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ARIZONA JOURNAL OF

Real Estate & Business®

ANNUAL INDUSTRY AWARDS

As a full-time, dedicated real estate agent, Kathy Loeffler is the definition of a “trusted advisor” to her clients. Known for her professionalism and commitment, Kathy leads buyers and sellers to success time and time again. Most clients want to work with an agent that is wholly committed to their clients’ needs. Kathy firmly believes that each of her clients deserves the best service in the industry and that’s just what they receive. Driven and dedicated, Kathy devotes 100% of her efforts towards achieving her clients’ goals. An outstanding negotiator and an excellent communicator, Kathy fills the void that many other agents don’t: securing the most favorable price for your property and keeping you constantly apprised on the progress of your transaction.

KATH

REAL ESTATE AGENT OF THE YEAR NOMINEE 2015

My Featured Listings Pending

Cover Home

SEPTEMBER | OCTOBER 2015

From Runway to Living Room 21320 N 56TH ST 1098 | $419,000 1,697 SQFT | 2 BED | 2 BATH This prominent Bella Monte condo is one of the most sought after gated communities.

7098 E BLUE SKY DRIVE | $890,000 4,961 SQFT | 4 BED | 3.5 BATH Beautiful Toll Brothers Home in Saguaro Estates!

Sold

Sold

4406 E CAMPO BELLO | $443,000 2,772 SQFT | 3 BED | 2.5 BATH Great new-build Cachet Home in the Santa Rita subdivision.

2027 E CREEDANCE BLVD | $405,000 2,558 SQFT |5 BED | 3 BATH Gorgeous home in a great location and amazing views.

Fall Fashion Trends

As a true Valley native, Kathy has unparalleled knowledge of our area and the nuances of each part of the Valley. Turn to her for all of your real estate needs!

All information is deemed reliable but not guaranteed. Properties on this list have been listed/sold by various participants in the MLS.

Client Testimonial

Kathy Loeffler, abr realtor®

602.359.7270 mobile kathyloeffler@realtyexecutives.com www.KathyLoeffler.com

If your home is currently listed, this is not a solicitation for that listing.

“Being from out of town, it was especially important to us to find the right realtor. Kathy was so pleasant, personable, and patient with us as we worked through some unforeseen, but necessary improvements that came to light after we listed. Importantly, she Client Testimonial was right on the money with her advice every step of the way. And when the right buyer came along, she even went above and beyond our expectations, helping us donate furniture and accessories to worthy causes. Kathy is truly one in a million!”

– Jeff and Gina

Produced by Desert Lifestyle Publishing • 480.460.0996 • www.DesertLifestyle.net

Stair Master Space Savers

Union Barrelhouse’s Southern Cross Float

Tour History at Heritage Square

Cover Home

Presented By Kathy Loeffler


The Fashionable Home

LOCAL VENUE

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Heritage Square Phoenix | Heritagesquarephx.org 602.261.8063

ant your home to be the most fashionable, up-to-date place on the block? It might help to pay attention to the trends spotted at this year’s fall fashion week. Designers from Gucci to Stella McCartney showed off their top trends on the catwalk. Will these looks spill over from the pages of Vogue into the world of interior design? And if so, what trends should stylish homeowners be copying and which should they pass on? Here’s a sneak peek at everything in style this season.

Step Up Your Storage

Rosson House Museum Is a 2,800 square foot Eastlake Victorian style home, built in 1895 by Dr. and Mrs. Roland Rosson. A classic example of the late Victorian style, it is fully restored to its original grandeur. Experience what life was like for residents of Phoenix in territorial Arizona. Docentguided tours feature all living areas of the house and highlight the stories, people and places that influenced the property and surroundings.

Heritage Gallery This changing exhibit gallery is located in the Stevens-Haustgen House at Heritage Square.

PHOENIX RE:imagined From its creation in 1870 and through the twentieth century, the City of Phoenix grew from an agricultural adobe village to one of the largest and fastest growing metropolitan areas in the country. Progress, however, had a cost – and the fee was often the historic and aesthetic fabric of the city. PHOENIX RE:imagined explores the urbanization of the city and how the diligent work of a preservation minded community resulted in saving historic sites like Heritage Square.

