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Sledding in FlagstaffSome thoughts on Flagstaff neighborhoods this season

It’s often said that the three most important factors in real estate are: Location, location, and location. One of the cardinal rules of real estate sales is to “know your product.” Put those together and it’s apparent that when you’re buying a Flagstaff home you’ll want an agent who knows Flagstaff.

Because of my years selling Flagstaff real estate, I can honestly say that I know the neighborhoods around town “just like my own.”  The rest of the Elite Team at RE/MAX Peak Properties is just as knowledgeable — Eric Davis and Jessica Garard are both Flagstaff natives and have been selling Flagstaff real estate for years.

To get started, if you want to know about a Flagstaff neighborhood, whether it’s your own, or another, please visit our web site at www.BestFlagstaffHomes.com and look at Flagstaff neighborhood descriptions, recent Flagstaff home sales, and Flagstaff homes for sale.

If you were interested in the Coconino Estates neighborhood, you might like to know that this time of year, the neighbors place luminaria and that folks from all over town gather to walk the neighborhood and enjoy the lights. If you like to snowshoe through the pines, you’ll want to know which Flagstaff neighborhoods have quick and easy access to forest trails. If you’re a skier, you’ll want to be close to routes to the Arizona Snowbowl and Flagstaff Nordic Center.

Whatever your interests, we can help you find the right neighborhood to buy your Flagstaff home. Contact us: Elite Team at RE/MAX Peak Properties.

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