Phoenix Homes for Sale
Did You Know?
Phoenix is the capital of Arizona and is located within Maricopa county. The City of Phoenix is the 5th largest in the United States (1.7 million people). Geographically larger than Los Angeles, the city spans more than 500 square miles.
Everybody’s Moving to Phoenix!
Ok, maybe not everybody, but according to recent reports and data, the demand for Phoenix real estate has been on the rise in recent years.
Several factors contribute to the increasing demand, including a growing population, favorable economic conditions, and affordable housing prices compared to other major metropolitan areas.
Additionally, the COVID-19 pandemic has caused a shift in housing demand, with many people moving away from densely populated urban areas to suburban and more affordable areas like Phoenix. This trend has further fueled the demand for real estate in the region.
Not Just Some Western Town
Looking to learn more about the history, artifacts, and art of the people of the Southwest (Native American and Hispanic cultures), then the Heard Museum is for you.
The Phoenix Art Museum has more modern art as well as hosting both international and national exhibits.
Don’t miss the Dorrance Planetarium at the Science Center.
The Phoenix Zoo is one of America’s most successful, privately-owned, and nonprofit zoos. It was voted one of the top five zoos for kids. And sitting right next to the Phoenix Zoo is the magnificent Desert Botanical Garden.
North Phoenix is host to the Musical Instrument Museum (MIM), which displays modern and historical instruments from around the world and collectibles from musical superstars such as John Lennon. There is also a theatre there to enjoy a concert from world-renowned groups and individuals. The Experience area allows you to play instruments from around the world.
There is the Phoenix Symphony and Ballet Arizona which are sure to please even the most refined palates.
Catch the Phoenix Diamondbacks play baseball, the Phoenix Coyotes play hockey, the Phoenix Cardinals play football, or the Phoenix Suns play basketball.
Navigating the Phoenix Real Estate Market
The City of Phoenix is home to a wide variety of houses. There are high-rise buildings in downtown Phoenix, historic districts, older, well-established neighborhoods, newer homes inserted into existing neighborhoods through infill projects, stunning neighborhoods of luxury homes that range in age from older to newer, and traditional tract home neighborhoods in the suburbs. Everyone can find something.
The Phoenix real estate market is vast and it takes a veteran Phoenix Realtor to help you. Brian knows Phoenix well and that is reflected in the fact that he is ranked in the top 3% in Arizona.