Downtown Phoenix Real Estate Agent on CNBC Power Lunch

downtown phoenix real estate agentDowntown Phoenix real estate agent, Gene Urban, was chosen to talk about the Greater Phoenix real estate market on CNBC’s Power Lunch program. Gene is a member of the Urban Team at Realty Executives and specializes in the downtown real estate market.

Gene was on CNBC’s Power Lunch program in 2013 and invited back to show some homes in the Scottsdale area on the June 26th’s airing of CNBC’s Power House hosted by Sue Herera. Gene turned to some of Realty Executives Scottsdale specialists for the 3 golf course properties featured in the segment.

After the show, Gene Urban remarked:

It’s such an honor to be chosen for this program. It’s a rare opportunity to talk about the Phoenix market to a national audience of millions. It is a bit daunting and a wonderful opportunity to share our amazing town and it’s homes. I only wish I had 10 minutes instead of less than 2.

Today’s show was a fast paced program, likely due to the GoPro IPO that launched this morning. Gene quickly moved thought his thoughts on the 3 Scottsdale golf course homes featured. Two of the homes were great examples of 2nd home or downsize opportunities. One was a 2 bedroom property in Ancala and the other was a sweet home in Gainey Ranch and overlooking one of the three nine-hole courses. The final home is a gorgeous 5 bedroom place with great room floor plan ideal for hosting parties. One of the wonderful features of the home is a spiral staircase to a rooftop patio with views of the McDowell’s, Camelback Mountain the the Dye designed Ancala golf course.

Below is a link to the video hosted on the CNBC website. The segment was edited a bit so the front and back end of the interview are missing. Hope you enjoy.


Downtown Phoenix Real Estate Agent Gene Urban on CNBC’s Power Lunch Show

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