Prescott in Winter

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Real Estate Agent with Nextage Realty Professionals SA629112000

Winter is almost here.  Winter always proves to be a challenging time for Realtors.  The influx of out-of- towners  goes down considerably.  On top of that, colder temperatures discourage people searching for homes.  So, what do we do as Realtors to keep things moving?  I am hiding in a closet till at least March.  No, not really.  I am doing what I always do, sell Prescott.  Prescott in winter is just as beautiful as summer or spring.  And nothing compares to the festivals in Prescott during the winter holidays.  Check out http://www.prescott.com/calendar for winter events in Prescott.  

Prescott, AZ winter 07'

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Jerry Cecil of Jerry Cecil PLLC

Nextage Realty Professionals

143 N McCormick St #205

Prescott, AZ

jcecil@cableone.net e-mail

928-443-8893 office

928-710-8656 cell

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Jerry, what a gorgeous picture.  I love Arizona, one of my favorite places to vacation.

Feb 23, 2011 12:52 AM #1
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WOW that is unusual and must have been at a higher elevation!

Vegas Bob ;o)

Feb 23, 2011 12:55 AM #2
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The picture was taken taken about 4 miles outside of Prescott at an elevation of 5,100 feet.  Prescott sits at 5,300 feet.  Prescott gets about 30" of snow per season.  It doesn't last very long.  Just long enough to play in then it goes away before it becomes annoying

Feb 23, 2011 11:24 AM #3
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John Mosier
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Nice picture and a good post Jerry. Keep up the good work!dur

Feb 24, 2011 12:56 AM #4
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Beth Larsen
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Jerry, you definitely do get much more snow than we do here in the Sedona area, but I have to admit it's pretty in the tall pines of Prescott.

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Jerry, I have several friends moving to Arizona the lower areas, this looks very appealing to me being from Arizona. Thanks for the link.

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