Allison Cahill, Esq.
Principal at Allison Cahill & Partners Luxury Properties
Berkshire Hathaway Certified Luxury Specialist
Allison has lived in Scottsdale for over 10 years with her family.
Prior to moving to Scottsdale, Allison practiced in Chicago as a corporate attorney. This has given her an edge in negotiating and analyzing market trends. When the real estate market was at an all time low, she started purchasing investment properties. Soon thereafter, friends and family began to ask her for advice on investing in real estate. She decided to begin a full-time career in real estate focusing on investment and luxury properties.
She works with private clients advising them on diversifying their portfolios in real estate investments. I focus on both long-term income producing properties and short-term investment.
She also work with individuals in purchasing and selling luxury properties. She knows the market trends and will negotiate the best price.
She is very involved in the community. She worked for over 3 years helping families with children with special needs. She lead a support group for the Paradise Valley Unified School District for parents to help them deal with the daily challenges, and listening as they shared their moments of joy when their child accomplished something others thought was impossible.
She is currently on the Economic Development Committee for the Scottsdale Chamber of Commerce and also involved with the Airpark Committee. She is a member of the Leadership Circle for Phoenix Children’s Hospital Foundation. As part of this select group, she is involved in selecting where grant money will go within the hospital’s research and development.
She is a 2013 Trendsetter for Arizona Foothills Magazine. She is also a recipient of the Executive Club and 100% Club for RE/MAX. She is a member of the Top Agent Network made up of the top 10 percent of top producing agents in Scottsdale.
She previously worked on the Driving Out Domestic Violence Committee for Chrysalis. For over four years, I helped raise funds to help families find a safe haven away from domestic violence. She also helped Homeward Bound with their Derby Days fundraiser and their Old Bags Luncheon. These two events help raise money for families who have found themselves homeless.
She has worked with the Muscular Dystrophy Association to help raise funds for research and much needed advancements in treatment. She is a member of the National Charity League and served as a liaison for both Homeward Bound and Chrysalis.