Arizona Homes for Sale with Pool
Interested in Arizona homes for sale with pool? One of the first things you’ll want to do is find a qualified real estate agent to work with that’s familiar with the area you want to live in. An experienced, local agent will have all the real estate tools and resources to help uncover Arizona real estate with pool that best fits your lifestyle and needs. Cathy Carter is a top REALTOR® in Arizona with over 25 years of experience. Cathy primarily focuses on real estate in the Phoenix metro area’s Southeast Valley, which includes the communities of Chandler, Sun Lakes, Gilbert, Queen Creek, San Tan Valley, Mesa, Tempe, Ahwatukee-Phoenix, and Scottsdale. The region’s year-round warm weather and sunshine, robust economy and job market, exciting culture and attractions, exceptional shopping and restaurants, award-winning school districts, outdoor recreation opportunities, top-rated golf courses, popular events and festivals, and Cactus League spring training baseball all add up to a great place to settle down and buy a homie. One of the most knowledgeable REALTORS® you will find, Cathy will be able to help you explore your options and make the most informed home purchase decision. Streamline the home search process by contacting Cathy today at (480) 459-8488 or get in touch by email.
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For more information about Arizona homes for sale with pool, or to schedule a private showing, please contact Cathy Carter today - specializing in newer homes and luxury properties. A dedicated, top REALTOR® in Arizona, Cathy keeps her finger on the pulse of the market at all times. She is the first to know when new inventory becomes available, ensuring that her buyers have access to the most valuable Arizona real estate with pool and securing an offer. Cathy knows Southeast Valley and will be able to inform you about the best neighborhoods and communities, the types of homes and features offered, the top builders in the region, school districts, private schools, surrounding area amenities, attractions, local community developments, and so much more.
Cathy will set up an initial consultation with you to discuss what characteristics and features in a home and neighborhood are important to you. She will then sift through multiple databases of Arizona homes for sale with pool that best match your specific home criteria and arrange for private showings. While this may seem like something easy enough for you to do on your own, searching for the perfect home in the right neighborhood can turn into an exhaustive undertaking without the help of a knowledgeable local agent. Get the process started today by calling Cathy at (480) 459-8488 or get in touch with her by email.
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Located about 22 miles southeast of Phoenix, Chandler is a city suburb that’s both cosmopolitan and family-friendly. Home to nearly 258,000 people, Chandler is a diverse and affluent community situated in one of the fastest-growing innovation and technology hubs in the U.S. In the 1980s, Chandler’s agriculture-based economy shifted to technology when Intel Corporation began its operations here. Chandler's innovative technology base and excellent educational facilities provide the foundation for a comfortable lifestyle. The largest employer in Chandler is Intel Corporation with 2 campuses. Chandler is home to a vibrant and historic downtown, exciting cultural and recreation options, fabulous shopping (Chandler Fashion Center) and fine dining destinations, an excellent school system, over 60 parks and outdoor activities that can be enjoyed year-round, and several top-rated golf courses.
Most of Chandler is served by the nationally recognized, A-rated Chandler Unified School District. CUSD schools have been named Arizona A+ Schools of Excellence or U.S. Blue Ribbon Schools of Excellence 86 times since 1983. In November 2021, Chandler home prices were up 25.0% compared to last year, selling for a median price of $473K. On average, homes in Chandler sell after 28 days on the market compared to 25 days last year. There were 407 homes sold in November this year, down from 413 last year.
Located about 24.7 miles southeast of Phoenix, Sun Lakes is a fabulous master-planned retirement community for active adults (40-plus years) featuring a vast array of resort-like amenities. The development has five distinct communities, each with its own golf course and clubhouse/activities center: Sun Lakes #1 (the original community (gated), Palo Verde (gated), Cottonwood (non-gated), Ironwood (gated), and Oakwood (gated). Residents of Sun Lakes have access to five golf courses, driving ranges, heated community pools, spas, tennis & pickleball courts, fitness facilities, arts & crafts centers, restaurants, cafes, stocked fishing lakes, miles of scenic walking paths, dozens of clubs, and planned events along with nearby shopping plazas, restaurants, a community college campus, public library, health care providers, and more.
