Lotsa Phone Action...

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Real Estate Broker Owner with Rox Real Estate

...sometimes a good thing.

 

It's not like I don't have anything to do these days…nothing transactional, of course, but it is tax time, we are still very active in SFR foreclosure buy/fix/flips (I hate that term, but…), and I'm spending lotsa time extending our business group's web marketing umbrella, growing existing businesses based on web-generated leads, and also starting new businesses that complement the existing ones. Whew...

My point is that I have spent the last hour or so discussing commercial comps and deals with two appraisers and one broker, bam-bam-bam, just like that, one after the other, in lockstep (kinda almost forgot how to do that!)...and all four calls (yup - just got another one) were about property in the same area of town. Yeah, the appraiser conversations were not necessarily about new deals, but the broker convo sure was. Coincidence? I dunno...but just as soon as I get really used to non-transactional pursuits the deals will start happening again. Mark my words.

That reminds me: we actually closed a sale of a small commercial piece of land the other day...to a user who wants to locate his business there and has the cash to do it! Will wonders never cease?

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Rock Earle is principal and designated broker of ROX REAL ESTATE, a diversified residential and commercial real estate brokerage in Arizona’s Golden Corridor (the area of Pinal County between Phoenix and Tucson centered on Casa Grande and including Maricopa, Florence, Queen Creek, San Tan, Coolidge, Eloy, Arizona City and Marana)

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No, they won't.  Hope you get a lot of referral action and new jobs from your client!

February 10, 2011 07:55 PM
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Hi Rock - We all do so much PR work to promote our business.  A necessary evil.

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A discussion of current real estate trends and issues in Arizona's Golden Corridor (Pinal County, the fast-growing area between Phoenix and Tucson, centered on Casa Grande), including day-to-day market and brokerage business concerns as well as macro-economic factors affecting the area.