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Phoenix December 7, 2022
3171
Listed
79
Avg. DOM
$303.04
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$438,000
Med. List Price
3171 Properties
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$245,000
Neighborhood: Spengler Condo Amd
2
Beds
1
Baths
848
Sq.Ft.
1974
Year Built
1
Day on Site
6496125
MLS
Great floor plan for size. Neutral carpet, tile, paint! Wonder home. Cozy fireplace for our cool winter days. Nice covered patio. Lower level unit. Community pool and spa heated for year round...
$695,000
Neighborhood: Stetson Valley Parcels 21-22
4
Beds
2F11/2
Baths
3,813
Sq.Ft.
2009
Year Built
1
Day on Site
6496144
MLS
Looking for a FANTASTIC HOME with MOUNTAIN VIEWS, ABSOLUTELY METICULOUSLY MAINTAINED on a Desirable CORNER LOT in GREAT LOCATION, then you DO NOT WANT to MISS THIS BEAUTY. You'll LOVE the FABULOUS...
$556,661
Neighborhood: Eagle Hills
4
Beds
2F11/2
Baths
1,981
Sq.Ft.
1997
Year Built
1
Day on Site
6496143
MLS
NEWLY REMODELED HOME WITH BEAUTIFUL MOUNTAIN VIEWS AND EASY ACCESS TO THE 101 CONNECTING YOU WITH THE ENTIRE VALLEY. NEW STAINLESS STEEL APPLIANCES WITH BACKSPLASH AND HARDWARE ADDED ON CABINETS...
$595,000
Neighborhood: Heights At Glenrosa Unit 1-65
2
Beds
2F11/2
Baths
1,402
Sq.Ft.
2000
Year Built
1
Day on Site
6496142
MLS
Gated community in the heart of the Biltmore area. Two story townhome with 2 bedrooms and 2.5 baths. Dramatic light-filled great room with 18' ceilings, gas fireplace, designer paint LVL throughout....
$1,250,000
Neighborhood: --
3
Beds
3
Baths
3,065
Sq.Ft.
2014
Year Built
1
Day on Site
6496186
MLS
Don't miss out on this amazing 3 bed, 3 bath home on an acre of land! Bonus NO HOA!! Walk through your elegant stone entry way and into your DREAM HOME. Tile sweeps through most of the home with...
$399,990
Neighborhood: Villages At Westridge Park Condominium
3
Beds
2F11/2
Baths
1,783
Sq.Ft.
2017
Year Built
1
Day on Site
6496185
MLS
GATED COMMUNITY, Beautiful 3 Bedroom/ 2.5 Baths with open floor plan, 10' ceilings, Kitchen features Granite countertops, Island that opens up to the Living Room, walk in pantry, stainless steel...
$325,000
Neighborhood: Deerview Unit 4
4
Beds
3
Baths
2,046
Sq.Ft.
1969
Year Built
1
Day on Site
6496208
MLS
Opportunity To Make Your Own Touches to this 2064 Sq Ft - 3 Bath Family Home - Freshly painted inside - New Carpet in Master Bedroom - Family Room w/Fireplace - 4 Bedrooms - Bonus Bathroom in...
$289,900
Neighborhood: Arrington Pl Tr A
3
Beds
1
Baths
900
Sq.Ft.
1963
Year Built
1
Day on Site
6496219
MLS
Updated 3 bedroom home. New cabinetry, updated counters, new floors, new paint, NEW WINDOWS throughout. Updated vanity, Very spacious backyard! New price and ready for you to call home!!
$439,900
Neighborhood: Knoell North 2
3
Beds
2
Baths
1,590
Sq.Ft.
1968
Year Built
1
Day on Site
6496229
MLS
Remodeled single family home situated on a great cul de sac lot. Enter into living room with wood look tile floors, Kitchen boast island, inset sink, stainless appliances and open to family room with...
$425,000
Neighborhood: Summit At South Mountain
3
Beds
2
Baths
1,756
Sq.Ft.
2004
Year Built
1
Day on Site
6496232
MLS
This welcoming single-level floorplan features a huge living area open to dining and kitchen, with a spacious primary bedroom split from the secondary bedrooms, and recently remodeled hall bath....
$495,000
Neighborhood: Regency House
2
Beds
2
Baths
1,452
Sq.Ft.
1964
Year Built
1
Day on Site
6496243
MLS
Yes!! This unit is amazing! Perched high above the clouds on the 21st floor of the prestigious Regency on Central WOW...prepare to be impressed. Mid-Century vibes start from the elegant 24 hour...
$330,000
Neighborhood: Western Homes Add
4
Beds
2
Baths
1,385
Sq.Ft.
1954
Year Built
1
Day on Site
6496288
MLS
Welcome to this single-story that is now on the market! This home has easy care front yard with palm trees. A covered front porch is ideal for enjoying a morning cup of coffee. Step inside is a...

