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August 17, 2012 1:56:53 pm

A New Jersey neurosurgeon, an owner of a chain of massage therapy centers, the president of a business ethics education firm, an executive with an international IT company and the owner of a auto custom seat cover company in Winnipeg, Manitoba, are among the buyers in this week's priciest home sales.

$2,525,000

Dr. Paul S. Saphier, M.D., bought a 7,423-square-foot home with pool built in 2008 at Bradley Acres in Paradise Valley. Saphier is a New Jersey neurosurgeon specializing in the treatment of neurovascular disorders such as intracranial aneurysms, vascular malformations and strokes. The home was sold by Brian Soukup, as principal of Soukup Investments, a Colorado limited liability company. Brian Soukup is a property manager and real estate broker who is the principal of Old Town Square Properties in Fort Collins, Colo. He also owns and operates cattle ranches in Colorado and Montana. In May, he paid $3.07 million for a 9,147-square-foot home on the east side of the Silverleaf Club in Scottsdale.


$2,325,000

Jonathan and Bonnie Brovitz purchased a 4,245-square-foot home with pool built in 1978 in the gated community of Finisterre in Paradise Valley. Johnathan Brovitz is the president and CEO of Desert Massage Companies (operating under the name Massage Envy), a group of massage therapy centers located in the Valley. The home was sold by Clayton Coady, principal of Bark Avenue Animal Hospital LLC. He is also the owner of Applewood Pet Resort in Paradise Valley and is an American Kennel Club judge of numerous dog breeds.

$1,900,000

Timothy P. Erblich and Anne L. Davy, as trustees of the Erblich-Davy Revocable Trust, bought a home at La Maza Villa in Scottsdale. Tim Erblich is president of Corpedia, a NYSE Euronext Company in Phoenix that provides governance, risk and compliance education, communication, and advice. The home was sold by William and Andra Miller, as general partners of the William A. Miller Family Limited Partnership. Bill Miller is a real estate and litigation lawyer practicing in Scottsdale.

$1,731,000

Larry and Meghan Koch bought a 4,808-square-foot home with pool built in 1992 at Armageddon Place in Paradise Valley. Larry Koch is an assistant vice president at the Scottsdale office of EMC, an information technology consulting and service company headquartered in Hopkinton, Mass. The home was sold by Dorsey and Joyce Lynch. Dorsey Lynch is managing member of Petroglyph Development LLC and a real-estate investor.

$1,600,000

Irv Applebaum and Richard Beamish, as trustees of the Applebaum Vacation Trust, paid cash for a three-bedroom, three-bath, 5,785-square-foot home with pool built in 1984 at Lincoln Ridge in Paradise Valley. Irv Applebaum is CEO of FIA Inc. in Winnipeg, Manitoba, a provider of custom automobile seat covers and accessories. Richard Beamish is an attorney with Tapper Cuddy in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The home was sold by Carlos Reeberg and his wife, Christine Kuslich. Reeberg is a physical therapist practicing in the East Valley. Kuslich, Ph.D., is chief scientific officer, high value diagnostics at GE Healthcare, Medical Diagnostics.

Researched by John McLean and the Information Market.

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Metro Phoenix top home sales of the week May 11, 2011


May 11, 2011 2:19:34 pm

A principal of an auto dealership, an investor from Oklahoma, a software architect for Microsoft Corp., a Chicago real-estate developer, a chairman of a network-integration company and the president of a window-replacement company are among the buyers and sellers in this week's priciest home sales.

$3,200,000.

Maureen Dawson of Vancouver, British Columbia, as trustee of the MBG Dawson Trust, paid cash for a 6,588-square-foot home with a pool built in 2004 in Red Rock at the base of Camelback Mountain in Phoenix. The home was sold by John R. O'Malley, managing partner of Camelback Toyota in Phoenix. O'Malley paid $4.65 million for the property in 2006.

$2,550,000.

Jerry B. Baker, as trustee of the Jerry B. Baker Revocable Trust, paid cash for a 6,128-square-foot home with a pool built in 2006 on the northern side of the Desert Mountain-Renegade Golf Course in Scottsdale. Jerry Baker is an investor from Tahlequah, Okla. The home was sold by Englander Triangle Inc., a Michigan-based corporation in Scottsdale, whose principals are Barrett and Sybil Wayburn.

