RISMEDIA, May 22, 2007-Over the past few years the Phoenix housing market has experienced dramatic changes, including the addition of Avalar Real Estate and Mortgage Network. Located in the heart of the American Southwest, Arizona is one of the fastest-growing parts of the country.
Recently Arizona has seen a population surge as more people move into the area from California and surrounding states. Consequently investors are taking notice and new businesses are creating more jobs and fueling the local economy.
According to Avalar Real Estate, the population of the greater Phoenix area has increased 39% since 1997 and will soon reach 4 million. This has created quite a growth in urban sprawl, with many comparing Phoenix’s expansion to that of Los Angeles 20 years ago. If this comparison turns out to be true, the value of real estate in Phoenix may skyrocket.
To meet the growing demand, Avalar currently has five offices in the state of Arizona, one in Mesa, one in Prescott and three in the Scottsdale market.
In 2004 the first Avalar franchise in Arizona, Avalar Real Estate, was opened by Bob Snyder in Prescott. Shortly thereafter Wade Denman opened his first office, Avalar Real Estate & Mortgage Network, DRG in Mesa. Wade’s second office will open soon in the Scottsdale market, where he will be alongside two other Avalar offices: Avalar Real Estate of Arizona, owned by Dan Puccini, and Prima Mortgage Lending, owned by Rod Leimbach and Cindy Gagea.
According to Avalar, these five had been successfully operating independent real estate offices in Arizona for years; however like many business owners, they all had goals to bring their businesses to new heights. According to the company, they decided to join Avalar based upon: the Path to Success® residual income sharing program, the agent-driven philosophy and focus on agent recruiting and retention, along with the desire to provide continuous support and training.
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