“You miss 100 percent of the shots you never take, and if you think it’s expensive to hire a professional to do the job, wait until you hire an amateur “ AND “The major fortunes in America have been made in land.”- John D. Rockefeller. ARE YOU READY TO SELL OR PURCHASE YOUR LAND OR COMMERCIAL BUILDING IN PHOENIX, SCOTTSDALE, MARICOPA COUNTY AND PINAL COUNTY, ARIZONA, CLICK HERE AND PLEASE CALL ME. 520-975-5207 or email me email@example.com. …. VIEW ALL OF WALTERS LISTINGS. Let me know if you are interested in Apartments: CLICK HERE FOR APARTMENTS FOR SALE
Angela Orlando May 1, 2018
EVEN IN THE HIGHLANDS, that dry Arizona summer can be truly unbearable. It gets hotter and hotter until we literally have a meltdown. No matter how skimpily we dress (and we do), our skin still leaves sweat puddles on anything we touch. There are plenty of ways to escape the miserable inferno and enjoy a proper summer in Arizona, here are just a few.
- Immediately acquire some eegee’s, if you’re lucky enough to be chillin’ in the southern part of the state. It doesn’t matter what the flavor of the month is, these fruity slushies defend you against even the hottest days. Vodka is (mostly) optional.
- Get thee underground. All throughout the state, you can stumble upon — but hopefully not into — some fabulous cave featuring dead megafauna and cool formations. You can even buffet it up in the Grand Canyon Caverns’ deep-seated restaurant, Cavern Grotto.
- Head for the hills. Many of the highest mountain passes are only open during summer months, so might as well drive to the top and take in the crisp (or crispy, post-wildfire) vistas.
- Purchase driving gloves, aka oven mitts. Otherwise, you’ll leave molten hand skin on your steering wheel, and that’s not hot.
- Tube the Salt. Generations of Arizonans and their snowbird guests have gotten their worst-ever sunburn with their butt stuck in an inner tube on what we consider to be an actual river. Or float the Verde River and stop at vineyards for wine tastings along the way.
- Alternatively, hike to a higher elevation hot spring. Seems ironic, but they’re often cooler than the ambient air.
- Consume perhaps too many house margaritas. Order frozen, half-salt. Or hey, just shoot some tequila. And a Tecate. It’s called “denial”… of the oppressive heat.
- Relieve the swelter at a splash pad. Insist that they’re not only for the kiddos. You don’t want to outlive your welcome at your buddy’s pool.
- Grab some kitschy sunglasses at any number of giant truck stops. They grill the best burgers ever, by the way — especially the TTTon the 10.
- Enjoy not having to make reservations at restaurants near the universities. It’s only locals come June.
- Take full advantage of the deep discounts at resorts in Scottsdale. There will be no “No Vacancy” signs in sight.
- Fry an egg on the sidewalk or bake cookies on your dashboard. It’s another novel rite of passage through an Arizona July.
- Mall walk. It sounds just awful but because of exposure warnings and high UV levels, going outside, even in the morning, just isn’t a viable option.
- Pack a midnight picnic, drive about 20 miles out of town, and watch the predictable Perseids meteor showers streak starlight across mid-August night skies.
- Praise and savor the monsoons. The reprieve they provide is temporary, but they reinvigorate the desert, put on an incredible sky show, and replenish our souls, offering hope that there is light at the end of the Hades summer.
ARE YOU READY TO SELL OR PURCHASE YOUR LAND OR COMMERCIAL BUILDING IN PHOENIX, SCOTTSDALE, MARICOPA COUNTY AND PINAL COUNTY, ARIZONA, CLICK HERE AND PLEASE CALL ME. 520-975-5207 or email me firstname.lastname@example.org. …. VIEW ALL OF WALTERS LISTINGS.
Phoenix Commercial Real Estate and Investment Real Estate: Investors and Owner / Users need to really know the market today before making a move in owner user Commercial Properties, Investment Properties and land in Phoenix / Maricopa County, Pinal County / Arizona, as the market has a lot of moving parts today. What is going on socio-economically, what is going on demographically, what is going on with location, with competing businesses, with public policy in general — all of these things affect the quality of selling or purchasing your Commercial Properties, Commercial Investment Properties and Commercial and large tracts of Residential Land Therefore, you need a broker, a CCIM (Certified Commercial Investment Member) who is a recognized expert in the commercial and investment real estate industry and who understands Commercial Properties and Investment Properties. I am marketing my listings on Costar, Loop-net CCIM, Kasten Long Commercial Group. I also sold hundreds millions of dollars’ worth of Investment Properties / Owner User Properties in Retail, Office Industrial, Multi-family and Land in Arizona and therefore I am working with brokers, Investors and Developers. I am also a CCIM and through this origination ( www.ccim.com ) I have access to marketing not only in the United States, but also internationalClick here to find out what is a CCIM: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CCIM
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ARE YOU READY TO SELL OR PURCHASE YOUR LAND OR COMMERCIAL BUILDING IN PHOENIX, SCOTTSDALE, MARICOPA COUNTY AND PINAL COUNTY, ARIZONA, CLICK HERE AND PLEASE CALL ME. 520-975-5207 or email me firstname.lastname@example.org
- DEMOGRAPHIC FACTS ABOUT MARICOPA COUNTY:
- The average age of the population is 34 years old.
- The health cost index score in this area is 102.1. (100 = national average)
- Here are some of the distributions of commute times for the area: <15 min (22.7%), 15-29 min (36.8%), 30-44 min (25.1%), 45-59 min (8.6%), >60 min (6.8%).
Feel free to contact Walter regarding any of these stories, the current market, distressed commercial real estate opportunities and needs, your property or your Investment Needs for Comercial Properties in Phoenix, Tucson, Arizona.
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Walter Unger CCIM, CCSS, CCLS
I am a successful Commercial / Investment Real Estate Broker in Arizona now for 20 years. If you have any questions about Commercial / Investment Properties in Phoenix or Commercial / Investment Properties in Arizona, I will gladly sit down with you and share my expertise and my professional opinion with you. I am also in this to make money therefore it will be a win-win situation for all of us.
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Walter Unger CCIM
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