Happy Mother’s Day!

A Mom makes a house a Home! Happy Mother’s Day, may your day be filled with love, laughter and Memories!


Posted on May 13, 2018 at 5:45 pm
Jeanie Randall | Posted in Uncategorized |


Come see this Beautiful Move-In Ready 3 bedroom 3.5 bath Home with Luxury Upgrades throughout, Mountain Views, Resort Style Backyard with Sparkling Pool. Enjoy Mountainside Living and all the Amenities Victory Verrado! A Must See!!!!
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Posted on April 22, 2018 at 4:05 am
Jeanie Randall | Posted in Uncategorized |

Don’t Replace Your Agent With The Internet

With the influx of new technology and web based solutions, it isn’t a surprise that everything is moving fast into the era of the internet. From sites like Uber to Grubhub, we generally can pull up our phones or laptops to order what we want with ease. And with every industry being revolutionized by technology, the same methods are “attempting” to be applied to the real estate industry.

We could all agree that the simplification of the process through paperwork would be much appreciated by agents and buyers/sellers alike; but the attempt of replacing the agent by sites like Zillow and other third party resources, can lead to a snowball affect of disaster. Think about real estate being smack dab in the middle of fast food and a doctor. You can use your mobile device to quickly place your order for a $20 meal, but when it comes to getting a surgery, you’ll want to put that phone down and visit a professional. Now think of your real estate agent being in the middle of all of that. You can use your devices to look for a home, look at market data the way you look at WebMD, knowing not to take it too seriously because you need a real professional’s input, but it’s fun and gives you a general idea of what to expect. But there in lies the issue, the data online is an oversimplified version of what goes into the process of buying and selling. The same way it oversimplifies medical diseases and surgeries, you’d still expect to get a professional’s diagnosis.

Although a real estate agent isn’t quite like a doctor, the industry in it’s legalities, contracts, and processes is similar in the sense that it needs to be taken seriously. Looking for a house online and wanting to put an immediate offer on one can be exciting and fun, but the issues that require a professional’s guidance comes after the initial contract is written up and the hard work comes into place to actually make the home your own. Same for sellers, if you decide to put your home on the market and want a website that will give you an automatic offer, how do you know you’re not being taken advantage of in the price? But most importantly, how do you know you’re not being taken advantage of in other aspects of the contract? Because there is a lot more to the sale of the home then just agreeing on a number.

The next time you’re digging through public sites for homes for sale, and getting instant home valuation estimates, keep in mind that this is a simple process to give you an idea of your market. A very general idea. But after you’ve found the perfect house, or after you’ve decided that the numbers make some sense for you to sell, call your favorite real estate agent and make sure they give you a more detailed look into the market and assist you through the full process, not just the exciting first parts. Because it’s going to be in the middle of a contract when the lending is falling apart, or negotiations can’t be made on repairs and emotions are at an all time high, that you are going to wish you had put down your laptop and had an agent fighting for you by your side. Use the internet, have fun with it’s amazing resources, but don’t let it replace your agent. We aren’t in an age, just yet, where technology can do everything a professional can.

Posted on April 19, 2018 at 6:26 pm
Jeanie Randall | Posted in Uncategorized |


Ready to sell your house? Here is a few staging tips to get your home prepared for the market. When listing a home that cost hundreds of thousands of dollars, if not millions, you want to make sure it’s presented in the best light. You wouldn’t buy a $50,000 dollar car if it was filled from top to bottom in someone’s personal content and trash. This is the same mindset you need to carry into selling your home that will be worth well over a $100,000.


The best thing you can do for your home for sale is to get rid of all of your clutter! Make a rule for your home that for every new piece that comes in, one must go. One of the biggest factors to a cluttered home is too much furniture. Generally, in a professional staging, half the home owner’s furniture is removed to make the house look much bigger. Look around your house and see what you can pack away. It’ll be worth the investment to get a storage unit for a couple of months to store away a lot of your furnishings and goods.


It’s largely misconceived that furniture pushed directly up against walls make a room look bigger, but this is far from true. Instead, you’ll want to float your furniture in reach room and away from the walls. Position your sofas and chairs into cozy conversational groupings. Be sure the furnishings are placed to make the traffic flow in a room obvious. This will make the room more user-friendly and will make it look larger.


