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Sanjog Gopal

Sanjog Gopal is a CPA & REALTOR specializing in the Arizona real estate market. My background as a CPA ensures that I am ideally suited to provide elite service in all aspects of home purchases and sales. For more information contact me anytime or visit me on the web at http://www.azresidence.com.


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There are many reasons for choosing a smaller living space: the kids have left, you want (or need) fewer responsibilities, perhaps it's because of financial issues or maybe you just want to simplify your life. Whatever your motivation, the prospect of getting your current stuff into your future space can be overwhelming, to put it mildly.

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With a population of almost 1.4 million, Phoenix has grown to be the fifth largest city in the United States. The city also boasts the largest concentration of corporate headquarters in the area. Phoenix is one of the fastest growing cities in the U.S. and attracts workers from across the country due to its climate, quality of life and economic opportunities.

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So you've decided that it's time to renovate, and you need to find a contractor to do the job. This can be tough, as there are many shady contractors out there and if you aren't careful, you could end up paying through the nose for a botched job.

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On the surface, the real estate industry is all about wheeling and dealing, and million dollar deals. Financial risk is a given, but physical risk can be part of the job as well. Not many people think of real estate as being a dangerous profession, but in reality, agents are put face to face with strangers on a daily basis.

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CityNorth Emerges

By Sanjog Gopal | Published 11/16/2007 | Real Estate |

Encompassing 5.5 million square feet, built on 144 acres, CityNorth emerges as the largest development in the country. This impeccably planned, pedestrian-friendly city will become the urban core for the Northeast Valley in Phoenix.

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Your first open house or last minute showing can be pretty stressful with the family frantically running around in circles getting your home ready. As time goes on you will refine the process, until eventually you've got the open house prep down to a fine science. It's just like a play opening where everyone has a part to play and every prop has its place.

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For the moment we can mostly forget the days when five buyers were all clamoring for our house and we chose the ones with the cutest kid. Nowadays, if a buyer presents itself (and its offer!) we are quaking in our boots wondering if we even dare to counter-offer to get the deal without rocking the boat!

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I used to laugh when I saw my old neighbor out sweeping and power washing her driveway. I could not comprehend spending that much time on a piece of pavement used to park your car. After going through the agony of selling my home, I have a better appreciation of what she was up to.

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