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Avondale
Avondale is a vibrant city, and premier destination for NASCAR racing, education, arts, wildlife watching, festivals, shopping, dining, recreation and family living. Its convenient location puts Avondale at the heart of it all! With over 76,000 residents, Avondale’s population is expected to top off at 123,000 by 2020.

An array of shopping, restaurants, fine hotels and other commercial ventures have developed in the last few years, to complement the businesses that locals have enjoyed for decades.

Buckeye
Founded in 1888 as a 440-acre town, Buckeye has currently grown to 660 square miles with over 30 master-planned communities in some stage of development.

Buckeye offers more than homes, however. Retail centers have sprung up in recent months, with new restaurants, shopping and office space. Though intersected by five highways, home to a general aviation airport and served by the railroad, Buckeye still remains one of Arizona’s biggest “small towns.”

Goodyear
Goodyear, Arizona, recently honored with both the prestigious All-America City designation and the esteemed Most Livable City Award, constantly strives to distinguish itself. As the fourth fastest growing suburban city in the country between 2000 and 2006, Goodyear’s desert vistas, majestic mountains, master-planned communities with lakes, country clubs, golf courses, and active outdoor lifestyle have already attracted more than 66,000 people from all over the country.

Planned from the beginning with “unsurpassed quality” in mind, this dynamic and progressive city is generating a “buzz” in the hospitality, housing and retail industries.

Litchfield Park
A jewel in the Southwest Valley, approximately 15 miles west of Phoenix, the City of Litchfield Park has been named by Phoenix Magazine as one of the “10 Best Places to Live in Arizona”. It’s 15,000 residents understand why! Towering palm trees intermingle with ornamental oranges to make residents and visitors alike feel a sense of welcome.

The town center boasts a locally owned and operated collection of shops and restaurants. You can enjoy indoor or outdoor patio dining from a menu of American, Italian, Persian, Mexican, or Japanese foods

Sun Cities
Founded in 1960, Sun City is a master-planned retirement community built by the Del Webb Corporation. It’s the largest retirement community in the nation and is world famous for its active, resort retirement lifestyle and has set the standard for other retirement communities to follow. Sun City is self-contained with many retail centers and restaurants offering a variety of shopping, dining and services.

After its success with Sun City, Del Webb moved four miles down the road and launched another unincorporated, age-restricted Sun City West, a second community mirroring the lifestyle enjoyed by those in Sun City.

Surprise
Stretching along the West and Northwest Valley, Surprise is a young city that’s coming on strong! The recent, vibrant growth of the city has brought with it all of the amenities and opportunities that one could hope for in a mid-sized town.

A wholesome, suburban town, Surprise is popular among families, ‘Snow Birds,’ and retirees alike. Surprise Stadium is the Spring Training home to the Texas Rangers and Kansas City Royals. Outdoor activities abound, from the Surprise Tennis and Racquet Complex to hiking, biking, and camping in the White Tank Mountains bordering the city’s western boundary.

With some of the lowest property values in Greater Phoenix due to investor influx in 2005-06, Surprise just may be the place for you!