Arizona's desert climate has become home for many searching for warmer weather, expansive views, and of course, The Grand Canyon. Take a look below and learn about the areas I work in.
Chandler, AZ has been a community built on tradition, entrepreneurial spirit, innovation and hometown from the beginning in 1912. Chandler is an exciting place to live and work with a growing young, educated, and affluent population. Home to Intel, PayPal, NXT, Microchip, Infusionsoft and countless others, Chandler boasts a strong high tech employment base that attracts and retains high quality employees, many of whom make our community their home. Chandler has top rates schools, beautiful parks, ample shopping and a vibrant downtown area making it a destination city.
Gilbert is seeded in agriculture and was once deemed “The Hay Shipping Capital of the World.” Today, it is one of the fastest and safest cities in the United States and technically is a “town.” It is landmarked by it tall water tower at the heart of its historic downtown. Gilbert has top ranked schools, a thriving housing market, fun restaurants ,excellent healthcare and is one of the best places to live in the USA.
Queen Creek is a quiet suburban community committed to honoring its agricultural and pioneering roots. While still very much agricultural with cotton, cattle, pecan groves, Queen Creek has grown to be a strong community. It has a vibrant housing market while maintaining its open spaces which pay homage to views of the San Tan Mountains. Prime shopping, restaurants, riding trails and parks round out Queen Creek as a family friendly city.
San Tan Valley is one of the metro areas newest towns. It is nestled at the base of the San Tan Mountains with stunning views to the north of the Superstition range. It has quick access to all parts of the Valley, especially the San Tan Mountain Regional Park which has miles of hiking and riding trails. It is home to nearly 100,000 people and is growing every day with affordable housing.
Tempe is home to Arizona State University, one of the nations top universities. It is also home to a thriving job market with companies like GoDaddy, State Farm, Honeywell, SRP, American Airlines, Wells Fargo, Medtronic and more. There is never a dull moment on Mill Avenue with eclectic shops and restaurants. Tempe housing is a favorite because of its mix of architecture and proximity to Sky Harbor International Airport, other Valley Cities and freeway systems. It’s a classic.
Mesa is the third largest city in Arizona and is the gateway to the Superstition Mountains. Mesa has dynamic educational, recreational and business centers with ample parks, golf courses, community festivals and Spring Training facilities. It’s historic downtown area is loaded with shops and restaurants and has the East Valley’s originating light rail station. Mesa is sure to please young and old alike.