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The capital of Arizona, Phoenix is the state’s largest city and one of the fifth most populated cities in the U.S. A major metropolis, Phoenix is known for its year-round sunshine, championship golf courses, upscale resorts, and as host to major events such as the Waste Management Phoenix Open (best-attended golf tournament in the world), Cactus League spring training baseball, and the Barret Jackson Auto Show, just to name a few. The city has become the center around which more than twenty communities have grown in an area collectively known as the "Valley of the Sun." A thriving economy, a healthy job market, and affordable, quality living make Phoenix and the surrounding East Valley suburbs attractive to young professionals, growing families, and retirees alike. Phoenix AZ single-family homes for sale in all shapes and sizes span the valley. A qualified agent holds the key to finding the best homes, negotiated the most favorable terms and price, and facilitating a smooth and successful transaction. Cathy Carter is a luxury home specialist and top REALTOR® in Phoenix with over two decades of local experience. Cathy has all the resources and information you need for finding the perfect home for your family and securing an offer. To find out more about Phoenix AZ single-family real estate, feel free to call Cathy directly at (480) 459-8488 or you can get in touch with her here.
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More About Phoenix AZ Single-family Real Estate
The Valley of the Sun is an expansive metropolis with an abundance of upscale neighborhoods and communities featuring some of the most sought-after real estate in the country. Whether want to live close to the urban amenities found in the city or prefer the comfort of suburban living, the Phoenix metro area accommodates every lifestyle and buyer. Over the past several years, the Phoenix market has continued to remain strong. With Phoenix metro area home values and home prices on the rise, now is the perfect time to buy and advantage of still affordable Phoenix AZ Single-family real estate. Phoenix home values increased by 4.6% last year. The median price of Phoenix AZ single-family homes for sale currently listed is $285,000.
As a top REALTOR® in Phoenix AZ, Cathy Carter stays on top of the local market at all times and is always the first to know when new inventory becomes available, ensuring that her buyers have access to the most valuable homes and securing an offer. Cathy can help educate you on where to find the best Phoenix AZ single-family homes for sale. She is familiar with the different neighborhoods and communities, the types of home and features offered, the best builders in the region, schools, area amenities, and so much more. Streamline your home search by having Cathy put together a list of single-family homes that best match your specific home criteria. Feel free to call Cathy directly at (480) 459-8488 or get in touch with her here!
Why Home Buyers Should Consider Living in Phoenix, Arizona
Phoenix, Arizona is currently experiencing a tremendous economic boom as more and more businesses are choosing to relocate here from other parts of the U.S. Health care, manufacturing and financial services are all solidly growing industries and technology and bioscience are also major economic drivers. Considered the hub of commercial activity in the southwest, more and more businesses are choosing to relocate here from other parts of the U.S. - fueling the economy, attracting new residents, and driving up home values.
For those who like to shop, the Phoenix metro area is home to numerous chic boutiques, high-end shopping malls, outdoor lifestyle centers, and designer outlet destinations. Some of the most popular shopping destinations include Uptown Plaza (Central Phoenix), Biltmore Fashion Park and Kierland Commons (Phoenix); Scottsdale Fashion Square (Scottsdale), Chandler Fashion Center mall and Phoenix Premium Outlets (Chandler); the outdoor Santan Village lifestyle center (Gilbert); and Tempe Marketplace and Arizona Mills Outlet Mall (Tempe), just to name a few. "Foodies" will discover exceptional dining options in the Phoenix area from classic comfort food to ethnic cuisine to five-star restaurants too numerous to count.
Art and culture abound in Phoenix while celebrating its own cultural heritage and cultures from around the world. The downtown Phoenix art scene has really developed in the past decade. Dozens of museums exist throughout the valley including the Phoenix Art Museum, Arizona Capitol Museum, Arizona Military Museum, Hall of Flame Firefighting Museum, the Pueblo Grande Museum and Cultural Park, Children's Museum of Phoenix, Arizona Science Center, and the Heard Museum.
You’ll find a number of performing arts venues in the Phoenix metro area, most of which are located in and around downtown Phoenix and Scottsdale. Popular venues include the Phoenix Symphony Hall, Arizona Opera, and Ballet Arizona, Orpheum Theatre, Dorrance Theater, and Herberger Theater Center. Concerts can be attended at Talking Stick Resort Arena and Comerica Theatre in downtown Phoenix, and Gammage Auditorium in Tempe (the last public building designed by Frank Lloyd Wright). The Mesa Arts Center supports regular independent musical and theater performances.
For those who enjoy spending quality time outdoors, Phoenix and the East Valley provide numerous outdoor recreation opportunities for all ages. Hiking, biking, climbing, horseback riding, and golfing are among the most popular activities, which can be enjoyed year-round thanks to 330 days of warm weather and sunshine. Camelback Mountain Echo Canyon Recreation Area is a local landmark and a popular hiking destination that offers spectacular city and desert views.
South Mountain Park & Preserve, the largest municipal park in the country, includes over 51 miles of trails for horseback riding, hiking and mountain biking for all ability levels. McDowell Mountain Regional Park offers spectacular views and features more than 21,000 acres of pristine desert, with miles of hiking, biking, and horseback riding trails.
Salt River also provides plenty of recreational fun with bike paths and picnic areas that surround the lake. For golfers, the Phoenix metro area has over 200 private and public top-rated courses to accommodate all skill levels from expert to novice.
Sports fans have the opportunity to watch professional basketball, football, hockey, and baseball teams, as well as offseason spring training games held in the Phoenix metro area. Phoenix is one of only 13 U.S. cities to have representatives of all four major professional sports leagues. Phoenix is the only city in the country to host an entire spring-training league for MLB, the Cactus League. Other major sporting teams/events in the Phoenix metro area include PGA and LPGA golf, NASCAR and NHRA racing, and major marathons.
Public transportation is provided by Valley Metro, which includes trains, buses, and a rideshare program. The Valley Metro Rail is a 20-mile light rail that runs through north-central Phoenix, downtown, and eastward through Tempe and Mesa. However, depending on where you choose to live in the Phoenix metro area, you’ll most likely need a car to get around. The Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport serves more than 100 cities with non-stop flights and over 1000 flights per day.
Partner With Top REALTOR® in Phoenix AZ - Cathy Carter
Whether you’re in the market for Phoenix AZ single-family homes for sale or its time to list your current property, experience matters most in a changing market. Serving the local community since 1994, Cathy provides the kind of knowledge, skills, commitment, and personalized service that’s hard to find.
As your personal agent, Cathy will protect your interests, advocate for you, and will do whatever is necessary to ensure a smooth and successful transaction. To find out more about buying or selling single-family real estate in Phoenix AZ, please call Cathy today at (480) 459-8488 or you can get in touch with her here!
CATHY CARTER, ABR, CRS, CDPE
RE/MAX Alliance Group
725 W. Elliot Rd., Suite 111
Gilbert, AZ. 85233