Phoenix Real Estate News
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..
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..
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..
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..