Relocating to PhoenixRelocating to Phoenix

So, you decided to relocate to Phoenix. Or, maybe you haven't quite made the decision yet but you are weighing your options and learning a little bit about the area. Whether it's Phoenix, Scottsdale, Tempe, Mesa, Gilbert, or any of the major cities around the Phoenix Metro area, the overall atmosphere is the same but, Phoenix does set itself apart with some specifics. If you're looking to move within the city limits of Phoenix, here are some things to know.

What to know before moving to Phoenix

Phoenix has a thriving tech scene.

Move inside Silicon Valley. You're not the only big player in the pond. Phoenix, known as the Valley of the Son, attracts plenty of tech startups, headquarters, and technology operations and companies. For big Silicon Valley companies that want to expand their operations, many have chosen the Phoenix area and this has created a wealth of jobs in the tech community and the economy has certainly benefited from it as well.

We have stupid ridiculous Mexican food.

Forget Tex-Mex. Phoenix has the bomb Mexican food. Our city's diverse population offers a vibrant restaurant scene. If you're missing some authentic tacos, deep-fried chili Relleno, and tamales, you won't miss it in Phoenix.

Phoenix has an impressive arts and cultural scene.

Forget strip malls and urban sprawl and think impressive museums, performing arts venues, and theaters. The Phoenix Art Museum, the Arizona Science Museum, and the Herd Museum are just a few of our favorites. But the theaters, cultural arts scene, and galleries will keep you entertained for a while.

Relocating to PhoenixBe aware of the wildlife.

This is all subjective and it could be a pro or con. The urban wildlife in Phoenix is either perilous or a perk of living here. You'll find unique wildlife such as bobcats and coyotes, snakes, turtles, toads, and a range of all types of colorful birds that make life in Phoenix a little but more exciting. However, we do also have a few dangerous elements as well such as rattlesnakes so it's important to be aware of these outdoor critters to keep you and your family safe.

We are diverse.

We are just three hours from the Mexican border so naturally, we are a very diverse community. From snowbirds and retirees to college-age students and families. You'll find a diverse collection of nationalities, age groups, and orientations.

Beware the weather… Or enjoy it!

You knew this was coming; yes, it gets hot here. Very hot, and yes, it is a dry heat but sometimes our summers can get up 115°F, which is quite toasty, but everything is air-conditioned so you're never far away from cooling off. Plus, we have plenty of pools to really refresh your soul, spirit, and body. However, our winters are quite comfortable. The overall temperatures in December through February are in the upper 60s to low 70s with the lows around the mid-40°. This is quite comfortable for most of us. There is a monsoon season. While we don't get a lot of rainfall, we do have a monsoon season each year. You'll experience high winds, amazing rainstorms, possible blowing dust and flash flooding can all be possibilities during the season. It usually happens in the later summer months and most of us expected and are prepared.

You can forget about daylight savings time.

That's right! Phoenix is on Mountain Standard Time but we don't observe daylight savings time so you never have to worry about that when you travel around except for the Navajo Nation, they're the only ones that participate in daylight savings time but if you hate the spring forward and fall back each year, you won't need to worry about that in Phoenix or Arizona as a whole, but it is something to remember if you are traveling outside the state.

You probably won't get lost.

Phoenix is known for being one of the easiest cities in the country to navigate. Nearly all the streets are fixed to a clear north, south, east, west grid. If you get a little lost, just look for South Mountain, which runs across the south side of town. From there, you can orientate yourself fairly easily.

We do feel like we're on vacation year-round.

The Phoenix Valley is home to some of the best resorts in the country. We have some of the best golf courses, dining options, and world-class spas around and even if you choose a community that doesn't have its own amenities, you're not that far away from some public options.

Don't get used to a green lawn.homes for sale in Phoenix

This is definitely not the rain belt. Rock yards and rock gardens are the norm in this area. We're very water conscious living in the desert and green lawns just take a lot of work. But gravel yards are pretty common and can be extremely low maintenance catering to the native wildlife, flora, and fauna of the area. Embrace the rocks, embrace the cactus, and enjoy your yard that's probably different than what you're used to.