In November 2021, Sun Lakes home prices were up 24.9% compared to last year, selling for a median price of $452K. On average, homes in Sun Lakes sell after 19 days on the market compared to 36 days last year. There were 37 homes sold in November this year, down from 45 last year.
The town of Gilbert is located in Maricopa County about 22 miles southeast of Phoenix. Thriving in business and leisure activities, Gilbert has a vibrant Heritage District, great shopping (SanTan Village), a notable foodie scene, an excellent school system, numerous parks & outdoor recreation opportunities, and some of the best golf clubs in the valley. A youthful and vibrant community, the median age of Gilbert residents is 33.8 years with 67.6 percent of the population under the age of 45. The town's access to an educated and diverse workforce, a pipeline of emerging technologies from statewide universities, ease of market access, and quality living attracts worldwide companies to the area.
Top employers in Gilbert include GoDaddy, B H Drywall, Banner Health, Isagenix International, Northrop Grumman, Silent-Aire, Morgan Stanely, Merrill Lynch, and Deloitte, among other great companies. Most of Gilbert is served by the highly-rated Gilbert Unified School District also known as Gilbert Public Schools (GPS). As of 2020, thirteen GPS schools have earned the "A+ School of Excellence™ Award" from the Arizona Educational Foundation. In November 2021, home prices in Gilbert were up 30.5% compared to last year, selling for a median price of $538K. On average, homes in Gilbert sell after 25 days on the market compared to 27 days last year. There were 445 homes sold in November this year, down from 466 last year
The friendly town of Queen Creek is located in Maricopa County, with a small portion extending into Pinal County. Home to around 51,800 people, Queen Creek residents enjoy the benefits of small-town living close to a metropolitan area, with easy commuting to and from metro Phoenix, great schools, an abundance of recreational activities, and a low-stress lifestyle. Queen Creek is a friendly, "first name" community, where the person behind the counter is someone who will know you by name. Located just 45 minutes from downtown Phoenix and Scottsdale, Queen Creek has more than 70 neighborhoods, communities, and/or subdivisions featuring a wide range of residential choices.
Queen Creek offers convenient shopping centers, an excellent school system, plenty of family-oriented activities, several top-rated golf courses, and miles of trails for hiking, biking, and horseback riding in San Tan Mountain Regional Park (less than 8 miles away). In November 2021, Queen Creek home prices were up 32.3% compared to last year, selling for a median price of $520K. On average, homes in Queen Creek sell after 32 days on the market compared to 26 days last year. There were 191 homes sold in November this year, down from 217 last year
The bedroom community of San Tan Valley is bounded by the San Tan Mountains Regional Park on the west and the Gila River Indian Community on the southwest, with a population of around 99,894 (2020). San Tan Valley was named after the nearby San Tan Mountain Regional Park with more than10,000 acres of rugged wilderness and peaks that reach up to 2,500 feet. San Tan Valley consists largely of master-planned communities and offers the best of both worlds: Convenient access to city amenities and a laid-back, small-town lifestyle that makes the most of its scenic, Sonoran Desert surroundings.
Residents of San Tan Valley enjoy easy access to top-rated golf courses, parks, trails, and other outdoor activities, while also being close to grocery stores, big box stores, restaurants, and everyday conveniences. Students attend top-rated schools in the JO Combs Unified School District. In November 2021, San Tan Valley home prices were up 40.0% compared to last year, selling for a median price of $420K. On average, homes in San Tan Valley sell after 26 days on the market compared to 25 days last year. There were 309 homes sold in November this year, up from 282 last year.
Mesa is a city suburb located about 20 miles east of Phoenix. Home to around 538,146 people, Mesa is the third-largest city in Arizona. The Polytechnic campus of Arizona State University is located in Mesa as well as the largest relief airport in the Phoenix area - Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport. Mesa has a rich cultural heritage and is currently experiencing tremendous economic growth due to the expansion of the Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport attracting many new businesses to the area. Mesa is currently home to major companies like Apple, Bridgestone, FUJIFILM, Mitsubishi, and Boeing, among others.
Boasting a thriving downtown, exciting local culture, great shopping and restaurants, an excellent school system, numerous sports facilities, Cactus League spring training baseball, popular annual events and festivals, and top-rated golf clubs, Mesa is a great place to settle down and buy a home. In November 2021, Mesa home prices were up 25.4% compared to last year, selling for a median price of $407K. On average, homes in Mesa sell after 27 days on the market compared to 29 days last year. There were 821 homes sold in November this year, down from 884 last year.
