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Sedona Real Estate In the Spring ~ Picture Time

Sheri Sperry March 16, 2016

Sedona Real Estate

Spring In Sedona Arizona 86336

Say It With Pictures!

Sedona real estate is enhanced by the blooming of flowers and cactus in the Spring. It is even better when there is plenty of rain that soaks the winter ground and readies the seeds of wildflowers.  We do have a lot of green trees all year long but to see the wildflowers enhancing the landscape with their beautiful color is something special to see.

Generally, you have to give loving attention to cactus.  There is a  chance of too much water and sometimes a freeze can take it’s toll.

This Spring, like last year, started early.  By the first week of February the weather had changed. We can always expect a cold snap here or there. But by the first week of April, those conditions in most seasons, have passed.

West Sedona real estate

West Sedona real estate

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Notice Anything ?  🙂

Spring in Sedona

spring in Sedona Arizona

Spring Flowers

Yes!  We do have more than cactus! Spring Flowers in Sedona

Petrified Forrest Arizona Rock - Sedona

Petrified Wood & Heart Rocks that look like Texas!

Sedona is in my heart

Sedona Is In My Heart!™

ABOUT ME:  Many buyers and sellers are skeptical about salespeople. So am I! But, I am not a typical salesperson. I put myself in your shoes and help you make decisions based on how I would want to proceed if I were you. In other words, what steps would I take and what is right for you? How will this transaction be beneficial for you? How will it help you move forward with your goals? How can I make it as smooth and pleasant as possible? What is in your best interests as we move forward? 

Let’s face it, you won’t really know that I am not a typical salesperson until you get to know me. I am confident you will feel at ease and comfortable knowing I can find solutions for you. If you don’t feel that way, please let me know. I want to be the best I can for you. I am YOUR Solutions Realtor. ~ Sheri Sperry




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