E

ver wished you had just a little more space to stow away a few books, display a few of your favorite knick-knacks, or keep your kids’ shoes and coats out of the front hallway? Have we got a storage solution for you! Just below the stairs is a secret storage treasure trove. Depending on the size, scope, and layout of your stairs, you could have an entire walk-in closet under there or at least a small space just screaming out for a handy little shelf or two.

Also spotted on the runways: A penchant for all things Asian, from dresses donned with dragons and chinoiserie prints galore. Bring the Eastern look into your home with Asian-inspired accents, including everything from iconic blue and white china to Zen sculptures to Chinese-influenced wallpapers.

For those with a more traditional sized staircase, think of building shelving for books and displaying treasures, or if you use your front entry as your home’s headquarters, consider installing pullout drawers and cabinetry for shoes, coats, hats, and other outthe-door accessories. If your stairs flow into your kitchen, consider stashing little-used, smaller kitchen appliances, pots and pans, and even spices in these tight but useful spaces. Does your staircase lead near the guest bathroom? Store extra hand towels, toilet tissue, cleaning supplies, and other easy-to-grab items nearby and totally out of sight. Depending on your décor style, you can use simple baskets on shelves to store your items, or for a more elegant look, have cabinetry built-in to suit your tastes. For those with a staircase leading into a finished basement, the options are limitless. For a recreational space, use the under the stairs area to stow board games, video games and DVDs, and billiards or ping pong accessories close at hand. For oenophiles, turn this space into an easy to build wine rack. Or create a cozy reading nook, with a comfy chair tucked at the bottom of the stairs and shelves filled with your and your kids’ favorite books. The space can also be a perfect spot to place a desk to have an out of the way workplace for you or your kids to study. Of course, if you have a larger staircase, you can actually have an entire walk-in under your stairs, perfect for hanging hooks for coats, extra shoe storage, and even such things as gifts, gift wrap, and projects such as scrap books and photo albums. Any way you look at it, the space under your stairs is underutilized and perfect for any number of projects you can think of. So go ahead and be creative. If you can think it, you can do it!

YOUR HOME

When it comes to color trends, fall fashion week was abuzz with brown, another nod to the 70s. To follow the lead, look for browns to make their way back into interior spaces, often paired with coppers and burgundies to add richness. Gold also reigned supreme; look for shiny accents and influences in your home design magazines. Another color trend: A jump ahead to the 80s, when neon colors stole the stage. The fashion trends included bright pinks and yellows paired with neutral grays, tans, and dark blues to tone the look down. This is a great style to steal for teen bedrooms, where balancing the hot colors can be a major plus for parents. A few other patterns and prints that may find their from the closet to your couch: bold winter florals, brocades, winter creams, velvets, and lots of shiny fabrics. Touches of faux-fur and shearling were also hot, lending itself to throw pillows and bedding at home. Whether you’re a trendsetter or just curious about the latest looks, fashion on the runway almost always influences the world of interior design. Our take: Borrow any elements you like and work them into your current designs but leave the rest on the runway.

Southern Cross Float

LOCAL FLAVOR!

Get more 1900! Heritage Square is a striking reminder of the city’s vibrant Victorian past. Originally Block 14 of the original town site of Phoenix, the square dates to the late 1800s, with the restored Rosson House Museum its crowning jewel. Whether you love history, technology, good food, or just a quiet place to reflect – a visit to Heritage Square is for you!

One of the top trends spotted on models this season? Everything 70s. From bell-bottoms and high turtlenecks to denim and clingy knits, the looks screamed Saturday Night Fever. Patchwork patterns were also seen popping up in dresses and jean skirts. How will the boho look translate into the home? Look for laidback, uncluttered designs and furniture with a modern edge. The feel is decidedly unfussy, with a stark and youthful vibe.

INGREDIENTS

DIRECTIONS

1oz ½ oz ½ oz 1

Blend and pour into 20 oz. parfait glass and enjoy!

Southern Comfort Deep Eddy Peach Tea Vodka Baily’s Irish Cream Large scoop vanilla ice cream

DID YOU KNOW?! Ice cream became an edible morale symbol during World War II. Each branch of the military tried to outdo the others in serving ice cream to its troops. In 1945, the first “floating ice cream parlor” was built for sailors in the western Pacific. When the war ended, and dairy product rationing was lifted, America celebrated its victory with ice cream. Americans consumed over 20 quarts of ice cream per person in 1946. Source: IDFA.org

Union Barrelhouse UnionBarrelhouse.com | 480.946.7258


The Fashionable Home

LOCAL VENUE

W

Heritage Square Phoenix | Heritagesquarephx.org 602.261.8063

ant your home to be the most fashionable, up-to-date place on the block? It might help to pay attention to the trends spotted at this year’s fall fashion week. Designers from Gucci to Stella McCartney showed off their top trends on the catwalk. Will these looks spill over from the pages of Vogue into the world of interior design? And if so, what trends should stylish homeowners be copying and which should they pass on? Here’s a sneak peek at everything in style this season.

