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 September 16, 2014
You’ve been in your Gilbert home a few years and things are starting to feel a little tight. When you first moved in you had no children; now you have two. There’s no more spare bedroom for your mother to use when she comes to visit because you converted it to a nursery. It seems like all of your friends and coworkers are moving into newer and bigger Gilbert real estate. Is it time for you to follow suit? Ask yourself the following questions to help you reach a decision. Why do you want a bigger Gilbert home? Think about why you are considering moving to a bigger Gilbert home. Is it because you actually need more space? Do you […]
By Alice Proski September 15, 2014
If you are thinking about making some improvements or renovations to your Scottsdale home, it makes sense to tackle the projects that will give you the most bang for your buck. By investing in certain renovations now, when you sell your home or want to obtain financing, you can get a great return on your investment. To get the maximum ROI for your home renovations in the Scottsdale real estate market, focus on these projects. Windows Replacing windows can be a relatively low-maintenance Scottsdale home improvement project to take on. With the right contractor, it’s a quick project that can pack a lot of punch. How do windows give you a return on your investment? First, if you replace old […]
By Alice Proski August 29, 2014
Columbus, Ohio-based Nationwide Realty Investors wants to develop as much as 3 million square feet of office space and 500,000 square feet of retail space and hotels. The acquisition of the ExxonMobil land at the corner of Pecos and Gilbert roads adds to the 250 acres slated for the Rivulon development. Maricopa County Assessor’s Office documents show ExxonMobil claimed the parcel to Nationwide for $10. The oil giant previously sold some other land at the development, according to the Vizzda.com real estate information service. The project is off Loop 202 in the East Valley. Wellness company Isagenix International LLC is slated to occupy a three-story, 150,000-square-foot office building. A 125,000-square-foot speculative office building is also slated for construction, along with […]
By Alice Proski August 28, 2014
Price Increases Continue to Slow Meanwhile, closed sales, pending sales and active listings have all decreased for the past four months. Historically, closed sales have dropped in July from June since 2009. This July, though, saw the fewest number of sales in July since July 2008. July Market Statistics Year-Over-Year Median home prices increased by 4.8% year-over-year to $220,000 from $210,000. The average home sales price rose by 3.7% year-over-year to $276,727 from $266,814. Home sales fell by 15.5% year-over-year to 5,253 from 6,213. Total inventory* rose 15.4% year-over-year to 23,667 from 20,512. Sales price vs. list price ratio fell by 1.2% year-over-year to 97.8% from 98.9%. The average days on market rose by 43.4% year-over-year to 60 from 42. […]
By Alice Proski August 28, 2014
FICO recently told lenders their high credit score “cutoffs” were stricter than necessary, and urged lenders to consider lowering minimum score requirements. The changes include reducing the toll that overdue medical bills can take on credit scores, as well as removing other past penalties from consumers who have paid off debts that had been assigned to collection agencies. A consumer whose only major delinquency comes from an unpaid medical bill could see their credit score rise by 25 points due to the changes. The changes come after a recent Consumer Financial Protection Bureau study, which found that both paid and unpaid medical debts were unfairly penalizing consumers’ credit ratings. An estimated 64 million Americans have a medical collection […]