Keller Williams, 72SOLD form strategic partnership

Keller Williams, 72SOLD form strategic partnership

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Keller Williams, 72SOLD form strategic partnership


Keller Williams, the world’s largest real estate franchise by agent count, has entered a strategic partnership with 72SOLD, the leading home selling program in America.

Founded by Greg Hague, an Arizona-based attorney and real estate broker, 72SOLD has an advanced home sale process that is more convenient for sellers, increases their sale price and provides more control over closing and move dates.

Through the partnership, Keller Williams agents across the U.S. and its international regions will gain access to the 72SOLD program.

“We’re excited to partner with Greg and the 72SOLD team, which has systematized a home sale model that delivers, driving a powerful experience and strong results for home sellers,” said Gary Keller, executive chairman, kwx, an integrated home experience company. “With this partnership, our agents have the opportunity to further scale and fuel their success.”

Since 2020, more than 8,900 homes have been sold using the 72SOLD program. On average, sellers who used this program had a median sale price 10.9% above the MLS median, according to 72SOLD.

“Partnering with Gary and Keller Williams is the opportunity you dream for,” said Greg Hague, founder, 72SOLD. “We currently dominate the Phoenix, Arizona market and the demand for 72SOLD services has expanded rapidly across Arizona and a multitude of U.S. states.”

“And, to fully embrace opportunity, we’re partnered with KW to rapidly scale our offering across the globe,” said Hague.

72SOLD is headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona, and its services are available to consumers to date through more than 500 local cross-industry real estate agents in 38 U.S. states.

Austin, Texas-based Keller Williams has more than 1,100 offices and 200,000 associates. The franchise is also No. 1 in units and sales volume in the United States.

Since 1983, the company has cultivated an agent-centric, technology-driven and education-based culture that rewards agents as stakeholders.


72SOLD developed a new, more advanced way to sell a home that maximizes competition among buyers and creates an atmosphere of scarcity, fear of loss and opportunity to enhance a home’s sale price over the traditional method. The program also eliminates the inconvenience of daily showings, and gives sellers more control over their closing and move dates. 72SOLD’s home selling program has been featured on ABC, CBS, and NBC News, showcased in Forbes and received several U.S. trademarks.


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4 Tips for a New Homeowner

4 Tips for a New Homeowner

4 Tips for a New Homeowner


Oftentimes, the excitement of becoming a new homeowner results in a person losing a bit of focus on some important issues surrounding early days in a new residence. This is a perfectly understandable situation. In the end, owning a home is a significant personal achievement and likely the most important financial investment a person makes during the course of a lifetime. As a result, there are four tips a new homeowner needs to bear in mind.


Don’t Break the Bank to Personalize the Premises

When you move into a new home say in Scottsdale, you naturally may want to make changes to the property. This is likely the case even if you move into a new build. This natural tendency can result in unnecessary and even dangerous overspending.

By the time you take occupancy of a residence, you’ve already spent money on a down payment and other expenses. You likely are not in a financial position that you can embark on a course of additional significant spending.

Thus, you need to pay close attention to the bottom line when it comes to a desire to personalize and make changes to your new home. You can personalize and make alterations to your home over time and in increments.


Stay on Top of Vital Maintenance

Although you need to maintain some control over personalization and improvements when you initially move into a new residence, you cannot ignore maintenance issues. If you’ve rented in the past, you no loner have a landlord or property manager that is responsible for tending to maintenance issues. You need to make certain that you include money in your monthly budget to be set aside for use when a maintenance issue arises.


Hire Experienced Contractors

Unless you are an experienced “do-it-yourselfer,” don’t embark on home improvement projects on your own and without the assistance of experienced, qualified contractors. Shop around and get multiple estimates for a project; you will find that there can be significant price differences from one contractor to another for the same work. You will also want to undertake thorough due diligence to ensure that a particular contractor is duly licensed, bonded, and insured.