Step Up Your Storage

Rosson House Museum Is a 2,800 square foot Eastlake Victorian style home, built in 1895 by Dr. and Mrs. Roland Rosson. A classic example of the late Victorian style, it is fully restored to its original grandeur. Experience what life was like for residents of Phoenix in territorial Arizona. Docentguided tours feature all living areas of the house and highlight the stories, people and places that influenced the property and surroundings.

Heritage Gallery This changing exhibit gallery is located in the Stevens-Haustgen House at Heritage Square.

PHOENIX RE:imagined From its creation in 1870 and through the twentieth century, the City of Phoenix grew from an agricultural adobe village to one of the largest and fastest growing metropolitan areas in the country. Progress, however, had a cost – and the fee was often the historic and aesthetic fabric of the city. PHOENIX RE:imagined explores the urbanization of the city and how the diligent work of a preservation minded community resulted in saving historic sites like Heritage Square.

E

ver wished you had just a little more space to stow away a few books, display a few of your favorite knick-knacks, or keep your kids’ shoes and coats out of the front hallway? Have we got a storage solution for you! Just below the stairs is a secret storage treasure trove. Depending on the size, scope, and layout of your stairs, you could have an entire walk-in closet under there or at least a small space just screaming out for a handy little shelf or two.

Also spotted on the runways: A penchant for all things Asian, from dresses donned with dragons and chinoiserie prints galore. Bring the Eastern look into your home with Asian-inspired accents, including everything from iconic blue and white china to Zen sculptures to Chinese-influenced wallpapers.

For those with a more traditional sized staircase, think of building shelving for books and displaying treasures, or if you use your front entry as your home’s headquarters, consider installing pullout drawers and cabinetry for shoes, coats, hats, and other outthe-door accessories. If your stairs flow into your kitchen, consider stashing little-used, smaller kitchen appliances, pots and pans, and even spices in these tight but useful spaces. Does your staircase lead near the guest bathroom? Store extra hand towels, toilet tissue, cleaning supplies, and other easy-to-grab items nearby and totally out of sight. Depending on your décor style, you can use simple baskets on shelves to store your items, or for a more elegant look, have cabinetry built-in to suit your tastes. For those with a staircase leading into a finished basement, the options are limitless. For a recreational space, use the under the stairs area to stow board games, video games and DVDs, and billiards or ping pong accessories close at hand. For oenophiles, turn this space into an easy to build wine rack. Or create a cozy reading nook, with a comfy chair tucked at the bottom of the stairs and shelves filled with your and your kids’ favorite books. The space can also be a perfect spot to place a desk to have an out of the way workplace for you or your kids to study. Of course, if you have a larger staircase, you can actually have an entire walk-in under your stairs, perfect for hanging hooks for coats, extra shoe storage, and even such things as gifts, gift wrap, and projects such as scrap books and photo albums. Any way you look at it, the space under your stairs is underutilized and perfect for any number of projects you can think of. So go ahead and be creative. If you can think it, you can do it!

YOUR HOME

When it comes to color trends, fall fashion week was abuzz with brown, another nod to the 70s. To follow the lead, look for browns to make their way back into interior spaces, often paired with coppers and burgundies to add richness. Gold also reigned supreme; look for shiny accents and influences in your home design magazines. Another color trend: A jump ahead to the 80s, when neon colors stole the stage. The fashion trends included bright pinks and yellows paired with neutral grays, tans, and dark blues to tone the look down. This is a great style to steal for teen bedrooms, where balancing the hot colors can be a major plus for parents. A few other patterns and prints that may find their from the closet to your couch: bold winter florals, brocades, winter creams, velvets, and lots of shiny fabrics. Touches of faux-fur and shearling were also hot, lending itself to throw pillows and bedding at home. Whether you’re a trendsetter or just curious about the latest looks, fashion on the runway almost always influences the world of interior design. Our take: Borrow any elements you like and work them into your current designs but leave the rest on the runway.

