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Mark S. Johnson MBA

Mark S. Johnson

Realtor, Military Relocation Specialist

Realty Executives Arizona Territory Tanque Verde Road

6444 E Tanque Verde

Tucson , AZ 85715

Direct Phone: 520-360-1429

Mobile Phone: 520-360-1429

Languages Spoken: English

Mark S. Johnson MBA - Biography

 

                                       

 "I love helping my clients sell their home for the most money, or buy the home they truly deserve for the best price!" 

For the last 15 years, Mark has been a successful and experienced private real estate investor, buying, selling, and renting both single family homes and multi-family properties throughout Tucson.        

  "Buying and selling real estate isn’t a do-it-yourself endeavor. You need a home pricing expert, a skilled and financially savy negotiator, and a networking powerhouse on your side. That's where I come in as your REALTOR®. When you work with me, you will be backed by my experience, expertise, and insights, as well as the support, visibility and networking capabilities of Realty Executives Arizona Territory. Whether you’re buying your first home, or you’re ready to move up or downsize, please reach out - I’d love to help you reach your real estate goals."

  Originally from New York, Mark was an award-winning medical cardiovascular sales representative serving the needs of Tucson's medical community for over twenty years.  

  A graduate of the United State Military Academy at West Point, Mark served proudly as a commissioned Armor officer. During his service, Mark was in the U.S. Army’s “World-Class Athlete” program as a top 5 ranked Greco-Roman wrestler in the U.S. Mark was an Olympic-alternate for the 1988 U.S. Summer Olympic Team. 

                                

  Mark served in the Gulf War (Desert Storm) in 1990-91. Mark was awarded a battlefield presentation of the Bronze Star with “V” device (Valor) for heroism in ground combat during an enemy engagement in Northern Kuwait the evening of 27 Feb 1991.  

March 1991, Near Nasiriya, Iraq

 

  Mark earned his MBA from the University of Phoenix, Tucson Campus. He has two wonderful children, Gabriella and Jon-Paul. Mark has previously been a board member on the Tucson Chapter of the American Heart Association. For the last 7 years, he has volunteered as a youth tackle Football coach in Tucson.

                          

 

Testimonials

 

“What you will get with Mark is a leader, professional and someone who is dedicated to getting the job done right.”

Don M.

 

“Mark is creative and finds new ways to add value to his customers. He establishes strong, lasting relationships with customers that creates a successful dynamic…I recommend Mark without hesitation.”

Gary S.

 

“I relied on (Mark’s) opinion when making decisions regarding strategy and planning. He served as a mentor to help me develop other representatives which I believe proved important to the success of (our) organization. I recall one colleague commenting that, "if you had more people like Mark you would be the top manager every year".

Michael C.

“Mark was known to be the model for a strong work ethic and relationship builder. Mostly, I have unquestioned trust in his forthright honesty and considered opinion, as I’ve known him to go the ‘extra mile’ to help develop and advocate for (people). He is truly one of the most ethical people I know.”

Robert S.

Areas Served

I eagerly serve your needs throughout all areas of Tucson and surrounding communities.

These are areas that through living and investting in them for years, are near and dear to my heart.

 

One of the areas of Tucson that I concentrate on is the Northwest, including Casas Adobes, Oro Valley, and Continental Ranch and points south. I have lived in the NW Tucson for many years, and am familiar with their growing communities, HOAs, and lifestyle. Many of these areas are newer that much of Tucson, and affordable, with New Build communities popping up in many locations. I-10 is the main access artery that splits the Northwest, either taking one north to Phoenix or South and East to access the other sides of Tucson.

Another is North Tucson/Catalina Foothills, where I currently reside. I love and appreciate the larger plots of land (often an Acre or more!) for each home this close to the city, the open feel of the properties, the closeness to many excellent restaurants and shopping, the U of A, and Sabino Canyon. In addition, the daytime views of the soaring Catalina mountains, and beauty of the evening city views are out of this world.

The variety of neighborhoods in Central Tucson makes for a wonderful potpourri of experiences. Older established homes with the occasional new and contemporary houses sprinkled in, make for diverse and wholly unique neighborhoods. Close to everything, Central Tucson typifies the friendliness and convenience of  the “Old Pueblo”. Close to the a resurgent downtown, The Historic Arizona Inn, the University of Arizona and Banner University Medical Center, and practically everything else by bike, walking or mass transit, Central Tucson’s often tree-lined and shady streets exudes the best definitions of what it means to live in a “Neighborhood”.

Specialties

 

Sellers

Buyers

Single-family Investment Properties

Multi-Family (Duplex, Triplex, Fourplex) Investment Properties

Military/Veteran/VA

New Home Buyers

 

 

 

 

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