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Phoenix and the surrounding East Valley continue to be one of the hottest growth areas in the U.S. The Phoenix metro area’s affordability, business-friendly environment, and diverse and plentiful job market will continue to attract more and more people in 2020 and beyond.  Whether you want to live close to the urban amenities found in the heart of the city or you prefer the comfort of suburban living, homes for sale in Phoenix and the surrounding East Valley accommodate every lifestyle. Buyers who search real estate in phoenix will find a wide range of residential choices from urban condos and townhomes, single-family homes in quiet neighborhoods and gated subdivisions, equestrian properties, homes in exclusive golf course and waterfront communities to sprawling luxury estates with breathtaking views. No matter what type of home you have in mind, you’re certain to find it in the “Valley of The Sun.” In order to navigate the local market, homebuyers will want to partner with a qualified local agent. Cathy Carter is a luxury home specialist and a top Phoenix REALTOR® with over 25 years of experience working with Phoenix area buyers and sellers. Uniquely qualified, Cathy has all the resources and information you need for making the best home purchase decision. Get the process started today by calling Cathy directly at (480) 459-8488 or you can get in touch with her here.

On our user-friendly website, you’ll be able to search real estate in Phoenix - the most accurate, up-to-date listings available! You can view photos of properties, find detailed real estate information, create a free account, save your search, and receive notifications of new listings that match your home criteria delivered directly to your email. Also, be sure to scroll down below to learn more about homes for sale in Phoenix, current market trends, and living in a major metropolis:

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If you would like to schedule a private showing or would like more information about any of the above listings for homes for sale in Phoenix, please contact top Phoenix REALTOR® - Cathy Carter, specializing in newer homes and luxury real estate. 

More About Homes for Sale in Phoenix & Current Market Trends

Metro Phoenix is expected to be among the top five housing markets during 2020, according to a recent report by Zillow Group Inc. (Nasdaq: Z). While metro Phoenix home values and home prices continue to rise, now is the time to search real estate in Phoenix while homes are still affordable. Over the last year, Phoenix home values went up 6.1% and real estate industry experts predict they will rise 3.5% within the next year. The median price of currently listed homes for sale in Phoenix is $285,000. As a highly-skilled and experienced Phoenix REALTOR®, Cathy Carter keeps her finger on the pulse of the local market at all times and is the first to know when new inventory becomes available, ensuring that her buyers have access to the best homes and securing an offer. 

Cathy is very familiar with Phoenix and the Southeast Valley markets of Chandler, Gilbert, Queen Creek, Mesa, and Tempe. She can inform you about the different neighborhoods and communities, the types of home and features offered, the top builders in the region, schools, area amenities, local community developments, current market trends, and so much more. Streamline your Phoenix area home search by having Cathy put together a list of available homes that are the best fit for your lifestyle and needs. Get started today by calling Cathy at (480) 459-8488 or you can reach her by email.


Living in The "Valley of The Sun," Arizona

Known for having year-round warm weather and sunshine, numerous championship golf courses, and host to major events like the Waste Management Phoenix Open, Cactus League spring training baseball, and the Barret Jackson Auto Show, Phoenix has become the center around which more than twenty communities have grown in an area collectively known as the "Valley of the Sun." The Phoenix metro area is the hub of commercial activity in the southwest as more and more businesses are choosing to relocate here from other parts of the country - fueling the economy, attracting new residents, and driving up home values.

Health care, manufacturing, and financial services are all solidly growing industries and technology and bioscience are also major economic drivers in the Phoenix metro area. Fortune 500/1000 companies based or having major operations in the Phoenix metro area include Avnet, Freeport-McMoRan, Republic Services, PetSmart, Apollo Group, Insight Enterprises and ON Semiconductor, Pinnacle West Capital Corporation, Amkor Technology, Swift Transportation, and First Solar.  

When it comes to shopping, 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. 

You’ll discover plenty of art and culture in the Phoenix metro area. The downtown Phoenix art scene has really developed over the past decade and dozens of museums span 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.

There are a number of performing arts venues in the Phoenix metro area, mostly 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.

The Phoenix metro area provides an abundance of 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.

Why You Should Partner with Top Phoenix REALTOR® - Cathy Carter 

Whether you’re interested in homes for sale in Phoenix or its time to list your current property, experience matters most in a changing market. Serving the local community since 1994, Cathy believes in maintaining close relationships with her client-family, knowing that any successful business takes care of people first. Cathy’s knowledge, dedication, and expertise in the Phoenix market will exceed your buying, selling or relocation expectations.  

As your personal agent, Cathy will protect your interests, advocate for you, and go above and beyond to ensure a smooth and successful transaction. To find out more about buying or selling Phoenix real estate, please contact Cathy Carter today at (480) 459-8488 or you can get in touch with her here

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725 W. Elliot Rd., Suite 111 
Gilbert, AZ.  85233 
Cell: 480-459-8488 
Toll-Free: 800-519-5578

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