Paula Hunter

I am the Associate Broker here at Betty Hunter Realty.
I have grown up with real estate as it has been a part of my family for the past 45 years. My husband and I recently moved back to the Parker area in 2007 to join Betty Hunter Realty.

After 20 years in the San Jacinto Mountains operating a commercial horse facility we decided to warm up in our gorgeous Sonoran Desert.

I especially enjoy working with the first time home buyer, taking my time to explain each step in the road to home ownership.

I also have much experience in bank foreclosures, short sales and the processes of the past several years that relate to the unfortunate economic real estate downturn.

I am a “get it done” type Broker and will work hard to earn your continued trust. SE HABLA UN POCO ESPANOL!!
Associate Broker
Cell: (951) 314-5443


History of Parker

Founded in 1908, the town was named after Ely Parker, the first Native American commissioner for the U.S. government. The original town site of Parker was surveyed and laid out in 1909 by a railroad location engineer by the name of Earl. H. Parker for the Arizona & California Railway. However, the town’s name and origin began when a post office was established January 6, 1871, on the Colorado River Indian reservation to serve the Indian agency.[3]

Providing a superior level of informed, professional real estate services
to buyers and sellers in the greater Parker area.

Bouse Office
Jefery W. Johnson, Broker

Paula Hunter Associate Broker

Timothy Huhtala Sales Associate

Colorado River Real Estate in Bouse, Arizona.
Making dreams in La Paz County a reality since 1970.