Ronald Gilbert
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Winner of many awards and accolades, Ronnie's field of expertise includes the luxury real estate markets of metropolitan Phoenix, Paradise Valley and Scottsdale. Having worked with leading architects, builders and designers, his excellent working knowledge of upscale properties is unsurpassed; therefore assuring that he is able to meet and exceed the expectations of the most discerning buyers and sellers.

As an expert of luxury real estate in Scottsdale, Paradise Valley, Biltmore and Arcadia; Ronnie Gilbert has the knowledge and skills to guide you to your own personal paradise in the desert. These high-end areas offer an eclectic selection of lifestyle choices, price ranges, and home styles. From beautiful tuscan homes to modern marvels of urban architecture; Ronnie can lead you through the process of moving into your dream home.

Buying a home requires a professional negotiator, whereas listingw call upon the skills of staging and interior design. Ronnie is a craftsman of real estate.

read more › This is perhaps the most important of all considerations in presenting a home for sale. Staging your house for sale and staging your house for architectural digest are two totally different things. The buyer coming to your house is really not interested in your personal art or objects. Although they may be beautiful and very valuable, they are only interested in where they can place their own things and how they will work within your home. Surfaces need to be minimalized and very few photographs need to be displayed.

read more › On elf the most significant areas of Phoenix and anchored by the world famous and most luxurious, Biltmore Hotel. A favorite watering spot for the domestic and international super successful to be able to enjoy 27 holes of golf on perfectly manicured courses and follow that by relaxing in the extensive spa facilities that the resort offers. This luxury spills over to an area close tot he hotel known as The Biltmore Circle. Many of the homes located here overlook the golf course and are very large and represent a bygone era.

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