PCA is pleased to have Firefly Real Estate as a new 2010 board member! Please welcome Ashla Kinnaman, CEO of Firefly Real Estate, LLC!
What is the name of your Organization?
Firefly Real Estate, LLC.
Tell us about your organization…
We are taking an innovative approach to transforming the real estate industry. Our business model gives the consumer quality customer service, transparency, and dramatically reduced fees on traditional listings. We also have a team approach to the business and our agents are on salary.
Are there any current highlights you are working on?
We are currently starting to work on a Green remodel project. We help our investors find homes to buy which they will then remodel “green”. We facilitate the process of purchasing as well as connecting the appropriate parties to assist with “greening” and certifying the home using the NAHB standards, and we then market and sell the property for them. The end result is that we help create high quality and high performance homes in the market by producing great product.
Why did you join PCA?
We joined PCA because we have the desire to make a huge impact on the downtown Phoenix area. We also chose PCA because we want to align ourselves with those who share in that vision of making a real difference in Phoenix.
What issues affect your business?
Housing affects our business. We need better quality and affordable housing in Phoenix.
What are ways for other PCA members to contact your organization?website: www.fireflyliving.com
Address: 4600 E. Washington Street #300 Phoenix, AZ 85034
Firefly is hosting an upcoming event:
“Discover Green Living Seminar”
Speaker: Todd Briggs
Todd is a landscape architect with Ten Eyck Landscape Architects, Inc. and has over 10 years of experience working in the desert Southwest. A native of Arizona, Todd has a passionate respect and understanding of the diverse desert ecology, environmental considerations and cultural heritage that define the American southwest. Todd’s sustainable design sensitivities and commitment to utilizing regional and enduring materials on both public and private projects have helped create memorable places that fit texturally and cohesively into the Sonoran region. His wide variety of work has included parks and recreation, urban redevelopment, professional sports venues, university campuses, restorative healing gardens and residential gardens.
Description: The 2nd in our seminar series designed for education, networking, and inspiration.
Date: Tuesday, November 16, 2010
Number of Seats available: Open
Location: 4600 E. Washington Street, Ste. 300 Phoenix, AZ 85034
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