Arizona Real Estate News
There are nearly 240,000 people that call Gilbert, Arizona their home. This suburb of Phoenix takes up about 76 square miles. Gilbert has the distinction of being one of the fastest growing municipalities within the United States, plus it is one of the top 25 safest U.S. cities. This makes it a great place to live and start a family. There is a near perfect split between men and women. The average household income for the area is more than $100,000. In and around the Gilbert area, there are alsread more..
Looking to make the move out west? It’s not all flat desert out here—Phoenix, Arizona is a major metropolis that’s home to more than 1.5 million people! As the sixth most populous city in the country, you can expect to find everything you might ever want here. That includes plenty of LGBT neighbors. Phoenix is a very gay-friendly city that welcomes people of all walks of life with its 300+ days of sunshine and perfect weather. There’s a lot do to outdoors in Phoenix. Youread more..
Surrounded by gorgeous deserts and a number of national parks, Tucson, Arizona, looks like a painting come alive. The city is known for its gorgeous sights, unique architecture, and its Native American influence. The city is home to more than 520,000 people, and the metro area surrounding it is even larger. Tucson is home to the University of Arizona and Davis-Monthan Air Force Base. Both employ a large number of residents. The tourism and technology industries are both very strong in Tucson&mdread more..
If you’re moving to Arizona, you might think about settling down in Scottsdale. This city has grown from a mere 2000 when it was incorporated in 1951 to more than 230,000. It’s been called Arizona’s version of South Beach due to its active night life. The fact that it’s near Phoenix and many other suburbs makes it a great place for commuters. The city has been named as one of the Most Livable and is often known for its golf course; in fact, tourismread more..
Peoria, Arizona (not to be confused with the city of the same name in Illinois), is a good sized city in terms of both land size and population. It’s also one of the top cities to live in according to Money Magazine, which has put Peoria on its Top 100 Places to Live list several times. The city has continued to grow to this day, annexing more land and adding more businesses and shopping districts. Peoria is part of the Phoenix metro area’s West Valley, which includes Glread more..
Tempe, Arizona, is home to more than 150,000 people. This city is on the East Valley side of the Phoenix metro, which means that even though it’s not home to a huge number of people, residents can easily get to everything Phoenix offers. The city is home to a number of businesses, including the headquarters of the American Airlines Group and Arizona State University. The city also has many different shopping areas, an active nightlife, and a performing arts building desigread more..
The city of Mesa, Arizona, is home to more than 400,000 people, and it’s considered a part of the Phoenix metro area. Some residents, in fact, commute to Phoenix, Tempe, and other areas. However, many work in Mesa itself, where Boeing and Banner Health Systems employ a large number of people. Mesa’s small town atmosphere (despite the fact that it’s definitely not a small town) is very welcoming to many LGBT people, plus its fairly affordable housing is definitely aread more..
Glendale, Arizona, is a good sized city with a population of more than 225,000 people. It’s situated northwest of the larger Phoenix, AZ, metro area. The city is called the antique capital of the state thanks to the many antiques dealers that make their home in the city. Besides antiquing, Glendale is known as the location of Midwestern University, its historic properties, and its chocolate festival. Glendale is a mixture of these historic homes and some new modern develread more..
Gilbert, Arizona, is technically classified as a town, but it’s the most populous town in the country with more than 200,000 people. Much of its population has moved to Gilbert within the last 30 years—in 1980, the town had less than 6,000 residents. This high growth rate has much to do with the town’s economy, which has transformed from mostly agriculture to more diverse offerings. Today, education, healthcare, and technology make up the city’s largestread more..
Chandler, Arizona, is one of the largest cities in the state with over 230,000 people. It’s a major suburb of Phoenix, and its residents can reach everything the larger city has to offer via a short car ride. Chandler is home to a number of branches of different technology companies, including Intel, Ebay, and Microchip Technology. The city is also known for being home to the Ostrich Festival and was once home to many ostrich farms. There is no main LGBT neighborhood inread more..
Tucson, Arizona, is the second-largest city in the state. The city is nicknamed Optics Valley because of the many companies in the city that operate in the optics industry, and many of its residents work in this area. Tucson is the county seat of Pima County, the only county in which residents overwhelmingly voted against the state’s gay marriage ban of 2013. Because it’s the home of most of the more liberal-minded residents of Arizona, Tucson doesn’t have much ofread more..
