Alan Aronoff

Alan Aronoff REALTOR®


Associate Broker (AB)

  • 1880 E. River Road, Ste 120
    Tucson, AZ 85718

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Alan Aronoff is an Associate Broker with the Long Realty Company, licensed in the State of Arizona. He's a consistent top producer, a 5-Star Premier Agent with Zillow and rated A+ at BBB. Alan is a full-time, full-service Realtor with 30+ years experience, specializing in residential real estate in Central Tucson, the Catalina Foothills and surrounding. Whether you are looking for your dream home or contemplating selling your current home, Alan will always treat you and your real estate business as if it were his own.

Born and raised in Los Angeles, CA, graduated San Diego State University in 1980 with a Bachelor of Science, Business Marketing Degree. The curriculum included Business Law, Real Estate Law, Finance, Appraisal, Advertising, Market Research, International Marketing, Quantitative Analysis and Economics, providing him with a business framework he uses to this day. Alan broke into the real estate business in 1986 when he worked as a sales agent for the Coldwell Banker Brentwood Office. He sold homes in Brentwood, Bel-Air, Beverly Hills, Santa Monica, Pacific Palisades, Venice, Malibu, Culver City, Mar Vista and Marina del Rey. While he enjoyed making Santa Monica his home and selling in upscale neighborhoods, an environment of ever-increasing traffic, high cost of living and going through a devastating earthquake was weighing on him.

Meanwhile, Alan had always loved Tucson, with its comparatively friendly, relaxed atmosphere and noted it was packed with enough sunshine to make even Southern Californians envious. Eventually, he would migrate to the Old Pueblo in 1995 when he joined Long Realty's Central Office and has been there ever since.

He makes his home in Central Tucson, married with 2 daughters, and an energetic Boxer named Lola.  His hobbies include travel, yoga, playing basketball, running, photography, and he's an avid fan of the AZ Diamondbacks, AZ Cardinals and UA sports, that is, of course, unless they're playing SDSU!

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