The Moen Group Real Estate Expands Estate Management & Concierge Services in Arizona for Luxury Homeowners.

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Arizona Real Estate News: The Moen Group, a Scottsdale, Arizona based luxury real estate brokerage, management, development and marketing company, announces the expansion of its Arizona estate management and concierge services. The Moen Group’s full-service estate management division specializes in strategic, solution-based luxury home management for homeowners with primary and secondary residences in key markets including: Arizona, California and Hawaii.

The Moen Group Expands Estate Management Services

The Moen Group Expands Estate Management Services

As exciting as owning a luxury home or multiple homes can be, it is also a lot work. Our job is to minimize the stresses involved, enabling our clients to enjoy their homes while we take care of the needs of the residence.

The Moen Group, a Scottsdale, Arizona based luxury real estate brokerage, management, development and marketing company, announces the expansion of its Arizona estate management and concierge services. The Moen Group’s full-service estate management division specializes in strategic, solution-based luxury home management for homeowners with primary and secondary residences in key markets including: Arizona, California and Hawaii.

The Moen Group’s estate management services, a division of The Moen Group’s luxury real estate sales and marketing company, offers homeowners with complex primary residences or secondary vacation homes, a complete solution for the daily care and maintenance of homes and lifestyle needs. The Moen Group is well known for using a highly detailed approach in estate management; offering services that go beyond what is traditionally offered in the luxury real estate industry.

“This is a very exciting time for The Moen Group and with such an overwhelming client response, particularly in the Scottsdale and Phoenix area, there is no doubt an expansion of our estate care services was needed,” says Todd Moen, Founding Partner of The Moen Group. “We really listened to our clients and went about our expansion with one goal in mind; to tactically broaden our scope of services while continuing to offer each and every client a fully customized and exceedingly high level of service.”

Known for working with generations of high-profile families, The Moen Group’s all-inclusive estate management provides clients with a personal, professional and confidential approach to the specific needs of luxury homeowners. Services range from basic estate administration such as hiring and overseeing household staff to year round, proactive residence care. With the philosophy of no client need is too big or too small, The Moen Group offers homeowners an array of unique services to the industry. For example, among many other services, contracted homeowners with vacation homes in Arizona can expect a fully stocked refrigerator, clean linens and even transportation arrangements accounted for upon their arrival.

“We work with many clients who have primary residences outside of Arizona and they have told us they would not have bought a vacation home here without our services,” explains Roma Moen, VP of Operations for The Moen Group. “As exciting as owning a luxury home or multiple homes can be, it is also a lot work. Our job is to minimize the stresses involved, enabling our clients to enjoy their homes while we take care of the needs of the residence.”

The Moen Group is a Scottsdale, Arizona based luxury real estate brokerage specializing in residential real estate and luxury community sales and marketing in cities including: Phoenix, Scottsdale, Paradise Valley and Sedona, among many others. The Moen Group currently represents or manages more than $250 million worth of luxury real estate in the world’s most prestigious communities including: Silverleaf in Scottsdale, Kukui’ula on Kauai and Martis Camp in Lake Tahoe.

For more information, please contact Todd Moen of The Moen Group at 480-315-0991.

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