To me luxury is to be at home with my daughter, and the occasional massage doesn’t hurt.
Olivia Newton-John
Luxurious Lifestyle

Make your dream a reality. Martin Spilo specializes in delivering premier luxury homes in AZ. Call him at 623-363-5685 and learn about high-end living in the most prestigious cities of the country.


Imagine finding the Sun City AZ Houses property of your dreams, only to have your loan application denied. Countless hours spent searching, not to mention your emotional investment, all wasted. This can be an incredibly disheartening experience.

To prevent this from happening, the first thing your real estate agent will have you do is get pre-approved. Pre-approval lets you know exactly how much you are able to afford.

Pre-approval offers you strong negotiating advantages by increasing your buying leverage. It lets the seller know you are ready to buy. When faced with several offers, a seller often accepts the one submitted by a pre-approved buyer, even if the offer is less than the others. This is due to the fact that pre-approval is the next best thing to cash-on-hand. It also allows you the opportunity to close quicker, which can be very attractive to a seller.

For these reasons, pre-approval is an intelligent and advantageous option for prospective homebuyers. Contact your Sun City AZ Houses real estate professional for more information.

What About Open Houses

Many  Luxury Homes in AZ sellers wonder if Sunday open houses are worth the inconvenience. Some complain that agents use open houses to pick up clients rather than to sell their home. Others worry about security. Do the rewards outweigh the risks?

Plenty of sellers have sold homes without ever having a public open house. However, many more sellers will admit that they actually found their home at a public open house. Public open houses provide additional market exposure that in some cases will result in a sale.

Those who resist the notion of Luxury Homes in AZ  open houses insist that serious buyers will make appointments to see the listing. But, most of today’s buyers have to work in order afford a home. Many of them can’t take time off during the week to preview a new listing. Sunday open houses provide an easy way for buyers to catch up on the new inventory on their own.

Another factor to consider is that some buyers—who may be on the fence about moving, or who aren’t considering moving at all—take the leap after seeing an exceptional property at a Sunday open house.

There are certainly good reasons not to have an open house. If you have a house full of irreplaceable valuables, you might want to forego a public open house. Even though this may mean losing a buyer or two, this might be a reasonable trade-off for your peace of mind. If you’re in favor of open houses, but have security concerns, ask your agent to bring a colleague to provide extra supervision.

Good houses that lack “curb appeal” are prime candidates for Sunday open houses. There are buyers who won’t even consider a house that doesn’t look smashing from the street. But, again, there’s a chance they’ll take a look inside if it’s easy to drop by on a Sunday afternoon.

Spectacular Luxury Home in Arizona

Mesa, AZ 85215

MLS Number: 4344509

Spectacular custom tri-level home built in 2007 on a Hillside lot offering mountain and city views from all rooms. Upon entering you are greeted by the grand staircase with ornate banister gracefully reaching to the upper level while a romantic balcony looks out from above. Throughout the home you will find Granite counter tops, wood, Travertine tile and plush neutral carpet flooring. Beautiful gourmet kitchen w/upgraded appliances, center-island and breakfast bar opens to family room with fabulous views. Elegant master suite with sitting area, private balcony access and lavish master bath. Formal living & dining

, office, library & bonus/game room. Energy efficient with IFC Nu-Dura built walls creating an R-50 type level of insulation. Covered patio, balcony & water feature. Search for luxury homes or visit Martin Spilo’s website for more.