1. How To Get The Most Out Of A Real Estate Showing

    When it comes to buying a house, you want the process to be as smooth and stress-free as possible. As a local realtor in Sedona, we are passionate about helping our clients find a house of their dreams. Before you can sign on the final piece of paperwork and close on that dream house, you will first need to view a few properties. When you schedule a real estate showing with our team, we want you t…Read More

  2. Reasons to Buy a Home in Winter

    If you have been thinking about looking for a home in Sedona, but wanted to wait until spring “because that’s when you’re supposed to buy a house,” it might be time to reconsider your plans. Winter is not the typical time to start looking for a home, but there are some distinct advantages. After reading the benefits of buying in winter, contact Brian & Cindy Real Estate for a family of…Read More

  3. A Brief History of Sedona

    The moment you enter Sedona, you can see that there is a deep and rich history. First with the recognizable red rocks that started forming thousands and thousands of years ago, then with the Native Americans, and finally with a more recent history. To be a part of this vast historic community and to create your own Sedona history, get in touch with a realtor today who can help you find your home h…Read More

  4. Don’t Make These Home Buying Mistakes

    If you’re buying a house for the first time in Sedona, it might be tempting to think that it’s a fun experience and it will all be a piece of cake. Even though the realtors at Brian & Cindy Real Estate will do their best at making sure that is the case, there are often a few roadblocks to overcome before you close on the home of your dreams. Being an experienced real estate agent means mak…Read More

  5. Schools and Parks of Sedona

    A large part of moving to a new city is learning about practical things as well as social and entertainment aspects of the town. For families moving to Sedona, you’ll want to know about the schools, the parks, and how you can become a larger part of the community. Finding ways in which you could feel like you belong in the town is just one of the ways the realtors at Brian & Cindy Real Estat…Read More

  6. Five Best Restaurants in Sedona

    If you’re a foodie and need to live in a town with amazing restaurant options, it doesn’t need to be Los Angeles, New York City, or Chicago. Small town Sedona, AZ may have just what you need to fulfill all of your deepest cravings for fine-dining and great views to top it off. According to Zagat, there are five restaurants that you need to try as soon as you get settled. If you’re new to tow…Read More

  7. Why Live in Sedona, AZ?

    Mountain living is appealing for many no matter where the mountain is, the cooler weather, there are endless adventure options and great big blue skies. What makes Sedona, AZ, stand out? If you’re considering relocating to Sedona, you’ll quickly see for yourself why the city was voted one of the most beautiful cities in America. If you need further convincing, the realtors at Brian and Cindy R…Read More

  8. Top Attractions in Sedona, AZ

    After settling into your new home in Sedona, AZ, it’s time to start exploring! There is a lot to see in the state of Arizona, but you don’t have to travel far to experience some amazing sites. At an elevation of over 4,000 feet, living in the mountains means there are plenty of opportunities for adventure, hiking, and more. If you’re relocating to Sedona, Brian and Cindy want to welcome you …Read More

  9. What’s Going on in Sedona This Summer?

    When you move to a new city or town, it’s hard to feel like an important part of the community. Meeting your neighbors and getting to know local business owners can take time, but being active in your community will make it easier to make the adjustment. When you work with Brian & Cindy Real Estate, you can count us as your friendly neighbors, always willing to help you out whenever you need…Read More

  10. Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Skip the Home Inspection

    A home inspection isn’t required, it costs money, and times take; so why go through the trouble? The short answer is: what you learn with a thorough home inspection can save you from serious problems down the road that could cost significantly more money and time than the home inspection would have. Don’t sign on the dotted line until you and your realtor are 100 percent confident that there a…Read More