Welcome To Scottsdale
My name is Alice Proski and I welcome you to my Scottsdale Real Estate website. If you are looking to relocate to Scottsdale, a 2nd home in Scottsdale or our neighboring communities, I would like the opportunity to help you find just the right home.
We are in a great market and now is a good time to buy or sell. I have the experience and credentials with many years of happy clients. What is more important is the service that I will provide you as you are always #1. I can provide excellent references in all price levels in the Scottsdale Real Estate market and treat every client with million dollar service. Call me anytime to set up a personal appointment.
Due to an unparalleled commitment to providing outstanding customer service as a Scottsdale REALTOR assisting with home sales and property purchases, many satisfied customers have submitted letters of thanks and some greatly appreciated reviews regarding my Maricopa County real estate services.
I would like to share some with you — Client Raves! No pressure, just good old fashioned service. Alice Proski (602) 620-2168.
By Alice Proski March 27, 2015
Expansions at two major shopping malls, new corporate offices and high-end urban housing are among several major Scottsdale development projects scheduled to open this year, providing a boost to the city’s already-robust shopping, dining and employment sectors. Post-recession construction has ramped up across the city, a fact made evident by the increasingly-familiar sight of cranes, scaffolding and wood-framing at work sites from Old Town to the Scottsdale Airpark. Here’s a look at five new projects expected to have an impact on the city’s economy in 2015: 1. Scottsdale Fashion Square expansion. Arizona’s largest shopping center and one of the 20 biggest in the U.S., according to data from esri.com, is set to grow again this year with a new movie […]
By Alice Proski March 6, 2015
Gilbert’s continued expansion has grown in tandem with its reputation as a friendly place for families to live. Time Inc.’s Money magazine ranked Gilbert the best place to live in Arizona and the 22nd-best place to live in America. The study, released Sept. 19, evaluated all 781 cities with populations between 50,000 and 300,000, analyzing factors like jobs, housing, education and health care. Gilbert is the only Arizona municipality in the top 50. “It wasn’t a surprise,” said Gilbert Parks and Recreation director Rod Buchanan. “We went from No. 33 to 22 this year, so we climbed 11 spots.” The report listed Gilbert as the second-most populated. Only Irvine, Calif., ranked 14th, is larger. The 2013 US Census Bureau population […]
By Alice Proski March 6, 2015
The iconic Luhrs City Center in downtown Phoenix will soon be home to some of the most promising startup companies thanks to a new partnership with Tallwave. The technology and innovation hub of downtown Phoenix was announced today by Hansji Corp., owners of the revitalized historic block. Hansji partnered with Tallwave, the Scottsdale-based venture development firm, and it’s High Tide national startup commercialization program. High Tide at Luhrs City Center will be launched with the partnership, and will give chosen entrepreneurs the ability to build their products and take them to market faster. Article courtesy of Hayley Ringle, Reporter- Phoenix Business Journal
By Alice Proski October 27, 2014
Arizona as a whole is one of the 10 most tax-friendly states for retirees, according to Kiplinger. As the number of retirees climbs nationwide, people beginning a new stage of life might want to consider living in the West Valley. Long known for communities like Sun City and Sun City West, other parts of the West Valley are attracting attention as options for retirees. Peoria and Glendale recently were ranked in the top-50 best places to retire in the country, with Peoria coming in at No. 10. The cities were among nine in Arizona on the list created by WalletHub, a financial-planning website for consumers and small-business owners. The 150 largest cities in the U.S. were analyzed and rated based […]
By Alice Proski October 24, 2014
The housing market is expected to heat up this fall, despite buyers showing greater signs of being conservative in their home purchases. Bankrate.com recently highlighted some of the following trends to watch this fall in the nation’s real estate market: 1. An overall pick up in housing activity. Low inventories of homes for sale in many markets have been blamed for cooling the summer months more than expected. However, more inventories are hitting U.S. markets, which could unleash some pent-up demand among buyers. At the end of August, housing inventory was at 2.31 million existing homes available for sale, which represents a 5.5-month supply of homes, according to the National Association of REALTORS®. That’s 4.5 percent higher than a year […]