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Collaborative Connections E35

Relationships matter, in life and in business. That is the theme that ran through this episode of Collaborative Connections Radio Show and Podcast. Host, Kelly Lorenzen, was joined on-air by her client, Steve Russell, Realtor with Keller Williams Arizona Realty along with Jim Hutelmyer Loan Officer/ Branch Manager at VIP Mortgage and Anjali Patel with Tyler Allen Law Firm.

Here are a few takeaways from the show… Surround yourself with people you know, like and trust and life will be so much better. If you are thinking about buying or selling real estate, or have a problem with your HOA, talk to professionals who understand the complexities of the industry. Don’t get complacent. Always be marketing, growing and stretching yourself. It is ok to want to make money. That shouldn’t be taboo. Just do it ethically. They call it Conscious Capitalism for a reason. 😁

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Steve Russell, Keller Williams Arizona Realty


Steve Russell has worked for Keller Williams Arizona Realty as an independent real estate agent in the Scottsdale area since 2009.

The ability to make people smile is one of his strongest qualities and having this is important when it comes to finding or selling your next home.

As someone who has been selling real estate since 2007, Steve Russell knows that searching for your perfect home or trying to sell your home can be a long and draining process. So why not make it as fun and enjoyable as you possibly can?

As a top Keller Williams Arizona Realty agent, it’s Steve’s job to keep you informed and knowledgeable about the market. Keeping your family on track as we go through the process together is what he do best. His strong work ethic and good communication skills were formed during a very successful 12-year television career.

When he is not helping people make amazing lifestyle changes through real estate, you can find Steve hiking (he once hikes 100 days in row,) going to the gym or playing golf with friends.

Connect with Steve on FacebookTwitter and Instagram.

Anjali Patel, Tyler Allen Law Firm


The exceptional Phoenix lawyers of the Tyler Allen Law Firm are committed to providing you with unparalleled legal counsel. With over 30 years of combined experience, our legal professionals’ objective is to meaningfully contribute to our clients’ success by providing a personalized service in a timely manner.


Anjali Patel has defined her career as a strong advocate for small business owners and individuals, assisting her clients in all aspects of civil litigation and transactional matters.

She now focuses her practices on business formation and strategy, estate planning, and employment matters, providing creative and practical solutions to avoid costly litigation.

Attorney Anjali Patel was born and raised in the Phoenix metropolitan area and is now proud to call Tempe home. Anjali serves on the Board of Directors for the Tempe Community Council volunteering her time to address the human services needs of her local community.

During law school, Anjali interned for U.S. Representative of Arizona Gabrielle Giffords and externed with U.S. District Court Judge Stephen McNamee. She holds an undergraduate degree in Molecular Biosciences and Biotechnology and a Certificate in History and Philosophy of Science. Anjali is also a National Merit Scholar.

Connect with Anjali on LinkedIn and follow Tyler Allen Law Firm on Facebook and Instagram.

Jim Hutelmyer, VIP Mortgage


Jim Hutelmyer is a Senior Loan Officer / Branch Manager at VIP Mortgage. He has been a mortgage loan officer in AZ since 2001. Jim is well within the top 1% for loan origination in the country with over $108,000,000 in loans written last year.

Jim and his wife Kristin have two daughters Taylor and Jayden. In his free time he enjoys traveling with his family, golf, and following his favorite sports teams.

Connect with Jim on Facebook and Instagram.

About Collaborative Connections E35

Kelly Lorenzen started the “Collaborative Connections” show to bring her clients and favorite charities together to meet each other, connect and collaborate in life and business.

She hopes to build a stronger community one show at a time.

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