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Need2Know: Spirit Halloween open for season; Hertz coming to Prescott; Coldwell Banker buys Windermere Real Estate

Spirit Halloween is open in the Frontier Village Center and is hiring for the upcoming season. (Courier)

Spirit Halloween is open in the Frontier Village Center and is hiring for the upcoming season. (Courier)

Spirit Halloween open

Is it Halloween already? Not quite, but retailers are gearing up for it. Most notably, Spirit Halloween, a seasonal Halloween retail chain, has opened its doors at the Frontier Village Center in Prescott.

According to a Spirit Halloween guest services representative, the store officially opened as of Saturday, Aug. 11.

NAZ Realty bought out by Coldwell Banker

Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, a residential real estate brokerage company in Arizona, has acquired the assets of NAZ Realty Group, Inc., which previously conducted business as Windermere Real Estate Northern Arizona, according to a Coldwell Banker news release.

The acquisition means Coldwell Banker will be taking over Windermere’s offices in Prescott and Prescott Valley.

Former Windermere broker-owner Ed Pattermann will affiliate with Coldwell Banker in a management capacity, as branch manager of the Prescott and Prescott Valley offices.

The 58 real estate agents formerly affiliated with NAZ Realty Group have been invited to affiliate with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage and remain with the newly acquired offices.

“Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage’s innovative technology, educational resources and business programs and services offered to agents not only help them to succeed, but ultimately benefit their clients,” Pattermann said.

“Our future success is guaranteed with this relationship.”


Hertz is locating in the Depot Marketplace, on the north end of the shopping center. (Courier)

Hertz coming to Prescott this fall

Hertz, an American car rental company, is planning on opening a location in the Depot Marketplace in Prescott.

The company will soon begin renovating a space on the north end of the shopping center and will likely be open by fall 2018, said Dan Frederiksen with Arizona Commercial, which manages the Depot Marketplace.

“They will have a small fleet of cars that are available on site to rent,” Frederiksen said.

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