Peoria is one of the fastest-growing cities in the Valley of the Sun. And with good reason — from well-rated school districts to world-class amenities and recreational opportunities, residents have found that living in Peoria, AZ truly offers something for everyone. In addition to all of the features mentioned previously, homeowners in specific communities in Peoria can also enjoy waterfront views and the accompanying unmatched access to watersports. Whether you are already living in Peoria, AZ and looking for your next home in the city or relocating from elsewhere, we have compiled a list of some of our favorite communities — especially for those who love the idea of living on a body of water. [Read more…]
AZ Real Estate Blog
AZ real estate blog by Century 21 Northwest Realty is your local Phoenix area real estate resource for buying, selling, renting and managing your home in the greater Phoenix, AZ area.
In the United States, cities all along the west coast are seeing inflated real estate prices due to foreign investors looking to park their fortunes into the safe U.S. economy. Is this affecting the Phoenix market and if not, is there a chance that Phoenix could be affected in the future? Here we offer our insight into how foreign real estate investors may (or may not) be impacting Phoenix real estate prices. [Read more…]
From the efficiency of cooling a single story in the warm Arizona summers to the livability of the overall layout, ranch style homes in Glendale, AZ is a great bet for anyone thinking about purchasing a home with the adaptability to satisfy any aesthetic or lifestyle. Furthermore, the financial considerations that go into purchasing a home make ranch style homes in Glendale, AZ an even more promising pick for anyone on the market. [Read more…]
Looking for new homes for sale in Glendale, AZ? With serious economic development, an exceptional housing market, easy commute to downtown Phoenix and great Glendale communities to accommodate a huge variety of preferences and price points, Glendale, AZ has quickly become one of the most booming cities in all of Arizona. [Read more…]
Despite once being known for its old fashioned quality, it’s freshly updated sports and entertainment options have made relocating to Glendale AZ a popular Phoenix suburban destination. Glendale AZ is the fourth largest city in the state and continues to grow and develop its neighborhoods as the population grows. Each year Glendale is hosting more events and becoming a hotspot for snowbirds to visit for spring training season. However, visiting a place and living there can be very different experiences. Whether you are buying a house from out-of-state, or moving from nearby, learning more about crime statistics, safe neighborhoods, and local events will help you get a feel for whether or not this city is right for you.
About 9 miles northwest of Downtown Phoenix, the city of Glendale has long been a popular suburb, primarily known for its historic districts, recreational opportunities, educational institutions and currently as home to the Arizona Cardinals and Arizona Coyotes (at University of Phoenix Stadium and Gila River Arena, respectively). Within Glendale, Arrowhead Ranch stands apart as a neighborhood with unmatched centrality and access to all of the things Glendale has to offer. Located between Union Hills Drive and Deer Valley Road, flanked to the east and west by 51st Avenue and the New River, find out why so many people are eager to find Arrowhead Ranch, Arizona homes for sale. [Read more…]
The Metro Phoenix Light Rail System is a relatively new piece of infrastructure that has had a profound impact on the real estate market along its 20-mile path. From its beginning in east Mesa to its terminal in north central Phoenix, the light rail has spurred numerous new developments, both residential and commercial in nature. And while Phoenix has long been a car-centric city, shifting demographics, the new projects built in response and the timing of the light rail’s construction are well positioned to change that and make Phoenix far more in line with other urban areas around the country. Young people flocking to college campuses in all three of the cities connected by the light rail, as well as workers commuting to offices at law offices and tech companies filling the same area mean that demand for public transportation and the popularity of the light rail are soaring. And, by extension, the competition for Phoenix real estate near the light rail is hotter than ever before. Since 2014, property values near the light rail have been increasing in value faster even than the surrounding Phoenix real estate market. [Read more…]