East Valley Cities
Ahwatukee is a suburb of Phoenix located adjacent to South Mountain with some of the best hiking and biking trails. Ahwatukee has been considered a desirable place to live by most of its residents because of the mountains, easy access to Sky Harbor International airport, lake-side communities, golf courses, the tight-knit sense of community and the top rated schools. The community holds various events including the annual Easter parade as well as various neighborhoods holding music in the park and movie night in the park events which are open to all. The homes in Ahwatukee range from apartments and townhomes starting in the $90,000 range to custom homes on hillsides with amazing views as well as equestrian properties. Homes for sale in Ahwatukee are spread out over 3 zip codes: 85044, 85045, and 85048.
Chandler is a popular and prominent suburb. It is a popular location for those in the tech industry as it has satellite locations for many technology companies, including Intel and Orbital ATK. Other top employers include Paypal, Wells Fargo, Bank of America and Verizon Wireless. Chandler is also known for its parks and recreations including an aquatic center. They host an annual Ostrich Festival and the Fourth of July Fireworks Festival which are events worth attending. Downtown Chandler is a great destination for dining, art walks, farmers markets and shopping. Chandler is quite large, reaching almost 60 square miles, making it easy to find homes in almost every price range to suit any need. Neighborhoods within Chandler offer many amenities such as gated communities, homes on the golf course, and homes on the lake. Homes for sale in Chandler are spread out over 8 zip codes: 85244, 85246, 85248, 85224, 85225, 85226, 85249, 85286.
Tempe is a suburb located near Phoenix and is the proud home of Arizona State University where you can attend a football game at Sun Devil Stadium or head over to Tempe Town Lake for the annual fireworks show. Tempe host many events such as the Rock ‘N’ Roll marathon which had almost 13,000 participants this year as well as the Iron Man competition. You can find cultural events such as award-winning Broadway shows and musicals at ASU Gammage Theater, shopping, and dining on Mill Avenue, the Desert Botanical Gardens, or simply take a bike ride on the 175 miles of Tempe bike paths, from desert trails to bike lanes on city streets. You can find a wide variety of homes in Tempe ranging from single family homes, condos, town-homes, bank owned homes, short sales, duplexes and luxury listings. Although some may consider Tempe a college town and does have a wide variety of homes that suit the college student, you can also find exclusive estates with five or more bedrooms with pools, outdoor entertaining areas, home theaters as well as equestrian properties. There are homes to suit every budget, from under $100,000 up to multi-million dollar estates. Whether you want to be close to the action downtown or in a secluded gated community, the Tempe real estate market has the perfect home for you. Homes for sale in Tempe are spread out over 4 zip codes: 85281, 85282, 85283, and 85284.
Gilbert is located 12 miles southeast of Phoenix. The real estate market has boomed over the last few years in Gilbert due to people looking for more affordable homes in newer neighborhoods. Residents of Gilbert appreciate the schools as well as the quiet and safe living they feel they have there. Throughout the year, Gilbert hosts the Downtown Concert Series, as well as various Farmer’s Markets. You can visit local theatres, Gilbert Historical Museum, dine in one of the various restaurants or relax at a spa. If you enjoy shopping, you should visit the Heritage District where you can find charming historical buildings filled with hard to find antiques and handmade treasures. Whether you are seeking low-maintenance condo living, building your home from the ground up, an exclusive estate, or a horse lover looking for an equestrian property, there is a community for here for you. Homes for sale in Gilbert are spread out over 7 zip codes: 85233, 85234, 85295, 85296, 85297, 85298 and 85299.
is considered a hot spot and the place to live for many in Arizona. The city is mainly divided into four areas: South Scottsdale which runs from McKellips Road north to Thomas Road, Old Town/Downtown Scottsdale, Central Scottsdale, also known as the Shea Corridor, runs from Camelback Road north to Shea Boulevard, and finally North Scottsdale. There is a wide variety of housing and real estate opportunities. Downtown Scottsdale and South Scottsdale were the first developed areas, so many of the homes are single level older homes. The Scottsdale Waterfront area was developed recently near the Scottsdale Fashion Center. It includes a retail, office, restaurant, and high-rise residential buildings and hosts events throughout the year including the Thunderbird Artists Fine Art & Wine Festivals, Scottsdale Public Art’s Canal Convergence and more.
has several planned developments with McCormick Ranch and Gainey Ranch as two of the most well-known. McCormick Ranch has two championship 18-hole golf courses and more than 25 miles of bicycle paths, parks, public tennis courts and several man-made lakes.
is the most recent to have been developed. In the area nearer the 101 freeway, you will find some excellent, large master-planned communities like DC Ranch and McDowell Mountain Ranch.
Whether you are looking for an urban lifestyle next to shopping and dining, or a quieter suburban feel in the desert, Scottsdale has it all. Homes for sale in Scottsdale are spread out over 17 zip codes: 85008, 85018, 85054, 85250, 85251, 85253, 85254, 85255, 85257, 85258, 85259, 85260, 85262, 85266, 85268, 85281, 85331.