Desert Heritage Real Estate was established in 2005 with a handful of associates and a dream. The founder believed that REALTORS® should be given the opportunity to customize their business and be rewarded accordingly.
We continue to expand the business and marketing plans, combining the original objective of offering the most competitive commission plans available in the market, while linking agent opportunity with an unprecedented training and resource environment for its associates to ensure success in a fiercely competitive field.
Desert Heritage has continued to thrive and grow amid the ever changing market. Our business plan resolves to evolve cautiously, with the recruitment of agents sharing values and purpose complimentary to the company’s vision. Plans to open future offices and expand continuously will ensure a long and successful history for our “Heritage.”
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2015 is going to be an exciting year for home buyers. Builders are back and the West Valley is once again breaking ground! According to Homebuilders Marketing, Inc., an independent firm that collects data and analyzes the housing market, new home sales in the Phoenix area are on the upswing with positive growth expected over… Read more »
Courtesy of White Glove Home Inspections A garbage disposal can be a handy appliance that can make cleaning up the kitchen quicker and easier. But when poorly maintained (or not maintained at all) a garbage disposal is prone to drain clogs and breaking. So what are some best practices when it comes to using a… Read more »
Buyer and seller expectations are rarely the same, especially in an ever changing market. Buyers look for the best deals and Sellers want the highest price for their homes. Really it all evens out if you are selling your home and purchasing a new home in any market. You may get less for your home… Read more »
In response to Catherine Reagor’s article in the Arizona Republic on September 3, 2014, “Buy or Rent, What choice is right for you?” http://www.azcentral.com/story/money/real-estate/catherine-reagor/2014/08/24/phoenix-homeownership-levels-drop/14520313/ – I have a couple of points to suggest when reading her article. First the “article” is more like a point counter point tilted towards renting. She flung stats around with… Read more »
Buckeye, AZ is at the western reaches of the Phoenix metro area. Buckeye has a variety of housing options ranging from family friendly communities to active adult developments. In this article I’m going to highlight two of the latest developments. If you’re from another state and are nostalgic for a small town feel with… Read more »
ESTRELLA – PART 2 Continuing my tour of some of the planned communities in the West Valley outside of Phoenix, Estrella has homes to please just about any budget. There are several developed “neighborhoods” already but some areas are just starting to be developed and even some of the previous ones still have model homes… Read more »
There are many choices for families looking for communities in the greater Phoenix area offering recreation, activities, and beautiful surroundings. Over the next several posts I’ll briefly describe a few of these master planned communities that I recently visited located in the West Valley area. First up: ESTRELLA Estrella is conveniently located off of the… Read more »
Did you know that REALTORS® work strictly on commission and only get paid upon the successful sale of a home? As a buyer’s agent, I must have what is called procuring cause in order to be paid for my time and services. Procuring cause is defined as when a broker’s (agent’s) efforts are the foundation on which… Read more »
I know it sounds a little crazy at first, but you spend so much of your life working, why wouldn’t you journal about it? There’s so much to say, reflect on and learn about your work life/self. If you’re a business owner or decision maker think about what a useful tool this can be. Looking… Read more »
As some of you may know, the Desert Heritage Real Estate office is located in a busy location off the Loop 101 and Thunderbird Road, and bordered by a dry wash that runs along the myriad of businesses in the vicinity. It serves as residence to a vast population of wildlife. We’ve spotted a very… Read more »