. Together, you’ll reach the right expectation. As the seller, you know your home best, and your agent should know the market. Trust in your agent is essential.
Your agent should be up-to-date on best practices in residential real estate, and fully armed with local comparisons. By using the latest technology combined with local knowledge – your agent can best position your home for each potential buyer.
Your agent must help you identify target buyer profiles first. For each profile, your agent must know where they’re likely to look for a home, and how you can rise above competitive properties to get their attention.
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Tucson was founded as a military fort by the Spanish. Tucson is the second most-populated city in Arizona behind Phoenix. The city is 108 miles southeast of Phoenix and 60 mi north of the U.S.–Mexico border. Tucson is the 33rd largest city and the 58th largest metropolitan area in the United States.
Sedona’s main attraction is its array of red sandstone formations. The formations appear to glow in brilliant orange and red when illuminated by the rising or setting sun. The red rocks form a popular backdrop for many activities, ranging from spiritual pursuits to the hundreds of hiking and mountain biking trails.
Prescott has many Victorian style homes. Prescott has 809 buildings on the National Register of Historic Places. The tallest house in North America, Falcon Nest is located in Prescott, on the slope of Thumb Butte. It is also home to the downtown historical area known as Whiskey Row.
Ahwatukee, is an urban village of the City of Phoenix, Arizona bordered on the north by South Mountain Park and Guadalupe Road, on the east by Interstate 10 and the cities of Chandler, Guadalupe, and Tempe, and on the south and west by the Gila River Indian Community. It is the southernmost of the city’s urban villages.
Scottsdale, it’s known for its spa resorts and golf courses, including TPC Scottsdale. Farther north, trails wind through McDowell Sonoran Preserve, a desertscape of hills, rock formations and cacti. Nearby is Taliesin West, architect Frank Lloyd Wright’s former home and studio. Downtown’s Old Town Scottsdale has 1920s buildings and 19th-century olive trees.
Paradise Valley, is a small, affluent town in Maricopa County, Arizona. The town is known for its expensive real estate, luxury golf courses, shopping, and restaurant scene.Despite the town’s relatively small area and population compared to other municipalities in the Phoenix metropolitan area, Paradise Valley is home to eight full service resorts, making it one of Arizona’s premier tourist destinations.
North Central Phoenix, Anything along the old bridle path that runs up Central Avenue north from about Camelback Road past Glendale Avenue is considered prime real estate. There are several older, nice subdivisions, and good schools. The public schools are in the strongly ranked Phoenix school district. The first homes were adobe territorial style, built in the 1930s; building continued until the 1950s. Neighbors take great pride in this ‘hood, and the annual home tour is a popular event.
Arcadia, offers urban dwelling with a rural feel, and it’s 15 minutes or less from the airport and downtown Scottsdale. Bordered by 44th and 68th streets to the west and east, respectively, Camelback Road to the north and the Arizona Crosscut Canal to the south, Arcadia was once home to orange and grapefruit groves. Lots are relatively large and irrigated, dotted with some of those original citrus trees. Arcadia’s streets are wide and the schools in this part of the Scottsdale School District are exceptionally good.
Tempe, near Arizona State University. Maple-Ash, a historic Tempe neighborhood just southwest of Mill Avenue and University, is a funky, fun area with older houses on large, irrigated lots. Maple-Ash has the most varied architecture in the area; homes were built between 1900 and 1950 and range from farm cottage to ranch house. More manageable is University Park, east of Mill, where the homes are a little newer and the lots are larger. Several new condominium complexes have sprouted near ASU.
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