Phoenix, Arizona, is the largest city and capital of the state. It’s home to almost 1.5 million people, making it the most populous capital city in the U.S. Phoenix is also home to a good sized LGBT population, and there are a few different neighborhoods where we have gathered. Camelback East is a historic neighborhood home to many who subscribe to the Bohemian lifestyle. Camelback is a great area if you’re looking for a fun, established LGBT community. Noteread more..
Gilbert, Arizona is located just southeast of Phoenix. This 76 square miles of suburban sophistication is situated near the Canals of Consolidation and the Riparian Preserve of Water Ranch. This gives the area a little more waterfront than most irrigated agricultural desert towns. It used to be a remote hay farming community that was run by a Mormons. Now it has been named as the fastest growing municipality in the United States from 1990-2003 and the fourth fastest growing since 2009.&nbread more..
Mesa, Arizona is situated about twenty miles east of Phoenix in the East Valley section of the Phoenix Metropolitan Area. This is a huge residential and commercial area that is bordered by Tempe to the West, the Apache Junction on the east, Chandler and Gilbert to the south and the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community to the North. It is the third largest city in Arizona and is home to 439,041 people. This is a peaceful city with a low crime rate so you don’t hear much aboread more..
Tucson is the second largest city in Arizona, located southeast of Phoenix and just sixty miles north of the Mexican and U.S. border. The area has many beautiful communities, some of which overlap the city limits. These include; Casas Adobes, Catalina Foothills, Tortilla, Sahara, Vail, New Pascua and Tanque Verd. Good Old Pueblo, as the city is sometimes called is located at the base of a volcanic mountain. According to Best Places statistics Tucson, especially in the zip code of 85756 haread more..
Tucson, Arizona is one of Advocate Magazines top recommended cities and is on our list as well simply because the local government has many pro gay laws and policies, a domestic partner orientation and a very active LGBT community. It was voted one of the top places for members of the LGBT community to live in 2007, and Tucson is still going strong. The reasons for the positive vote by The Advocate were low housing prices, beautiful architecture and also a stable job market. Tread more..
Phoenix is a huge metropolis in Arizona that is located where the Salt River and Gila River Meet. It is located in the Sonoran Desert and has very high temperatures in the summer that often soar over 100 degrees Fahrenheit. The city is organized in an unseal way. There are fifteen urban villages in the city including Alhambra, Ahwatukee Foothills, CamelbackEast, Central City, Deer Valley, Desert View, Encato, Estrella and others. It also has downtown, midtown and directional districtread more..
Gay realtor Tucson sees this Arizona city as a mecca for different Southwestern home architecture and design. Many of the homes here are hybrids of the modern with the ancient. Older adobe style homes have merged with the contemporary to create real gems that are perfect for the weather extremes associated with desert living. Many of the newer versions of the Spanish mission and adobe homes familiar to the southwest now have wind mills and solar energy which means that many of these homes can ruread more..
Real estate experts say metro Phoenix home prices could climb more than 10 percent annually during the next three years. The Phoenix area's median home price jumped 35 percent during the past year, The Arizona Republic reported. Source: The Arizona Republic GayRealEstate.com ~ Gay Realtors Phoenix bringing our LGBT community the top residential real estate stories coast-to-coast, and in your neighborhood! Click here for a FREE list of gay realtors, lesbian realtors, gay mortgage lendersread more..
Starts for new homes rose 2.3 percent in August, continuing a trend of real estate improvements that have been steady yet slow in the U.S. Bloomberg reported the jump was the best pace the new home construction market has posted in two years. The rate is equal to 750,000 homes of annual construction. Arizona, which was at the forefront of the housing collapse, has seen increased gains in new and existing home sales. Those in the housing industry believe low mortgage rates and lower prices haveread more..
Phoenix is the largest city in Arizona and gay realtor Phoenix wants you to note that though it is home to many it is also home to many amazing mid-century modern treasures. The metropolitan area is referred to as the “Valley of the Sun” and consists of many distinct regions and districts. However this is not a compact city with a café society ~ the neighborhoods are strung out over a series of highways that stretch out into the desert. Downtown Phoenix is home toread more..