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Phoenix Real Estate

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by Justin Lombard Phoenix Real Estate is Perfect for Sports and Culture Enthusiasts Phoenix real estate lures sports aficionados from around the country with world-renowned sports teams in football, baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, and numerous golf tournaments. For outdoor enthusiasts, many Phoenix homes are close to outdoor spaces and parks. The largest urban park in the world,... 

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Scottsdale Real Estate

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by Justin Lombard Scottsdale Property in “The Beverly Hills of the Desert” Scottsdale real estate is located within close proximity to an exceptional hub of shopping and nightlife. Also known as “The Beverly Hills of the Desert,” Scottsdale has earned its cultural identity as a glamorous city. Many people choose Scottsdale real estate for its fabulous boutiques, stores and shopping... 

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Paradise Valley Real Estate

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by Justin Lombard An Exclusive Jewel of the Desert Paradise Valley real estate is the place for those seeking the ultimate in luxury living. Paradise Valley real estate is situated near a plethora of resorts, stunning mountains and desirable luxury home options. It is for good reason that Paradise Valley property has earned its title as the exclusive jewel of the desert. You will find that this small... 

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Glendale Real Estate

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by Justin Lombard A Thriving Community Voted one of the Best Places to Live Glendale AZ, real estate is located in Arizona’s Valley of the Sun, only nine miles from the metropolis of downtown Phoenix. Glendale boasts a reputation of being the “Antique Capital of the Southwest.” If the word “antique” is a verb in your vocabulary, as well as a noun, then you’re bound... 

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Cave Creek Real Estate

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by Justin Lombard A Taste of the Old West Located about 30 minutes north of Phoenix, Cave Creek has a rich history that can be traced all the way back to the Hohokam Indians, who hunted the lands and cultivated the fields long before the discovery of the New World in 1492. Later settled in 1870 by American soldiers, over the last 140+ years the town has witnessed prospectors, cattle ranchers, civil... 

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Carefree Real Estate

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by Justin Lombard The Name Says it All Adjacent to Cave Creek, on the other side of Black Mountain, lies the Town of Carefree. Developed by K.T. Palmer and Tom Darlington in the 1950‘s, the Town has grown slowly, but steadily, since then, but remains a small town of around 4,000 residents. Natural Beauty Promotes Outdoor Activities At 2,508 feet above sea level in an idyllic natural Sonoran desert... 

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Fountain Hills Real Estate

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by Justin Lombard An Oasis in the Desert The Town of Fountain Hills is a master planned community just east of Scottsdale that was designed by Charles Wood, Jr. (designer of Disneyland in southern California) and established in 1970. Prior to 1970 the area was part of one of the largest land and cattle holdings in Arizona. Located on 12,996 acres of land, Fountain Hills is surrounded by the 3,500-foot... 

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Surprise Real Estate

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by Justin Lombard Booming Suburb in the NW Valley The history of Surprise goes back to 1938 when rancher Flora Mae Statler founded it. Legend has it that she selected the name after her daughter said she’d be “surprised if the town ever amounted to much.” Her daughter would indeed be surprised to know that today Surprise has a population of more than 115,000 people, making it the 10th largest... 

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Peoria Real Estate

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by Justin Lombard Northwest Valley Gem Peoria, Arizona is a dynamic desert community northwest of Phoenix with more than 154,000 residents. Founded by settlers from Illinois in 1886, this onetime farming community was one of the nation’s fastest growing cities during the recent growth boom. Officially incorporated in 1954, the city has grown from the original one square mile in Old Town Peoria to... 

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Sun Cities Real Estate

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by Justin Lombard Where Retirement Living is Grand! The Northwest Valley Sun Cities consist of 3 cities – Sun City, Sun City West, and Sun City Grand. A 4th Sun City, Sun City Festival, is located in Buckeye in the far West Valley. Sun City Anthem, located 30 minutes north of Phoenix, is not an age restricted community. While there is no age restriction for ownership, to reside in one of the... 

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