Holly Berryhill - Douglas AZ Real Estate

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  • City Council Meeting

    The 9 Sept city council meeting raised an issue of great concern to the future of historic downtown Douglas.  Without requesting prior public comment, the city presented its plan to convert the old Phelps Dodge building on the NW corner of 10th Street and G Avenue into a recreation center for teenagers.  The City of Douglas believes that converting this major chunk of real estate on THE prime corner of our downtown district into a hangout for youth will spur the economy and improve tourism. 
    I totally disagree with that concept.  After a year and a half of study, the University of Arizona public planning students presented a proposal on how to improve the downtown area.  They came up with suggestions like encouraging small business such as a coffee shop, book store, Mexican curio shop and sidewalk cafe.  These ideas would attract folks of all ages.  I do not understand why the city would ask the U of A for assistance and then ignore their suggestions.  What a slap in the face for all the long hours those students spent on that project!
    A group of pierced and tattooed teenagers on skateboards with blaring music and grafittied bathroom walls will drive me away from downtown, NOT to it.
    How about you?

  • Who to Call

    Did you know that you can call ANY real estate agent for information about ANY property that is listed for sale in the Multiple Listing Service?  You do not have to call the name and number printed on the sign in the front yard.  Any Realtor can provide information, show you the house and write a contract for you to purchase that house.  So, find someone you would like to work with and ask!
  • Welcome teachers

    Hello, my name is Holly Berryhill.  As your friendly neighborhood Realtor, I would like to welcome all the new citizens to our friendly town.  I am the broker for Everett J. Jones Real Estate, the oldest real estate firm in town.  We are here to assist you in all your real estate needs.  If you don't want to buy right away, our friendly property management team will help you find the right property.  For all those that do want to buy, our expertise and guidance will lead you in the right direction.  Just remember, interest rates are low and there is tax credit available for first time home buyers.  In either case we would like to meet you and show you why we have been in business all this time.  Hope your stay in Douglas is great. Have a great year.

  • Teachers?

    How is everyone doing today?  As many of you know, we are the oldest firm in Douglas, AZ.  We pride ourselves in knowing the community.  That being said, we would like to help our community.  Like many small towns, we suffer from a lack of teachers.  This town is a great place live.  It still exhibits small town charm while displaying some big city amenities.  The citizens are kind and we are within driving distance of many recreational activities.  Housing prices are affordable and last, but not least, is that this is a great place to raise a family.  So if you have a teaching degree, desire a new start or simply just want to try something new, give our town some thought.

  • 4th of July

    How is everybody doing out there?  I am writing this blog to wish everyone a happy 4th of July.  Remember not to overdue the hotdogs and hamburgers; actually you only live once so overdue them if you want.  I hope everyone views a great fireworks show.  Our fireworks show has been postponed the last two years because of rain but lightning is just as good any firework.  Aside from Christmas and Thanksgiving,  4th of July has to be one of the best holidays.  Either way, it is a great time to spend with family and friends.  Be safe and write back about your favorite holiday.
  • Worst golfer ever to get hole in one!

    Just so people out there in cyberland know, this is not Holly Berryhill.  This is Diego Guerrero, one of Holly's agents.  Anyways, to make a long story short I am a horrible golfer.  To give you a mental picture of how bad I am, when I i finish a round of golf it is not unusual to see score in the high 50's or low 60's.  It would be great if that was 18 holes, but it's for 9!.  Nonetheless, something strange happend to me on Sunday.  It was a normal day, albeit I didn't have breakfast.  The wind was picking up and the sun was beating down on me.  I started out the first two holes in typical fashion, 7's.  Yet, when I got the the third whole (par 3) something amazing happend.  I scored a hole in one.  What ubiquitous force propelled the ball into that hole?  In a million years I could not have portended a hole in one.  I was perplexed and amused.  Here I was, the worst golfer ever to get a hole in one.  I had to buy everybody a drink afterwards (they said it was tradition, I don't know if that is true) and everybody was happy.  Afterwards, I pretended as though I knew what I was doing, of course I did.  So thats my story, and I'm sticking to it.
  • Looking for feedback...