Is Phoenix a nice place to live?

Phoenix has been known as a great place to live. It's a bustling city in the middle of the desert and while it gets hot, we have a lot of ways to cool off. If you love the sunshine, warm weather, vacation year-round, and lower cost of living, Phoenix makes a great place to call home.

Reasons to move to Phoenix

Phoenix is ideal for retirees who live on a fixed income. Phoenix has a reasonable cost of living balanced with a number of amenities. However, we also have great schools, excellent job opportunities, and a variety of housing options from single-family homes to gated communities, high-end luxury properties, estates, active adult communities, condominiums, and townhouses.

What do Locals Have to Say?

"Phoenix is a wonderful city! Until the past few decades, the Valley of the Sun was a city of transplants and imported cultures. Over the years Phoenix has developed its own unique "Phoenix" culture. This is apparent when you attend First Fridays, try a local business, or go to school. The city is blessed with a diverse group of people with lofty dreams, and the passion to fulfill them. The future is bright for Phoenix, and this is thanks to our hungry spirit of entrepreneurship, creativity, and inclusivity. Opportunities in business, education, and a safe and welcoming environment for families to draw more people to move here than almost any other city in the country."

"Phoenix is famously known as the "most livable city" for good reason -- not from a place of irony, but because the community is connected, diverse and welcoming, because there is a great system of public transportation and because the city dedicates public spaces to local artists. For example, for years, the carpet of the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport has been decorated with designs by local artists. One cannot get on the light rail without seeing pieces by Phoenix sculptors! The city is laid out on a grid, so every place in town is easily navigable for tourists and locals alike. The city gets a bad rap for the 120-degree temperatures during the summer, but the reality is 10 out of 12 months of the year are absolutely gorgeous. Diverse in political ideologies, Phoenix provides residents with many points of view and communities to identify with. Phoenix truly is a livable and gorgeous city, perfect for everything from raising a family to pursuing a career." - Niche.com

Cost of living in Phoenix Arizona

homes for sale in PhoenixThe cost of living is of course all relative depending on where you're moving from. With the standard 100 for the United States, Phoenix comes in at a 103.7 overall, but is quite low depending on a lot of other things. Groceries come in at 97, healthcare at 92, and housing at about 103, slightly higher than the national average, however, it's lower than the state average. Being in downtown Phoenix definitely skews these numbers where you can purchase in outlying areas like Mesa, Tempe, Gilbert, or Chandler and find the cost-of-living slightly lower.

Income also varies greatly. For instance, if you are making $100,000 in San Francisco, you'd only need about $53,000 in Phoenix to have the same lifestyle. If you are moving from Seattle, you'll need about $63,000 with the cost of living nearly 37% lower in Phoenix than in Seattle. If you are moving from Chicago, you need about $77,000. In New York, you'd need about $41,000 and from Los Angeles about $66,000. You can see that a lot of these major areas are a much higher cost of living than Phoenix. - Check out Payscale for more cost of living averages

Phoenix Schools

Phoenix has a variety of schools and districts all over the metro area. It has a total of 29 school districts from elementary to middle school, high school, unified, and private schools. The largest district includes the Phoenix Union district, Dear Valley Unified District, Cave Creek Unified District, Scottsdale Unified, and in the center the Paradise Valley Unified District. Within these districts are dozens of different schools zoned for different communities and neighborhoods around the Phoenix Metro area. If you're looking to be within a specific school zone or district, feel free to contact our office below with your specific search requirements and we can offer you a list of properties currently available in that area.

Phoenix Real Estate Market

You'll find a variety of homes, styles, designs, and prices. From larger estates on over 1 acre or more to low maintenance condominiums, cottage-style homes, and active adult communities, Phoenix real estate offers a variety of living options for just about anyone in any price range. The median home price for most properties in Phoenix range from $190,000-$350,000. About 54% of residents of Phoenix own their own homes, which means there are a lot of renters. The median rent is just over $1000, which is extremely affordable compared to a lot of other major metro areas across the country. Whether you're looking for a townhouse in a gated community, luxury estate up on the hill, view property, one with a lot of amenities, or your starter home, you'll find exactly what you're looking for in Phoenix. Contact our office at any time to schedule a showing of any of the current and active listings for sale or let us know that you'd like to be notified when new listings that meet your search criteria and price become available. And again… Welcome to Phoenix!

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