About Cindy Newton
"You seemed genuinely interested in assisting us and that is a very ‘rare’ commodity to be found in any industry anywhere!!
Prior to meeting you we had undergone a site visit to Los Abrigados which included their two-hour time share presentation. We were very sensitive during our week away of the different sales approaches taken and you definitely stuck out."
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Cindy Newton is a true native of Sedona. Having lived in this beautiful red rock country since 1965 exalts Cindy to an enviable position shared by only a few of Sedona Real Estate agents. She can inform you on many issues involving the community, such as the Sedona Community Plan and the master plan of the Coconino National Forest Service. Cindy will help identify the various subdivisions in town and explain the differences between these subdivisions.
Cindy is a devoted professional Real Estate Broker, real estate is a full time career for Cindy and her sole supporting income. She is the type of person you want representing you - personable, honest and of the highest work ethic. See what clients are saying about Cindy from the many testimonials. There is also a whole book of Satisfied Customer Service Reports available when you meet with Cindy.
Honored by Cindy’s local group of peers, she was selected as one of the top 3 of the most Professional Real Estate Agents in Sedona being awarded one of America’s Most Referred Real Estate Agents due to her satisfied client reports, high integrity and open communication style.
Having a sincere love for the Sedona area comes from growing up here, playing in the creek and forest. Today, Cindy and her family continues to enjoy Sedona's outdoor life spending hours in the forest service playground, four-wheeling, camping, fishing, mountain biking, hiking and skiing - the best Sedona has to offer and why Cindy knows all about "Livin' the Sedona Lifestyle!"
In 2004, Cindy took some well-deserved time off from her real estate career, and enjoyed a tour of the land of fjords.... beautiful Norway. Click here to see Cindy's photos of Norway.
Cindy has hiked the Grand Canyon from rim to rim diverting off the main trail to see other scenic spots - Ribbon Falls and Roaring Springs, for about 54 miles. There are lush, mossy, fern verdant waterfalls in the middle of the desert. You can imagine the altitude variances made it challenging packing for temperatures varying from 97 degrees at Phantom Ranch to a drop to 40 degrees at the North Rim. Cindy couldn't stop taking picutres as the landscaped gardens changed from desert scenes to tall ponderosa pines - categorically stunning! These pictures are used to demonstrate to prospective buyers how wonderful it is to live in Sedona and have all these various activities just a few hours away. Click here to view her Grand Canyon photos.
In 2007, a spectacular new attraction to viewing the Grand Canyon is the new Skywalk - this Glass Bridge suspends more than 4,000 feet above the Colorado River on the edge of the Grand Canyon's West Rim on the Hualapai Indian Nation. More information about visiting the western section of the Grand Canyon is available by clicking here - view lodging and tour package options.
Cindy gives back to the community by volunteering at the Sedona Historical Park and other charities.
Since both of Cindy's daughters will be in college, Cindy will have even more motivation to succeed; so if you are looking for a dedicated, hardworking, real estate professional - look no further. Call Cindy at 928-300-3738.