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    Liz Challoner

    O: 602-290-8833

    "Experience That Will Move You"

    Born in Australia, Liz lived in England and Scotland before moving to Salt lake City where she attended The University of Utah. From 1985 to 1993 Liz worked as a 911 medical dispatcher. Having an interest in the film industry, She worked as a location scout from 1992 to 1998 on feature films such as Waiting To Exhale, and the TV series Touched By An Angel.

    In 1998 Liz moved to Arizona and started working with Pete in January of 1999. She had only planned on working with Pete for a couple weeks, before jet setting off to Seattle to seek more opportunities in the film industry, but it only took that long to realize how much Pete cared for the families he helped. And that is what began Liz's real estate career.
    Working in the Real Estate business has given her the opportunity to raise her two sons, and be around enough to enjoy it. "I know that every person we help has been taken care of like family".

    The average Real Estate Agent has no certifications and sells 1 to 6 homes a year. Liz has 4 major designations and has negotiated 1OOO's of contracts for herself, Pete and many Major Banks with precision and extreme detail to each closing. The biggest compliment anyone can have is that Liz's clients continually refer their friends and family to her with full confidence that they'll be as happy as they were. Liz is a true professional and the go to person for everyone's questions and issue resolutions.

    CRS, ABR, ePro, CDAT

    Awards & Designations

    CRS, ABR, ePro, CDAT


    We worked with Liz Challoner with the Dijkstra Group. We had gone though 2 other realtor before we found her. We took a home buying class and the instructor referred us after we told him about our horrible experience with the last 2 realtor we had. Liz was such a blessing! She helped us understand the market, our budget, our wants vs. needs, and told us to take our time. If she was unsure about a question we had about a house or process, she was all over it and didn’t stop until she had …