Sometimes you have to leave a place to see how special it is. I’m a Tucson native, but it took me 20 years to come home after I left for college. My time away taught me to appreciate the Old Pueblo. Tucson has a deep respect for its culture and heritage—it’s not a “blade and grade” city—and I’m proud to be part of it.

It took me a while to get into real estate, but that’s a good thing, because I bring real-world experience to every transaction. I’ve flipped houses in California, Nevada and Arizona. I was in import/export sales in Los Angeles. I created award-winning designs as a landscape architect in Phoenix. And I managed corporate real estate operations in Sedona and Lake Tahoe, where I learned the traits of top producers. Now I use that knowledge to support my clients.

What did I learn? How to negotiate the best deal and to provide tremendous customer service, for starters, as well as the creative use of technology. I’m a troubleshooter, an intermediary, a strategic thinker, and a supportive listener. And I communicate. My friends and current clients say I never leave them questioning or wondering. They also say I’m approachable and empathetic. I’m always there for them, unconditionally.

I learned REALTORS® can be friends as well as service providers. Once while house hunting with clients, we saw an awesome rare cactus at a home we were previewing. When we found the right property, I drove to Phoenix to buy the same cactus as a housewarming gift. The gesture brought them to tears (of joy, I hope!).

But making clients cry isn’t my goal. I’ll earn your confidence by dealing with every obstacle and by being a passionate, tireless advocate for your interests. That’s my goal.

Client Reviews

Two thumbs up - exceptional service and very knowledgeable of the area. 

Henry S

I received the best service from Noe, I was kept informed throughout the process. My home was sold in less time than I expected. I would definetly recommend Noe to all my family and friends.

Tim a