The most expensive homes sold in metro Phoenix last week

The chairman of a international human resource consulting firm, the chairman of a real estate investment company, the president of an aviation parts company, a family of doctors, a chartered financial analyst, the creator of the Drudge Report and an inventor are among the buyers and sellers in this week’s priciest home sales.

Expensive Homes

$5,800,000

Jeffrey and Sarah Joerres paid cash for a 9,471-square-foot home built in 1990 on the northeast edge of the Desert Mountain Golf Club-Renegade Course in Scottsdale. Jeffrey Joerres is executive chairman of ManpowerGroup, a multinational human resource consulting firm headquartered in Milwaukee. The home was sold by Alvin and Eugenia Wolff. Alvin Wolff is chairman of The Wolff Co., a real estate investment company headquartered in Scottsdale.

$2,775,000

Michael Bianco bought a 5,064-square-foot home with pool built in 2014 at Del Ray Estates in the Arcadia neighborhood of Phoenix. Bianco is president of AvAir Inc., a provider of aftermarket aviation parts headquartered in Chandler. The home was sold by Eugene and Carrie Hancock.

$2,450,000

Robert and Kimberley Dodenhoff purchased a 7,572-square-foot home with pool built in 2002 on the east side of the Country Club at DC Ranch in Scottsdale. Robert Dodenhoff, M.D., is a radiologist practicing in the Valley. Kimberley Dodenhoff is an anesthesiology nurse. The home was sold by Jeffrey and Stacy Koch. Jeff Koch is a chartered financial analyst. He served as portfolio manager of SEI Institutional Investments Trust-Long Duration Fund; founded and served as CEO at Launch Equity Partners in Scottsdale; and serves as portfolio manger and director of several fixed income portfolios and investment firms.

$1,900,000

Matt Drudge, using his Moon Traveler, Florida LLC, paid cash for a 2,939-square-foot home with pool built in 1955 at Los Vecinos in the Arcadia neighborhood of Phoenix. Drudge is the creator and editor of the Drudge Report, an online news aggregator. The home was sold by Marcus Shotey using his Arizona LLC. Shotey was CEO of TayMac Corp. until it was sold to Hubbell in 2012. He developed innovative products found on shelves in every Home Depot, Lowes, Walmart and ACE stores.

$1,675,000

Christopher and Katy Schuman bought a 6,045-square-foot home with pool built in 1987 at Tatum Canyon in Paradise Valley. Chris Schuman is a principal and director of operations at James Thomas Productions Events & Entertainment in Manhattan Beach, Calif. The home was sold by Richard Burnham using his trust. Burnham, a commercial litigation attorney, is a founding member of Gammage & Burnham law firm in Phoenix.

Researched by John McLean and The Information Market.

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