Many people don’t know it, but Realty Executives, an international company, has local roots. Founded in 1965 by a Scottsdale Realtor® named Dale Rector who would recruit top performers with the best reputations, values and service. From the very beginning, the bar was set very high. People had to meet the highest ethical standards because the company’s reputation would be built on every transaction. Today, Realty Executives has offices in every corner of the globe. But none are more important than right here in Northern Arizona.
I covered a full range of real estate and management positions, including operating officer and owner of some the largest real estate operations in the nation. But I always wanted to be my own boss. That’s why in 2005 I made the decision to acquire Realty Executives Northern Arizona. At the time, the company had 79 Executives and 3 offices. Today, it has expanded into 10 outlets with 130 Executives and growing with investment into the company’s technology. The Realty Executives brand is our company’s most valuable asset. It has taken many years of hard work and careful planning, which resonates with customers to build trust and increase the effectiveness of our Executives.
Through our website at realtyexecutivesaz.com, clients can access every home for sale in Prescott, Prescott Valley, Mayer, Dewey, Chino Valley, Black Canyon City, Rock Springs, Sedona, Cottonwood, Camp Verde, Verde Valley, Payson, Happy Jack, Yarnell and all other towns in Arizona.
Your home is probably the biggest investment you’ll ever make, so picking the right Realtor is of paramount importance. I’m proud that many people trust Realty Executives of Northern Arizona to provide everything you need to make the right decision.
- Bill Orielly’s “Killing Patton”
Favorite Movies of All Time
- “12 O’Clock High”
- All the Star Wars Movies – Old & New!
What I Do For Fun
- Love to Golf and here’s a great course: http://theclubatprescottlakes.com/home/
- Mountain biking for the challenge of reaching the top!
“Seek first to understand, then to be understood.”-Stephen Covey