    How is everybody doing out there?  My first year in real estate has been a bumpy ride.  I, with all my infinite wisdom, chose to get into real estate at the worst possible time in history.  Ok, maybe not history, but close to it.    However, it gives me a whole new perspective on the whole thing.  I guess what I am trying to get at is; what are you looking for in an agent?  How can agents better serve the public and most importantly you?  This question is really important to me, especially now.  I find that maybe if we had listened, we wouldn’t be in the situation we are in now.  So leave your ideas of how agents can better serve you, we’re listeing.

  • Spring Break

    Hello my fellow bloggers.  I’m in the middle of spring break, (teaching).  This is my second year teaching and this was a much needed break.  So while I rest and continue to grade papers, which never seem to stop, I decided to update the blog.  There is so much going on in the economy right now that it is ridiculous.  Gas prices, foreclosures, market volatility and so much more; which makes me wonder are we in a recession?  I wish I knew the answer, but with so much volatility this may be the best time to purchase a home.  Just remember, many of the lenders are tightening up regulations but it is probably a good thing.  I read somewhere that the lending guidelines were comparable to the 90’s.  I was too young to purchase a home back then but basically good credit and money down is a plus.  Home prices in Douglas are relatively low and people could probably find a great deal here.  Anyways, feel free to leave a response, maybe we can talk about teaching, or the economy or since this is a real estate website why not talk about real estate?  Either way, leave a response we are waiting to hear from you.  Have a great day.

  • Looking for listings

    Just a friendly reminder, if any of my fellow bloggers live in Douglas, AZ and you need your home listed, feel free to contact us.  We are the oldest real estate firm in Douglas, AZ so we know the territory very well.  We will work diligently for you and are one of the few firms in Douglas, AZ that have our own website.  What does a website have to do with selling?  Well it is easy, having a website means that people from around the world can see your home, which means you have a better chance of selling your home.  Believe me when it comes to real estate technology is a friend.  Again, feel free to contact us if you have want to list or contact us if you want to chat, either way we are happy to assist you.  Have a great day.

  • Great weather

    Hello all of you in cyberspace hope this finds you well.  Well what can I say except the weather down here in Douglas, AZ is fantastic!  We have had highs in the 60’s and 70’s for the most part.  Great golf weather, if only my game was as good as the weather.  Furthermore we have such an abundance of homes on the market right now.  If you want to talk about homes or even about the weather feel free to leave a post.

  • Welcome

    I would like to welcome all potential clients and past clients to share exciting news, information and playing old stories on this blog.  We have created this for you so that any information you might need is a blog question away.  Don't be shy, as we will check regularly.  Good luck and may the blog be with you. 
  • 1002 16th Street in Douglas is Sold!


    Douglas, Cochise County  -  The 2 story at 1002 16th Street has been sold.

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  • 3366 Sanchez Road in Douglas is Sold!


    Douglas, Cochise County  -  The single story at 3366 Sanchez Road has been sold.

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  • 2404 E. 8th St. in Douglas is Sold!


    Douglas, Cochise County  -  The ranch at 2404 E. 8th St. has been sold.

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  • 2 Story For Sale in Douglas

    coffee peddler

    • 2,100 sq. ft., 2 bath 2 story - MLS® $125,000 - Historical District

     -  Located in the former Zeide Building in the historical business of Douglas is The Coffee Peddler. This recently upgraded brick and stucco real estate only is ready for your new business. There is all new plumbing, sewer, electrical and a new foundation on the south side. The roof is good and the entrance is ADA approved. There are 2 bathrooms,smoke detectors and a small kitchen with in-line hot water heaters. No heating & cooling but toasty warm in winter with the use of small space heaters and cool in the summer with fans. There is plenty of parking in the rear of the building. Perfect location for a new retail shop, small restaurant/sandwich shop or maybe even a pub! Upper level could be a sitting area, small office on the main level. Call today!!!!!!!

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