$2,500,000.

Christopher W. Brumme and Kathryn L. Brumme, as trustees of the Brumme Family Revocable Trust, purchased an 8,044-square-foot home with a pool built in 1961 in the gated Clearwater Hills enclave in Paradise Valley. Christopher Brumme is a software architect for Microsoft in Redmond, Wash. The home was sold by 4501 Lakeside LLC, whose members are Donald J. Gianone and Kelly Mamoney. Donald Gianone is a real-estate developer in Chicago.

$2,100,000.

William S. Strang and his wife, Margaret, paid cash for a 4,080-square-foot home with a pool on the northern end of the Silverleaf Club in Scottsdale. William Strang is chairman of NetStar-1, a network-integration company in Rockville, Md. The home was sold by Nicholas A. Cogliani and Lora D. Cogliani as trustees of the Nicholas and Lora Cogliani Family Trust. Nicholas Cogliani is president of Newpro, a family-owned window-replacement business headquartered in Woburn, Mass.

$2,048,365.

William J. Laule and Deborah J. Wagner paid cash for a new home at Residences at Four Seasons north of Troon Country Club in Scottsdale. Bill Laule, an engineer, was CEO of TI Automotive in Warren, Mich. from 1996 until his retirement in 2008. The home was sold by Privada Development Associates in Scottsdale.

Researched by John McLean and the Information Market.



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Arizona's biggest real estate deals in the past week


May 4, 2011 2:23:07 pm

The founder of several pharmaceutical companies, an Internet-pornography entrepreneur, a CPA and three Scottsdale realtors are among the buyers and sellers in this week's done deals.

$4,500,000

Joseph Krivulka and his wife, Angela, paid cash for a 7,824 square-foot home with 1,137 square-foot pool originally built in 2004 at DC Ranch on the east side of the Silverleaf Club in Scottsdale. Joseph Krivulka has founded a number of successful commercial pharmaceutical management and product companies, including Triax Pharmaceuticals, a dermatology-products company and Reliant Pharmaceuticals, which markets pharmaceuticals. He founded and is chairman of Akrimax, a branded and contract manufacturing pharmaceutical company. The home was sold by Diane M. McCroy.

$3,800,000

Charles W. Billow purchased a 6,598 square-foot home with pool originally built in 2003 at Desert Highlands in Scottsdale. The home was sold by Michael J. McEnany and Deborah A. Williamson, as Trustees of the McEnany-Williamson Revocable Living Trust.

$3,000,000

PV Burton LLC, a Delaware limited liability company, bought an 8,737 square-foot home with 999 square-foot pool originally built in 2007 on the east side of Mummy Mountain in Paradise Valley. The home was sold by Cable Rosenberg. Rosenberg made a fortune in Internet pornography and expanded into a finance company and used-car dealerships. In 2007, he sold a 13,500 square-foot Tudor-style mansion in chandler for $12 million.

$2,826,500

Craig A. Langel bought a 6,583 square-foot home with 748 square-foot pool originally built in 2003 at Paradise Valley Farms in Scottsdale. Langel, a certified public accountant and certified valuation analyst, is president of Langel & Associates, a consulting and tax-services company in Missoula, Mont. The home was sold by Benjamin F. Brooks, as Trustee of the Benjamin F. Brooks III Revocable Living Trust. Brooks is the founder and president of Brooks Realty & Advisory Group based in Scottsdale, with offices in Cheyenne, Casper and Laramie, Wyo. He is also majority owner of Brooks-Clark & Associates, a general real-estate brokerage firm in Lake Havasu City.

$2,535,000

Michael McEnany and Deborah A. Williamson, as Trustees of the McEnany-Williamson Revocable Living Trust, paid cash for a 5,576 square-foot home with pool originally built in 2002 on the southern edge of the Whisper Rock Golf Club in Scottsdale. The home was sold by Herbert S. Cover and Arline E. Cover, as Trustees of the Cover Family Trust. Herbert and Arline Cover are the principals of Heureux Properties in Scottsdale.



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