Scott Wolf

With a strong background in marketing, branding, and graphic design, Scott Wolf brings his incomparable work ethic and passion for Arizona’s luxury real estate to The Agency.

Originally from West Bloomfield, Michigan, Scott has always had an affinity for real estate, architecture, and design, getting his start in the industry after college working for an Arizona developer focused on luxury, mid-rise condominium developments. It was through this opportunity that Scott was introduced to the partners of The Agency’s Arizona office, Raul Siqueiros and Jack Luciano, who served as trusted mentors as he made the transition to becoming an agent. Specializing in luxury listings in Scottsdale and Paradise Valley, Scott looks forward to leveraging his marketing and negotiating skills to serve a discerning clientele across the Valley and beyond.

A graduate of Michigan State University’s School of Communication Arts, Scott is actively involved with a number of philanthropic causes, including Jewish Federation of Greater Phoenix, Mental Health America Arizona, National Multiple Sclerosis Society, The USA Hockey Foundation, and Hockey Fights Cancer. When he’s not serving his clients or community, he enjoys playing hockey, wakeboarding, hiking, working out, cooking, traveling, graphic design, and spending time with family and friends.
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My SOLD Listings

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7350 E. Woodsage Lane 85258 SL17-05879



Nestled in the guard gated community of Gainey Village Villas awaits this full remodel with a split floor plan and serene backyard. An expansive great room with soaring ceilings and a picturesque wall of windows frames a special view. With separate living s...

20422 N. 55th Avenue 85308 LL17-05659



Situated in the highly sought-after community of Arrowhead Lakes, indulge yourself in the lakeside lifestyle one would dream of. This gorgeous, newly renovated waterfront residence comes significantly upgraded, with elegant granite countertops, stainless s...

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