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Tom Weiskopf has built a reputation for unprecedented service in real estate representation for Phoenix area buyers and sellers. His objective is not only to help his clients meet their real estate goals, but to exceed their expectations. His unwavering commitment, attention to detail and proven negotiation skills gives his clients confidence in knowing their real estate interests are his only priority.
For Phoenix area home sellers, Tom's extensive marketing experience ensures the greatest exposure. No two properties are alike and his marketing plan is customized to each unique home. Tom's seller services give maximum value for each property. As an added value, Tom will put a complimentary home warranty protection plan on your home during the course of the listing, particularly beneficial when buyer repairs are requested.
As a buyer's agent, Tom's market knowledge and extensive experience in negotiating the best possible deal gives buyers a tremendous advantage. No search is too extensive and he is committed to doing what it takes to find the perfect property. And, he provides the necessary strategy to ensure the offer stands out receives full consideration.
Prior to his career as a licensed real estate agent, Tom spent over 30 years in senior and executive level sales and marketing positions in the corporate and non-profit arenas.
Tom provides real estate representation in the Phoenix, Paradise Valley, Cave Creek, Scottsdale and Fountain Hills communities.
Tom has two grown children and resides in North Central Phoenix with Pearl, his Labradoodle. He is a member of the National Association of Realtors, Arizona Association of Realtors, Scottsdale Area Association of Realtors, National Trust for Historic Preservation and is an Arizona real estate licensee.
Whether you're looking for your first home or a vacation home, moving up or downsizing, let Tom help you achieve your real estate goals.
For more information, visit www.TomWeiskopf.net