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Experience The Grand Canyon State

Those of us who have made Arizona our home have come to appreciate the exclusive vibrations that can only be experienced under the Arizona sun. In addition to beautiful weather and a strong sense of community, the historic architecture of Arizona  gives the cities a unique and attractive edge.

From the historic districts in Phoenix to old Tempe neighborhoods, there is a historic home to meet your home search criteria.

I have compiled my favorite active listings that each represent a decade of the Arizona real estate footprint. These homes allow you to absorb the nostalgic landscape of Arizona.


Historic Arizona Homes

Looking for a period home to call your own, please contact Heather Krueger by emailing [email protected] or call 480-712-0210.

1900’s: $269,900 – 1319 E Pierce St Phoenix

With breathtaking true to period upgrades, this fully renovated 1906 Craftsman in the Garfield Historic District in Downtown Phoenix will not disappoint.


1910’s: $419,700 – 2205 N Richland St Phoenix

Located in the highly sought Coronado Historic District in Phoenix. The exposed brick on the interior is a charming touch to this move-in ready home.


1920’s: $492,500 – 707 W Willetta St Phoenix

This 1924 bungalow with wrap-around porch features original diamond pane french doors. It is loaded with vintage features that scream, “Buy me, you history buff you!”


1930’s: $475,000 – 329 W Vernon Ave Phoenix

 A Tudor style home in Phoenix that boasts a perfect balance between the original 1930’s characteristics and a touch of contemporary loft vibes.


1940’s: $380,000 – 421 N Grand Mesa

Built in 1946, this home located in the Evergreen Historic District in Mesa is brimming with modern updates.


1950’s: $439,888 – 408 E Aepli Dr Tempe

Located in the Broadmor neighborhood of Tempe, this adorable 1950’s home has the perfect open floor plan for your next party!


1960’s: $270,000 – 1162 N Harris Dr Mesa

This one of a kind 1965 dwelling brings out the inner rock lover in us all, and I don’t mean the Beatles. It’s unique portrayal of 60’s vibes makes it truly exclusive Arizona real estate. 


For an exclusive list of historic homes, submit your information below.


    Looking to buy or sell a home, Contact Heather Krueger

    Email: [email protected]

    Phone: 480-712-0210



    1. Stable Paycheck

    Having a stable paycheck tells the bank that you can keep a job and thus, commit to regular mortgage payments.

    1. Savings

    Ensure you have ample savings to make up the loan difference as banks only loan up to 80% of the purchase.

    1. Research

    Seek information and stay up-to-date on the latest trends.



    1. Credit Score

    Having good credit scores will prove to the bank that you can honor your loan.


    1. Wants vs. Needs

    Buying a home is a big decision but just because you want a 4-bedroom house doesn’t mean you need it. Decide wisely!


    1. Outstanding Loans

    Take time now to be as close to debt-free as possible before you borrow or it will reflect poorly on you to the lender.


    1. Budget

    Draft out a plan of budgets based on what is comfortable spending for you to prevent running into extra expenses.



    1. Type of Home

    Know what you want but also be realistic if it’s your first home.


    1. Mortgage Pre-Approval

    Get pre-approved for a bank loan before jumping into the sales process. Doing so will let you proceed confidently.

    To Flip or Not To Flip

    Posted on December 2, 2017 in Heather Krueger

    Tired of your day job? Need a side hustle? Isn’t everyone searching for a way to balance work and play? Some would say flipping houses is an opportunity to make big money and walk away with much more time for leisure. Could this be true?  

     I looked into this further and found some quick pros and cons that you may want to know before deciding to embark on your first flip experience.  



    • Potential to make a quick profit.  
    • New experience and opportunity for learning. 
    • Seeing your vision become a reality. A sense of accomplishment.  
    • Gain understanding of how to navigate unexpected costs and delays. 
    • Increased knowledge of overall aspects of construction such as cost of materials or plumbing and electrical repairs. 


    The Cons 

    • Potential to lose money and requires some level of risk-taking.  
    • Unexpected, unbudgeted costs.  
    • Stress. 
    • Holding costs.  
    • Difficulty selling may cause financial burden.  
    • Higher taxes and losing your profit to taxes.  


    Heather Krueger specializes in helping first-time flippers with a seamless, positive transaction. Contact her today to get started!   

    [email protected]



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