Curt Baumgarth: Featured Agent in Scottsdale

Curt Baumgarth: Featured Agent in Scottsdale

From time to time, we like to feature one of our Realtors that we work with – and this week we are featuring Curt Baumgarth from Century 21 who specializes in AZ homes for sale.
Curt Baumgarth: Scottsdale Real Estate

Curt Baumgarth: Scottsdale Real Estate

Curt specializes in the Scottsdale area and regardless of where in Scottsdale you are interested in looking, Curt has the local knowledge to give you inside information like a true local.  Sure,  there are plenty of local Scottsdale Realtors and there are plenty of “expert” Realtors – but finding them both in one person isn’t as easy as it sounds. It doesn’t matter if you are buying or selling your home, Curt Baumgarth is someone that you can be sure is local and has enough experience and knowledge to qualify as an “expert”.


  • Curt Baumsgath: Scottsdale Buyers Agent



  • Curt Baumsgarth: Experienced Short Sale Agent



  • About Curt Baumgarth



Curt Baumgarth: Scottsdale Buyers Agent

Many of the people that Curt has worked with will tell you that Curt not only has local knowledge when it comes to the ins-and-outs that only locals seem to know, but he also has expertise when it comes to real estate law.

Curt has enough experience and knowledge that when it comes to working with him as your buyers agent, you can be sure that even in the stickiest situations – you are well represented when it comes to what is in your best interests.

Curt Baumgarth: Experienced Short Sale Agent

Many people in Arizona are in a situation where they owe more on their house than it is currently worth and a short sale is one of the ways they are looking to make the best of a bad situation.  When short selling your home in Scottsdale, one of the most important decisions a homeowner can make is who to hire as their Realtor to help get the home sold. In Scottsdale, if you are considering short selling your house, be sure you work with a Realtor who has short sale experience and can be there to help answer any questions you have. Curt Baumgarth has experience with short sales.

Curt will let you know what to expect all during the short sale process and is available to answer any questions that you have or concerns that arise along the way.  Curt uses all of the latest tools and technologies when it comes to marketing your home including all of the social media sites like Youtube, Twitter, Facebook and more.

About Curt Baumgarth

Curt has lived in Arizona since 1974 and has two beautiful daughters, ages 13 and 15. He has an MBA from the University of Phoenix and an undergraduate degree from Arizona State University in Sociology.

Before becoming a Real Estate Agent, Curt was in law enforcement and enjoyed serving the local community.

Curt has been involved with various aspects of Real Estate for eight years and with a wide base of experience he is able to leverage his knowledge and love for the Phoenix area to help his clients have a world-class advocate at their side when buying or selling their home.

Curt Baumgarth’s Contact Info

Century 21 All Star Realtors
Real Estate Agent
430 W Warner Rd #122
Tempe, AZ 85284

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Calling All Agents in the Phoenix Market

Don’t forget that tomorrow (Thursday March 20th) I’m hosting a mortgage seminar for real estate agents who wish to survive the current market. FHA loan is all the rage, and Canadians are  coming down in droves – as an agent you need to know the lending climate so you can convert inquiries into closed transactions!

I’ll cover the following topics:

  • FHA loans keep market alive (Seller contributions, down payment grants and gifts)
  • VA loans… sometimes the only alternative!
  • Foreign Nationals Program
  • Declining Markets… how this affects your buyers
  • Latest guideline revisions from Fannie and Freddie
  • The latest on the Credit crunch

Not only that I’m providing lunch – free! Come hungry – but also come hungry to learn.

Learn more about the Mortgage Seminar for Real Estate Agents.

Realtors – Short on Time? One BIG tip to Maximize your Productivity…

Guest Writer Jennifer FurrierYou are not alone if you feel like there just aren’t enough hours in the workday. Utilizing this POWERFUL tip, will help you get more accomplished in your busy day, giving you more time for what you really want to be working on. And just a warning, you may cringe and fight me on this one, but first, hear me out…


Time ManagementOften times, checking our email is not a top priority, but instead, our clever way of looking for something more interesting than the task at hand or our sneaky way of delaying the start of something more important.

It is easy to spend thirty minutes here and twenty minutes there on email, but how much is actually being accomplished when we’re doing that?

We all know the eighty/twenty rule, which states that twenty percent of our efforts produce eighty percent of our results. It’s important to consider that twenty percent of an eight hour day is ninety-six minutes, which is time that easily gets burned clicking around our inbox with our morning cup of coffee!

This week, when you get to the office, knock out one of your biggest to-dos for the day, before checking your email. You will thrive off of the accomplished feeling in knowing it’s only 10:30 and you already finished one large task.

Ok, let’s recap: DO NOT CHECK EMAIL UNTIL YOU HAVE COMPLETED ONE LARGE TASK FOR THE DAY. DON’T EVEN SNEAK A PEEK AT YOUR INBOX UNTIL YOU’VE CROSSED OFF A BIG TO-DO!!! If you want more simple and effective tips to help you manage your time, and maximize your productivity, check out or call 480-688-0920 to find out how you can get yourself organized once and for all!!

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