Find the newest Scottsdale homes for sale & real estate listings in Scottsdale AZ below! Scottsdale, Arizona is a unique residential real estate market in the Phoenix metro area. It is best known for high-end real estate, Five-Star Resorts, top golf courses and large events such as the Phoenix Open and the Barrett-Jackson Car Auction.
While demand in other cities is affected by employment and affordability, demand in Scottsdale is affected more by stock portfolio performance, corporate profits and the availability of jumbo financing. With much of Maricopa County’s demand centered around the distressed market, Scottsdale still holds its own with consistent demand despite the lack of foreclosure inventory available.
If you have any questions regarding this high-demand market, feel free to contact our Scottsdale Homes Team of experts. Our office is located in the heart of Scottsdale (Gainey Ranch), and we stand ready to help guide you through your home selling/buying process.
Nestled in the breathtaking Sonoran Desert with Phoenix to the west and the McDowell Mountains to the east, the wonderful City of Scottsdale, Arizona, is a great place to buy a home. Scottsdale is home to a multitude of truly impressive communities that have been repeatedly rated as the most desirable in the nation in which to live, work and play. Known as “The West’s Most Western Town,” Scottsdale is a unique city composed of 184.5 square miles in the prestigious Maricopa County. Home to around 224,800 residents, Scottsdale was incorporated in 1951 and has grown steadily, now boasting amazing and abundant real estate options for buyers in all price ranges.
Scottsdale has amazing homes for sale and is one of the top ten luxury home markets in the United States. Whether you are looking for an investment property, vacation home or primary residence, you’ll love the real estate options in this gorgeous city. Scottsdale boasts condos, apartments, townhomes, mobile homes, luxury estate homes in golf and gated communities, newly constructed custom homes, renovated historic homes and everything in between. Homes for sale in Scottsdale vary in price depending upon the property’s architectural style, age, size and location in the city. Unofficially, Scottsdale is divided into four areas: Central Scottsdale, North Scottsdale, South Scottsdale and Old Town. So, as an example of the varying price, the median resale price of homes in North Scottsdale is around $667,000, while the median resale price of a home in South Scottsdale is around $300,000.
Homebuyers looking for an apartment in Scottsdale will be pleased to find the average listing price around $358,300. That said, the price range for Scottsdale apartments is quite broad and some have listing prices near $5 million. The least expensive real estate option in Scottsdale is mobile homes. Mobile homes have an average listing price around $120,000. Condos and townhomes in Scottsdale have an average listing price around $404,000 and usually don’t have listing prices exceeding $1.6 million. The most expensive real estate options in Scottsdale are single family homes. Single family homes in Scottsdale can have listing prices over $30 million, but the price range is so broad, the average listing price is only $1.2 million, with some homes costing much, much less.
In addition to the seemingly endless real estate options, Scottsdale also boasts truly remarkable recreation and entertainment opportunities. This amazing city has first-rate amusement parks, world-class museums, an award-winning zoo and highly esteemed botanical gardens. There are a plethora of wonderful resorts and golf courses in Scottsdale as well, and because of the city’s 314 days of sunshine and near-perfect weather, all of this can be easily enjoyed almost any day of the year. Scottsdale also boasts fantastic upscale shopping, as well as fine and casual dining. On top of all of these phenomenal features, Scottsdale boasts undeniable natural beauty that can be easily observed from its sixty miles of biking and hiking trails and at the breathtaking McDowell Sonoran Preserve.
There are many things to do in downtown Scottsdale; day or night. Residents of the area are usually not far from over 100 art galleries. Locals and visitors alike enjoy the hundreds of boutiques as well as the top-rated shows at the Scottsdale Center for the performing arts. The Entertainment District and the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art offer year-round cultural diversions in their own unique way.
All of Scottsdale and experienced an uptick in real estate value since the year 2000. Properties in the area are experiencing increased demand due to the attractive living conditions of the city. Old Town Scottsdale is experiencing expansion through construction of new hotels and condominiums. Each neighborhood displays its own unique down-to-earth personality and Western charm. Those who are lucky enough to live in the heart of the city love and appreciate its Downtown. For information about Scottsdale properties for sale or to schedule a showing, contact your Scottsdale Arizona real estate experts today.
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