Local Communities

Whatever type of community you are drawn to, Arizona has something for you. Whether it's land, a residential home, a condo, or something unique you are seeking, I will work to find the right home for you. Explore this page to learn more about the local communities around Arizona.


Located between 24th and 32nd street, just north of Camelback road, you’ll find Phoenix’s Biltmore neighborhood. This is considered one of the city’s most coveted residential areas, where pristine homes shoulder up against the bustling Biltmore shopping center, the storied and prestigious Biltmore Hotel and Spa, and two perfectly manicured, 18-hole championship golf courses. It’s the kind of place anyone from around the world would consider a vacation destination, so just imagine calling it home.

The upscale neighborhood is plush with green grass and generously speckled with mature shade trees. It’s also ornamented beautifully with bubbling fountains, fragrant citrus and rose gardens, gently swaying palms, and features some of the most breathtaking homes in the valley.

Home prices in the Biltmore neighborhood run the gamut depending on what you’re buying and where, exactly, you’re buying. For example, one-bedroom condos typically hover in the upper $100,000 range, while the most grandiose homes can easily surpass $10 million. In the middle, you can expect to find gorgeous homes – ideal for singles, couples and families – ranging between $500,000 to $3 million, on average. Many of these homes are securely located within gated communities, or are nestled behind stately fences, which further creates a sense of privacy, safety, and exclusivity.

The Biltmore Fashion Park and Shopping Plaza – an open-air, sprawling shopping destination – is essentially located in the neighborhood’s backyard. Also very close by are the Camelback East Village Shops, the Camelback Esplanade, and the ever-growing Town & Country shopping area. The Biltmore Neighborhood is also heralded for its 20-minute proximity to everything in the city that matters.




Paradise Valley is a town in Maricopa County, Arizona, United States, and a suburb of Phoenix. It is Arizona's wealthiest municipality. The town is known for its luxury golf courses, shopping, expensive real estate, and restaurant scene.

Despite its relatively small area and population compared to other municipalities in the Phoenix metropolitan area, Paradise Valley is home to eight full-service resorts, making it one of Arizona's premier tourist destinations.

The town's name comes from the expansive area known as Paradise Valley that spreads from north of the Phoenix Mountains to Cave Creek and Carefree on the north and the McDowell Mountains to the east. Resident children attend schools in the Scottsdale Unified School District.

Whether your interests lie with arts and culture, professional sporting events, desert hiking adventures, world-class golf courses, shopping, or luxury spa treatments, the Paradise Valley area offers truly special activities.

It’s a perfectly perfect sized desert oasis right in the middle of the hustle and bustle of Phoenix and Scottsdale. The town offers easy access to all the amenities of a major city, including high-end shopping and dining options, as well as top-rated schools.

This small populated neighborhood is also known for its expensive real estate in the Phoenix area. The median listing price of a home in Paradise Valley is over $1 million, with many homes selling for over $10 million.

Golden hour Arizona landscape, Scottsdale, Phoenix area,USA


Scottsdale, Arizona is located in the beautiful Sonoran Desert at the foot of the scenic McDowell Mountains. It is bordered by Phoenix to the West, the Tonto National Forrest to the North, the McDowell Mountains to the East, and the Salt River to the South.

Scottsdale is a desert city in Arizona east of state capital Phoenix. It's known for its spa resorts and golf courses, including TPC Scottsdale. Farther north, trails wind through McDowell Sonoran Preserve, a desertscape of hills, rock formations and cacti. Nearby is Taliesin West, architect Frank Lloyd Wright’s former home and studio. Downtown's Old Town Scottsdale has 1920s buildings and 19th-century olive trees.

Scottsdale is annually rated among the nation’s most desirable communities to live in, visit and do business in.

Old Town Scottsdale is considered the finest urban center in Arizona. It is home to more than 90 restaurants, 320 retail shops and more than 80 art galleries.

Scottsdale’s McDowell Sonoran Preserve, in the city’s northern reaches, is the largest urban wilderness area in the United States and features more than 60 miles of trails through diverse and scenic desert terrain.

Scottsdale real estate is some of the most wonderful real estate in the state of Arizona. Scottsdale is a city that can offer any lifestyle you choose – urban or suburban, family-friendly, singles or retired – and the list goes on.

Whatever lifestyle you prefer, you can find it in Scottsdale. The housing market in Scottsdale offers an enormous variety of choices from condos to multi-million dollar estates.



A highly desirable neighborhood, the Central Phoenix Corridor stretches from Camelback Avenue on the south to Northern Avenue on the north; it is bordered by Seventh Avenue on the west and Seventh Street on the east.

Because of its location at the historic center of Phoenix, there are many old homes and buildings located in the Central City Village that convey the history of Phoenix. Downtown, which includes the larger commercial and government buildings, as well as sports venues such as Footprint Center and Chase Field, is the core of the village and the city of Phoenix. Because of this, Central City Village is almost unique, in that it has a much more urban environment than the other, more suburban, villages of Phoenix.

Sprawling Central City has business and residential zones, plus the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. Downtown Phoenix is home to the CityScape shopping complex and the Roosevelt Row arts district, with hip dining and galleries. The Arizona Science Center has interactive displays, while the Arizona Capitol Museum traces the state’s history and culture.



Culture, commerce and college life coalesce in the epicenter of Phoenix. This is where you’ll find indie restaurants, live music, pro sports, craft brews and cocktail culture. Historic neighborhoods like Roosevelt Row and Grand Avenue share an urban footprint with modern marvels like CityScape and the Phoenix Convention Center. No car is required here, thanks to Valley Metro Rail. Vibrant Downtown Phoenix is a business and entertainment district, with shopping at the CityScape Phoenix complex and art galleries on Roosevelt Row. Brewpubs, cocktail bars, cafes, pizzerias and breakfast spots cluster around Arizona State University campus.

While this sprawling city may be stereotyped as a retirement paradise, it's actually so much more. Thanks to its warm weather, great job opportunities, growing population, and strong local economy, it's a popular spot for everyone — from young professionals to families to, yes, retirees.

Aerial shot of Downtown Gilbert, Arizona on a clear sunny day

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Gilbert is a suburb of Phoenix with a population of 262,249. Gilbert is in Maricopa County and is one of the best places to live in Arizona. Living in Gilbert offers residents a sparse suburban feel and most residents own their homes. In Gilbert there are a lot of coffee shops and parks.
Gilbert is central to many of Arizona’s scenic attractions. Northeast lies the Superstition Mountains, the location of the legendary Lost Dutchman’s Gold Mine, as well as the Tonto National Forest which contains scenery ranging from rugged desert to cool pines. South lies Saguaro National Park, home to the giant saguaro, a plant found in only a small portion of the United States. But you don’t have to travel outside of Gilbert to discover the outdoors. Considered the premier bird watching facility in the Phoenix metro region, the Riparian Preserve located within Gilbert features hiking and equestrian trails and provides an opportunity for wildlife and bird watching (approximately 250 species of birds have been sighted).
Gilbert, Arizona has evolved into one of the fastest growing communities in the United States. Encompassing 72.6 square miles, just southeast of Phoenix, Gilbert has transformed from an agricultural community into a contemporary, urban community with a relaxed but vibrant atmosphere.
Not only is Gilbert a thriving business community, but its access to a nationally ranked public school system, an abundance of family-friendly activities, and over 300 days of sunshine per year make Gilbert a sought-after place to call home in Arizona and the Southwest United States.

Let’s work together to make the home buying or selling process easier and more rewarding than ever.