Staci MilesReal Estate Professional
- Staci Miles
- Staci Miles
Buyer's Agent, Listing Agent, Relocation, Foreclosure
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Besides Phoenix, the other eight include Mesa, Chandler, Glendale, Scottsdale, Gilbert, Tempe, Peoria, and Surprise. Much of the growth in real estate property in AZ—especially in the Phoenix area—is characterized by master-planned communities. Around 75% of the resale homes and 80% of the new homes in the valley belong to these communities. These residential enclaves feature carefully planned development with a host of amenities such as community pools, fitness centers, sports facilities, trails, lakes, golf courses, playgrounds, and even retail developments. Home prices in the state vary greatly, depending on size and age. In Phoenix proper, the median listing price for homes is around $200k, with significant variability. Some of the more upscale areas, such as Paradise Valley, Ahwatukee, and Scottsdale, tend to be more expensive, whereas western neighborhoods tend be less expensive. These trends, with older homes priced lower than newer homes in master planned communities, can be seen throughout the state, especially in the central and northern areas.
Residents of Arizona enjoy an excellent blend of natural and cultural attractions. In terms of natural attractions, the state is home to a variety of destinations, including the Grand Canyon, the Petrified Forest, and the Painted Desert. The Valley of the Sun is ringed by regional parks among the mountains that provide opportunities for outdoor recreation. Other areas, such as the Prescott metro area, are surrounded by national forests that provide similar opportunities. Arizona provides its residents with plenty of cultural attractions as well. Scottsdale, for instance, is known as a center for art, and boasts numerous art galleries and museums. Large cities such as Phoenix and Tucson are home to major institutions including museums, performance halls, and so on. Arizona is also home to a number of major universities, each of which hosts several institutions. In terms of recreation, Arizona is well-known for its wealth of golf courses, and many of the major cities have taken measures to develop miles of multiuse trails and acres of parklands.
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