Pellegrini and DeGeorge Partners are pleased to serve the Fountain Hills community once again, with our Sippin' Saturday event! Come join us for free coffee and conversation, meet your FH neighbors, and enjoy the Saturday Morning at the Fountains! If you are thinking about buying or selling a home, we are here to help! … [Read more...] about Join Us for Sippin’ Saturday on the Avenue!
Whether we like it or not, many of us are spending more time on video than we would like. Whether it's for work or just Skyping with family, the first time we see ourselves reflected back on the video screen may cause some unwanted mental trauma. There are some tricks you can use to make yourself (and your background) look more … [Read more...] about Spending More Time On Video? How to Look Professional
With local schools closed and the shift to online learning coming next week for FHUD, many parents may wonder how to help their kids continue to make academic progress. There are numerous resources out there offering online lessons and online tutoring as children begin to re-engage via e-learning on March 30. Many of these … [Read more...] about Keeping Kids Learning through Social Distancing
From a global standpoint to the unique local issues we are facing, the Real Estate Industry has made a clear stance to follow the guidelines. Avoiding contact with groups and touching surfaces seems to be the clear message from all sources. If you are selling a home, we are instructing sellers to turn the lights on before … [Read more...] about What The Pellegrini DeGeorge Partners are doing to keep you safe
It's hard to believe we are already in spring. Usually, the town is full of events during this time, but, in light of the COVID-19 concerns, we are all aware of the restrictions and cancellations we face. I have always been an optimist and am enjoying seeing the sense of community that this otherwise challenging time has … [Read more...] about COVID-19 Resources | Susan Pellegrini
As we start to see the first cases of COVID-19 spread in Arizona, many people who are able to work remotely are being asked to work from home and not come to the office. This is an important step in "flattening the curve", as shared spaces in break rooms, restrooms, conference rooms, and other locations can hold the virus for … [Read more...] about Work from Home Effectively
For many people, there is an annual tradition of making New Year goals, only to break them a few days, weeks, or months, later. Stop the insanity! If you truly want your resolutions to "stick", whether you are resolving to live healthier, save money, or move up the corporate ladder, a little planning can help ensure better odds … [Read more...] about Keeping Your Resolutions