Meet Allison – Your Trusted Scottsdale Luxury Real Estate Agent
Allison has lived in Scottsdale for almost 15 years with her family. She has lived in some great cities, but Scottsdale is her favorite.
She graduated from Loyola University Chicago School Of Law and practiced law in Chicago in the area of asset protection, estates and trust, and small businesses. Her experience as a corporate attorney gives her an edge in negotiating and analyzing market trends.
She also holds both a Master’s Degree in Education with an emphasis on Curriculum and Instruction, and a Bachelor’s of Science in Secondary Education with an emphasis in French from the University of Kansas.
She currently works at Walt Danley Christie’s International Real Estate where she works with a private clientele in purchasing and selling luxury properties. She focuses on the real estate needs of executives, professional athletes, and distinguished clientele. She offers a discreet, full service real estate plan for each client which includes concierge services. She understands that privacy is paramount for her clientele.
For her sellers, she provides high res media, professional videos, virtual reality tours and full staging and preparation for the properties. For both her buyers and sellers, she brings her strong negotiation skills to the table so that they walk away with a financial success. Her marketing skills are superior where she concentrates on national and international marketing.
She also works with clients advising them on diversifying their portfolios in real estate investments. Her focus is on both long-term income producing properties and short-term investment.
She is involved as a teacher and coach for her colleagues and other agents teaching them how to analyze the real estate market. She teaches how to follow trends, and how to price properly.
In addition, she is on the Board of Directors for the Scottsdale Area Association of Realtors (“SAAR”). She also has served as a member of the Sustainability Committee and the Global Connection Committee for SAAR.
She was named a Trendsetter for Arizona Foothills Magazine in 2013. She was also named a Real Estate Superstar by So Scottsdale Magazine for the past 4 years. In addition, So Scottsdale magazine named her a Person to Watch for the past 4 years.
She has received multiple sales awards throughout her career. In 2020, she marketed and sold almost $25 million in total sales. She is proud to be named a member of America’s Top 100 Real Estate Agents, and is in the Million Dollar Guild of the National Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist. She is a member of the Top Agent Network made up of the top 10 percent of top producing agents in Scottsdale.
She holds four designations in real estate as an Accredited Buyer Representative, Seller Representative Specialist, and Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist, and Pricing Strategy Advisor.
She is a member of the Leadership Circle for Phoenix Children’s Hospital Foundation. As part of this select group, she is involved in selecting how grant money will be distributed within the hospital’s research and development.
She is a member of National Charity League where she headed the philanthropy committees for both Homeward Bound and Chrysalis.
In addition, her community involvement has included working with helping families with children with special needs. She lead a support group for the Paradise Valley Unified School District for parents to help them deal with daily challenges, and listening as they shared their moments of joy when their child accomplished something others thought was impossible.
She is a member of the Scottsdale Chamber of Commerce where she sat on the Economic Development Committee and also on the Airpark Committee.
She previously sat on the Driving Out Domestic Violence Committee for Chrysalis. For over four years, she helped raise funds to help families find a safe haven away from domestic violence. She also helped Homeward Bound with their Derby Days fundraiser and on their Old Bags Luncheon Committee. These two events help raise money for families who have found themselves homeless. She worked with the Muscular Dystrophy Association to help raise funds for research and much needed advancements in treatment.