Associate Broker, GRI, SFR, CSSPE, MRES
Do all the good you can. . . As long as ever you can. John Wesley
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October 30, 2019
Avoid poisonous holiday plants, such as mistletoe and holly. Improperly-covered extension cords pose electrical shock risks for chewing dogs. An estim...
Trick or Treat, the Dog is Freaked! Keep your dog in the house.
Watch out for decorations that pose a safety risk. The American Kennel Club reports...
September 15, 2017
Exercise your dog regularly and provide plenty of attention. Added stress may to turn into pent up energy which, according to the Animal Humane Societ...
August 29, 2017
I'm speaking about managing your budget and squeezing every cent out of what you're doing already...cash back, rewards.
September 27, 2016
One thing’s for sure. We love our pets, and they love us back.
If you’ve seen my profile photo in a real estate forum, you know I’m the gorgeous girl...
August 18, 2016
I'm keeping this post short, my inspiration coming from a Q&A forum about the subject...
While everyone is out to save a buck and most would agree "pul...
May 31, 2016
HOA's (Home Owner Associations) are often a four-letter word in real estate. We "love" them. We "hate" them.
The exclusivity o...
March 22, 2016
This is a true story…
Many years ago a couple wanted to buy a bigger house in an area they knew and loved. Their parameters were tight in terms of loc...
Tips for Making Moving Day a Breeze When you Have Dogs to Please
Trick or Treat, The Dog is Freaked
Keep Your Dog Safe With These Home Winterization Tips
Make Your Money Work
Showing a Home With Pets
DIY Landlords in AZ
Arizona Homeowner Associations "You vs. Them"
Worst Clients Ever!
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Arizona Homeowner Associations
DIY Landlords AZ
Funny Real Estate Story
Halloween Safety Tips
Moving Day with Dogs
Selling homes with pets
Showing a home with pets
dog safety tips for the holidays
preventable dog tragedies