The city of Tempe was named after the Vale of Tempe in Greece, a gorge in the Tempi municipality of northern Thessaly, Greece. Home to approximately 195,805 people, Tempe is bordered by Phoenix and Guadalupe on the west, Scottsdale and the Salt River Pima–Maricopa Indian Community on the north, Chandler on the south, and Mesa on the east. Top employers in Tempe include Arizona State University, State Farm Insurance, Freedom Financial Network, JPMorgan Chase Bank National Association, ABM Industries, Wells Fargo, City of Tempe, SRP, Honeywell, and Insight Direct Inc.
Tempe has a lively downtown brimming with restaurants, stores, galleries, clubs, and nightlife and is also home to the main campus of Arizona State University. For parents with school-age children, Tempe offers outstanding education choices from preschool to graduate school. The city is served by three highly regarded public school districts: Tempe Elementary School District, Kyrene School District, and Tempe Union High School District. In November 2021, Tempe home prices were up 18.5% compared to last year, selling for a median price of $425K. On average, homes in Tempe sell after 32 days on the market compared to 35 days last year. There were 211 homes sold in November this year, up from 206 last year.
Ahwatukee is the southernmost village of Phoenix, known for its rugged natural beauty, picturesque mountain views, and charming small-town feel. Ahwatukee is situated at the base of South Mountain Park and Preserve, stretching along its northern border. With a population of around 83,665 (2020), Ahwatukee offers easy access to outdoor activities like hiking biking, and horseback riding in South Mountain Park, great shopping and dining options, several top-rated golf courses, and close proximity to major employment hubs.
The community is served by the highly-acclaimed, A-rated Kyrene School District (Pre-K through 8th grade), one of the top-performing school districts in the state. All 25 schools in the district have received excelling or high-performing ratings. In November 2021, Ahwatukee home prices were up 22.3% compared to last year, selling for a median price of $497K. On average, homes in Ahwatukee Foothills sell after 31 days on the market compared to 31 days last year. There were 130 homes sold in November this year, down from 134 last year.
Located in Maricopa County, the city of Scottsdale has a population of around 265,249 (2020). Scottsdale’s exciting art and culture, world-class resorts and spas, premier shopping and restaurants, exciting nightlife, popular annual events, over 50 top-rated golf courses, and scenic hiking trails make it a great place to live. Most of Scottsdale’s workforce is in the tourism industry. The city has one of the highest numbers of AAA Five-Diamond hotels and resorts in the country and is home to many renowned spas and resorts including the Four Seasons Scottsdale and Canyon Suites. A large portion of Scottsdale Road in the Shea Corridor has been dubbed the "Resort Corridor" due to the many upscale resorts that line the street.
The city's top employers include Honor Health, CVS Health, Scottsdale Unified School District, Vanguard, and the City of Scottsdale. One of the largest employment centers in Scottsdale and in the state is Scottsdale Airpark, anchored by the Scottsdale Airport. The Airpark encompasses 8.6 square miles and includes over 2,900 businesses that employ more than 51,000 people. Scottsdale is served by the nationally-acclaimed Scottsdale Unified School District (SUSD), ranked among the top school districts in the country. In November 2021, Scottsdale home prices were up 20.0% compared to last year, selling for a median price of $720K. On average, homes in Scottsdale sell after 34 days on the market compared to 42 days last year. There were 803 homes sold in November this year, down from 852 last year.
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For the past two decades, Cathy Carter has been a top REALTORⓇ in Arizona serving Southeast Valley home buyers and sellers. Whether you are interested in Arizona homes for sale with pool, or it's time to list your current property, Cathy is able to provide the kind of knowledge, skills, commitment, and personalized service you need. Cathy's personal approach to the real estate process allows her to connect with her clients and uncover the right homes for them. For sellers, Cathy is 100% committed to getting your home sold quickly for top dollar, with hundreds of homes sold.
Cathy will protect your best interests, advocate for you, negotiate on your behalf, keep you well-informed, and guide and advise you every step of the way. For more information about available Arizona real estate with pool, or selling your home in Southeast Valley, please give Cathy Carter a call today at (480) 459‑8488 or get in touch by email.
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