Seek Professional Tax Assistance

Your tax situation changes when you become a homeowner. As a consequence, you should seriously consider engaging the services of a tax preparation specialist to assist you with your tax return after you do become a homeowner.

3 New Downtown Phoenix Developments

3 New Downtown Phoenix Developments

The Phoenix housing market is booming right now. In the past year, home values have increased by 7.5%, and they’re predicted to rise by a further 5.4% over the coming year. As a result, an increasing number of individuals are flocking to the city and it’s now the 5th most populous city in the whole country. This has led to Downtown Phoenix primarily focusing on developing affordable housing for the nation. But which new developments promise to offer Downtown Phoenix habitants the most for their money?

Broadstone Roosevelt Row

One of Downtown Phoenix’s newest developments is Broadstone Roosevelt Row. The development consists of more than 300 apartments which sell for an average of $266,000 each or can be rented for between $1,400 and $1,800. Each unit benefits from its own balcony, air conditioning, granite countertops, and walk-in closets among other things. And even if you’re an existing Downtown Phoenix homeowner you can benefit from such amenities. By tapping into the equity in your home, you’ll have access to the funds required to upgrade your existing property. Meanwhile, older homeowners can utilize a reverse mortgage to get their hands on the cash. This is ideal if you’ve just moved into a property in the area or you’re wanting to increase the value of your home before putting it on the market.

The Stewart

Situated along Central Avenue, The Stewart is an impressive 19-story family complex, consisting of luxury studio, 1-bed, and 2-bed apartments. Each apartment is packed full of modern features, including quartz countertops, energy-efficient expansive windows, ceiling fans, and pendant lighting. Meanwhile, the onsite amenities include a rooftop pool, skyline views, and a fitness center. The Stewart officially opened on May, 22 and interested parties can expect to pay upwards of $1,400 per month to rent one of the development’s elusive apartments.

Block 23

Unlike The Stewart, Block 23 is still undergoing development and is set for completion by the end of 2019. The development will consist of around 330 apartments, with parking, offices, restaurant, and a grocery store set to complete the construction. There’s no word as of yet regarding how much apartments in Block 23 will go for, although it’s fair to say that they’ll fall within the Phoenix average of between $1,275 and $1,482.

The new developments going up in Downtown Phoenix have created a whole host of new accommodation options for locals. And while these exciting new apartments are great for the local housing market, it’s important to note that there are other great properties in the area which should be considered too.

If you are looking for a loft in the Phoenix area Andrew with The Holm Group is here to assist you. Feel free to call at 480-206-4265 with any questions. The Holm Grouprepresents both buyers and sellers throughout Phoenix and the surrounding cities. Whether it’s a loft, custom home, luxury home, or a single family home you can rely on The Holm Group to ensure a smooth and successful transaction. Remove the stress from buying or selling and let The Holm Group assist you today.

TPC Scottsdale Golf Club


Playing golf at the site of the annual Waste Management Phoenix Open, one of the PGA Tour’s longest-running events, has plenty of appeal, but even without that distinction, the Stadium Course stands as one of the best daily-fee layouts in Arizona. Designed by Tom Weiskopf and Jay Morrish, and tweaked by Weiskopf several times since, it generally is regard as No. 2 among the 29 courses in the tour’s TPC chain, behind the signature TPC Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra, Fla., which hosts the Players Championship. The Stadium Course opened in 1986 and offers a stern test on the front nine and a thrill ride on the back nine, especially the four finishing holes, which have set the stage for plenty of dramatics in tour events. Their risk-reward nature has proven to be a make-or-break challenge for several prominent pros. The Champions Course, which received a makeover in 2007, isn’t nearly as prominent, but stands as one of Scottsdale’s best golf values. Sometimes, the two are paired together for a reasonably priced 36-hole day.

If you are looking for a home in Scottsdale area, The Holm Group is here to assist you. The Holm Group represents both buyers and sellers throughout the Scottsdale area and surrounding communities.

Call Andrew @ The Holm Group Today at 480-206-4265