If you have a room that has only served to collect boxes or other junk, it’s important to purpose the room to something that is functional. You can make it into an extra bedroom, a small cozy nook/reading room, etc. If it’s in the basement, hid the boxes and turn it into a gaming room or family area.


Great lighting is the trick to making a staged home look warm and welcome. Most homes are improperly lit, which makes rooms look dark and dreary. There is a quick fix to this issue. Increase the wattage in your fixtures and lamps, aiming for about 100 watts per 50 square feet. Add three different types of lighting to each room: ambient (general overhead), task (under cabinets or pendants), and accent lighting (table lamps and wall accents).


The simple trick to toning down dated finishing in any space is a little bit of fresh paint. You don’t want to go stark white, but look into neutral grey and beige colors. Beige colors can also consist of warm honey like colors, soft blues and greens, and a variety of undertones that add a little life to a general neutral color. If you do want to use bold colors, be sure to only keep it on accent walls to help enhance structural features.


If you want to make a room bigger than it is, paint the room the same color as an adjacent room. For small kitchens and dining rooms, a seamless look will make the space feel like one, open it up, and make it seem much larger. Using drapes that match the wall colors can also add an emphasis to the room’s size.


Staged homes have an emphasis in fresh flowers and pricey floral arrangements. If you don’t have the money to go all out on florals, you can get this same effect by raiding your garden space. You can DIY beautiful pieces with fern fronds, magnolia clippings, and more. Use the spring and summer months to find cheerful flowers and use them in your arrangements.


So you can’t afford new cabinets? Then you can just get new doors and drawer fronts. Then paint everything to match and add new hardware to them. Instead of replacing the entire dishwasher, you may be able to get a new front panel, go for stainless steel if you can pull it off. Check with the manufacturer to see if replacements are available for your model.


Unfinished home projects can really scare off potential home buyers, so you’ll want to be sure to make required repairs. Missing floorboards and large cracks in the sidewalk on the way to your door tend to be a red flag. Holes in walls and scratched up door frames can really look unattractive. These repairs cost you less to fix than buyers might deduct from the asking price.


Aside from de-cluttering, the most important step to staging your home is to clean it. A dirty house is a quick turn-off for potential buyers. Most homes, especially with children and pets, and smokers, have a smell that may go undetected to home owners, but are quickly picked up by strangers. Be sure to have your home professionally cleaned prior to staging to appeal to all buyers that your home is nice and fresh.




Posted on February 26, 2018 at 5:28 pm
Jeanie Randall | Posted in Uncategorized |

Open House in Verrado Sun. 2/11 11am to 3pm

20639 W Grandview Dr in Verrado, come see this Beautiful Home, 4 bd, 2.5 bath, over 3600 sq ft of living space with a sparkling Pool. Priced just reduced to $408,000. #RandallRealtyAz

Posted on February 11, 2018 at 2:58 am
Jeanie Randall | Posted in Uncategorized |


OPEN HOUSE, 13657 N. 103RD AVE IN SUN CITY, Come see this Lovely & Affordable Home, Located a short drive from several golf courses, this well maintained home is only two blocks north of Banner Boswell Medical Center. This Gemini home has lawn care and most exterior maintenance by the HOA. It is a lovely 2 bed, 2 bath home that has been updated over the last 10 years. It has the ability to park your golf cart inside. Fruit trees are in the back yard and also maintained by the HOA but you can have your fill of the fruit. A MUST SEE!!!

Posted on February 6, 2018 at 7:50 pm
Jeanie Randall | Posted in Uncategorized |

Things to do in February

Posted on February 1, 2018 at 7:21 pm
Jeanie Randall | Posted in Uncategorized |

Things to do in October

Posted on September 28, 2017 at 1:47 am
Jeanie Randall | Posted in Things to Do |

OPEN HOUSE, SEPT. 17th 2017, 1pm-4pm

17279 W Madison St in Goodyear, MLS # 5645200, $269,900.  Come see this BEAUTIFUL 4bd, 2.5 bath, 2673 sq ft Home, located on a Cul De Sac lot, A MUST SEE! Call Jeanie Randall 623 308 9810 for a private showing.
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Posted on September 16, 2017 at 3:07 am
Jeanie Randall | Posted in Uncategorized |