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Phoenix Arizona homes for sale
The Active real estate market in Phoenix AZ home listings for sale. Phoenix homes currently on the market.
Phoenix homes for sale
About Phoenix Arizona
Phoenix is a very large municipality, both in population and in size. Phoenix is the capitol of the State of Arizona, as well as the seat of Maricopa County. In 2020, Phoenix had a population of 4.85 million people residing in an area comprised of 518 square miles.
There are many distinct neighborhoods throughout the borders of Phoenix. Among them are communities such as Desert Ridge and Aviano; The Biltmore, Arcadia, Kierland, Moon Valley, Stetson Valley, Camelback Ranch, South Mountain, and Norterra. Similarly, there are also Urban Villages within Phoenix. These include Ahwatukee, Alhambra, Camelback East, Central City, Deer Valley, Desert View, Encanto, Estrella, Laveen, Maryvale, North Gateway, North Mountain, Paradise Valley (of Phoenix), Rio Vista, and South Mountain.
Things To Do in Phoenix, Arizona
A few places I always recommend to my family and clients to visit are:
Well of course we start with the Phoenix Zoo. One of the iconic places in Phoenix with a long list of accolades and events to make every visit memorable. Even giraffes that participate in family photos!
Phoenix homes real estate market activity
The Phoenix housing market is always evolving and cyclical. You need an experienced agent to help you, and Patricia Roos has that needed knowledge by having years of helping buyers and sellers reach their goals in real estate! Because the Phoenix area is always adding residents, our market is constantly growing, and is a bit different from the traditional real estate markets across the United States. A big factor in the differences is in large part due to our weather in the desert. Our winters are very pleasant, while our summers are very hot. That translates into a unique buyer pool that increases from November through March causing neighborhoods where “snowbirds” flock, to get highly competitive. This is in contrast to the rest of the country where winter is typically much slower. Market activity for Phoenix homes for sale over the last year.
Phoenix Real Estate Market
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