Marina Mayhew Named “Rising Star” by Arizona REALTOR® Magazine

 
 

(TUCSON, AZ.) Long Realty Company is pleased to announce that Marina Mayhew of the Foothills office has been designated a Rising Star by Arizona REALTOR® Magazine, a publication of the Arizona Association of REALTORS®.

“Marina has a passion and enthusiasm for real estate that really motivates her clients. We are exceptionally proud to have Marina as part of our sales team, and congratulate her on this distinction” said Rosey Koberlein, CEO of Long Companies.

The Arizona Association of REALTORS® (AAR) is the largest trade association in Arizona, representing 42,945 Arizona REALTORS® belonging to 21 local associations. Members are active real estate licensees from all areas of real estate, including residential, commercial, property management, land, appraisal, and relocation.

“I became more successful when I realized that for me, real estate is a good synergy between art and science,” said Mayhew. “The science is knowing the statistics, inventory, pricing and the contract. The art is managing client expectations, vendor relationships and my own time.”

Born in Siberia, Mayhew has been in Tucson for 21 years. She received her real estate license in July of 2009.

For more information, or to contact Marina Mayhew, visit http://www.marinam.longrealty.com or marinam@longrealty.com.

Click here to view the complete AAR article online.

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One Response to Marina Mayhew Named “Rising Star” by Arizona REALTOR® Magazine

  1. I was cleaning out my files and ran across my adoption files which stirred up some raw memories, mainly because we lost $14K in an international adoption that never completed because the company closed before the adoption was finalized.  Marina was the President of Commonwealth Adoptions International which was investigated by the AZ Attorney General's office but unfortunately, we never saw a cent.  I would never buy a home through Marina due to her deceptive practices.  Marina told us our case was transferred to another agency but none of the fees we previouisly paid applied.  We pulled out after paying an additonal $2K.

    https://www.azag.gov/press-release/terry-goddard-sues-tucson-adoption-agency-fraud

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