Southern Cross Float

LOCAL FLAVOR!

Get more 1900! Heritage Square is a striking reminder of the city’s vibrant Victorian past. Originally Block 14 of the original town site of Phoenix, the square dates to the late 1800s, with the restored Rosson House Museum its crowning jewel. Whether you love history, technology, good food, or just a quiet place to reflect – a visit to Heritage Square is for you!

One of the top trends spotted on models this season? Everything 70s. From bell-bottoms and high turtlenecks to denim and clingy knits, the looks screamed Saturday Night Fever. Patchwork patterns were also seen popping up in dresses and jean skirts. How will the boho look translate into the home? Look for laidback, uncluttered designs and furniture with a modern edge. The feel is decidedly unfussy, with a stark and youthful vibe.

INGREDIENTS

DIRECTIONS

1oz ½ oz ½ oz 1

Blend and pour into 20 oz. parfait glass and enjoy!

Southern Comfort Deep Eddy Peach Tea Vodka Baily’s Irish Cream Large scoop vanilla ice cream

DID YOU KNOW?! Ice cream became an edible morale symbol during World War II. Each branch of the military tried to outdo the others in serving ice cream to its troops. In 1945, the first “floating ice cream parlor” was built for sailors in the western Pacific. When the war ended, and dairy product rationing was lifted, America celebrated its victory with ice cream. Americans consumed over 20 quarts of ice cream per person in 1946. Source: IDFA.org

Union Barrelhouse UnionBarrelhouse.com | 480.946.7258


ARIZONA JOURNAL OF

Real Estate & Business®

ANNUAL INDUSTRY AWARDS

As a full-time, dedicated real estate agent, Kathy Loeffler is the definition of a “trusted advisor” to her clients. Known for her professionalism and commitment, Kathy leads buyers and sellers to success time and time again. Most clients want to work with an agent that is wholly committed to their clients’ needs. Kathy firmly believes that each of her clients deserves the best service in the industry and that’s just what they receive. Driven and dedicated, Kathy devotes 100% of her efforts towards achieving her clients’ goals. An outstanding negotiator and an excellent communicator, Kathy fills the void that many other agents don’t: securing the most favorable price for your property and keeping you constantly apprised on the progress of your transaction.

KATH

REAL ESTATE AGENT OF THE YEAR NOMINEE 2015

My Featured Listings Pending

Cover Home

SEPTEMBER | OCTOBER 2015

From Runway to Living Room 21320 N 56TH ST 1098 | $419,000 1,697 SQFT | 2 BED | 2 BATH This prominent Bella Monte condo is one of the most sought after gated communities.

7098 E BLUE SKY DRIVE | $890,000 4,961 SQFT | 4 BED | 3.5 BATH Beautiful Toll Brothers Home in Saguaro Estates!

Sold

Sold

4406 E CAMPO BELLO | $443,000 2,772 SQFT | 3 BED | 2.5 BATH Great new-build Cachet Home in the Santa Rita subdivision.

2027 E CREEDANCE BLVD | $405,000 2,558 SQFT |5 BED | 3 BATH Gorgeous home in a great location and amazing views.

Fall Fashion Trends

As a true Valley native, Kathy has unparalleled knowledge of our area and the nuances of each part of the Valley. Turn to her for all of your real estate needs!

All information is deemed reliable but not guaranteed. Properties on this list have been listed/sold by various participants in the MLS.

Client Testimonial

Kathy Loeffler, abr realtor®

602.359.7270 mobile kathyloeffler@realtyexecutives.com www.KathyLoeffler.com

If your home is currently listed, this is not a solicitation for that listing.

“Being from out of town, it was especially important to us to find the right realtor. Kathy was so pleasant, personable, and patient with us as we worked through some unforeseen, but necessary improvements that came to light after we listed. Importantly, she Client Testimonial was right on the money with her advice every step of the way. And when the right buyer came along, she even went above and beyond our expectations, helping us donate furniture and accessories to worthy causes. Kathy is truly one in a million!”

– Jeff and Gina

Produced by Desert Lifestyle Publishing • 480.460.0996 • www.DesertLifestyle.net

Stair Master Space Savers

Union Barrelhouse’s Southern Cross Float

Tour History at Heritage Square

Cover Home

Presented By Kathy Loeffler

Kathy Loeffler | AZHO September 2015  

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