Scottsdale-based home watch service gets accreditation for 8th year – Your Valley

Home Watch of Arizona has earned accreditation from the National Home Watch Association for the eighth year.

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Home Watch of Arizona has earned accreditation from the National Home Watch Association for the eighth year.
Formed in 2009, the NHWA was established to maintain high industry standards for Home Watch and absentee homeowner services throughout the U.S. and Canada.
Home Watch is a visual inspection of a home or property, searching for obvious issues at vacation or primary homes while the resident is away, according to a press release.
John and Debbie Hay started Home Watch of Arizona in 2011, the release said, since they “understood what it was like to be in the shoes of seasonal and absentee homeowners.”
Inspired by the person who watched their second property for over 20 years, the couple wanted to offer the same personal touch to existing real estate customers in Arizona, by expanding services to other homeowners in the Scottsdale and greater Phoenix areas.
Home Watch of Arizona values frequent property inspections and other needs of absentee homeowners, the release said, adding the founders created a licensed, bonded, insured, and nationally accredited company as a sense of comfort to clients with unoccupied properties instead of burdening a neighbor or relative to check on while someone’s away.
Home Watch of Arizona serves Phoenix, Scottsdale, Paradise Valley, Fountain Hills, Carefree, and Cave Creek, added the release. 
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