Small Changes in the Works at All Phoenix Real

avatarthumbnail.jpgSome small changes are in the works here at All Phoenix Real Estate and the mothership for my operations, Dalton’s Arizona Homes. And at the end of the day, you’ll be the beneficiary.

The Phoenix real estate market is a large place and, truth be told, I’ve sold just about everywhere you can sell homes here from Wittmann to Queen Creek, Fountain Hills to Apache Junction. And if I have yet to sell a home there – Buckeye, Anthem – I’ve shown dozens of properties and put thousands of miles on the car.

Change is coming.

I’m in the process of identifying a handful of reliable buyers’ agents who work specifically in some of the more far-flung areas of the Valley – Maricopa, Buckeye, Queen Creek all jump to mind immediately.

Why? For starters, they’re going to have better availability than I do … since I started the Phoenix bank owned site a couple of weeks back, both traffic and search registrations have been increasing quickly.

More importantly, these folks will be able to fill in some of the gaps that inevitably occur when you’re covering a real estate area that stretches 80 miles from one side to the other. And that only will be to your benefit.

So if you’re asking about homes you see on this site, don’t be surprised if the person who contacts you isn’t necessarily me. Or Tobey for that matter. And rest assured, the level of service you’ve come to expect will remain just as high.

[tags]Phoenix real estate, bank owned homes[/tags]

Jonathan Dalton

Jonathan Dalton is a 40-plus-year resident of the Valley and has been helping folks buy and sell homes since 2004. He can be reached at 602-502-9693 or info at


  • Annie Brunson 9 years ago

    Good luck on expanding your business. It’s great to see people enthusiastically expanding. I was a buyers agent for years – it’s a great way to provide superior service to buyers.

  • Jay Thompson 9 years ago

    Rock it! Just don’t poach any of my agents!

    Ya know, just 90 scintillating hours of broker classes and you could join the movement. You don’t need no stinkin’ balloons.

  • Jonathan Dalton 9 years ago

    Ah, but the balloons are a net positive … I’ve brought in about double from office leads on what I’ve paid in office expense.

    As long as that paradigm remains the same, there’s no need to turn the beagles into solo acts.

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