Greater Phoenix is the fifth largest metropolitan area in the United States, most commonly referred to as the “Valley of the Sun”, encompasses more than 20 communities. You can experience history, art, architecture and great food, all while taking in the beautiful Southwest landscape and relaxed lifestyle.
Because all these communities are part of one major metropolitan area, travel between any of these cities, typically will not exceed more than 30-45 minutes, in many cases much less.
The affluent enclave of Paradise Valley, nestled against Camelback Mountain to the north, adds its own exclusive flair to the Phoenix metroploitan area. The area its known for its posh resort hotels. Learn more about Paradise Valley >>
Big-league sporting events, renowned museums and plenty of trails for biking and hiking are just the beginning in Phoenix, Arizona’s capital city and the heart of a metropolitan area of more than 4 million people. With a skyscraper-filled skyline complemented by famed Camelback Mountain, Phoenix offers the perfect balance of urban energy and Southwestern scenery. Learn more about Phoenix >>
If you’re looking for a vacation spot that’s as much cowboy as it is couture, you’re in luck in Scottsdale. This scenic desert city is home to posh resorts and spas, dozens of golf courses, and great shopping and dining – but it’s also where you’ll find plenty of Old West charm and Southwestern art and jewelry. Learn more about Scottsdale >>
Ahwatukee Foothills is one of thirteen villages designated by the City of Phoenix, and is bound by I-10 to the east, South Mountain to the north and the Gila Indian Reservation to the west and south. South Mountain Park offers miles of recreational opportunities from hiking trails to horseback riding. Learn more about Ahwatukee Foothills >>
As a suburb of the bustling city of Phoenix, Chandler, Arizona has long been known more for its vacation attributes than its appeal for business or residence. This has changed dramatically, however, over the last few years and Chandler is now one of the fastest growing cities in the U.S. The appeal to those interested in buying residential or commercial real estate in Chandler extends far past the cities perfect weather to include a booming economy, great school system and a thriving arts and culture scene. Learn more about Chandler >>
Arizona State University may be Tempe’s claim to fame, but there’s plenty going on in this friendly city just south of Phoenix. Boating on Tempe Town Lake, nightlife on Mill Avenue and performances at the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Gammage Auditorium are just a few of our favorite Tempe temptations. Learn more about Tempe >>
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