Guides

  • Gilbert

    Much of Arizona’s agricultural design is based on the desert surrounding the busy cities, but Gilbert, located in the southeast metro area, uses luscious greenery in its landscaping instead. The…

  • Chandler

    Named an All-America City in 2010 by the National League of Cities, Chandler, Arizona is a hotspot for young and old and is amongst the fastest-growing municipalities in the country.…

  • Mesa

    With gorgeous, natural landscapes and Four Peaks Wilderness Trail, Mesa, one of the oldest cities in the state of Arizona and the third largest, is a great spot for a…

  • Ahwatukee

    Phoenix is a large city generally known for its bright summers and cozy winters. Suburban and laid-back, Ahwatukee is a quiet community and a great place to find comfort. North…

  • Queen Creek

    Phoenix is a busy metropolis, but Queen Creek, named on Forbes.com’s Friendliest Towns in the US in 2012, offers a suburban and rural lifestyle in a small town that is…

  • Phoenix

    Hot summers and snug winters are easy to come by in the Valley of the Sun. The largest city in the state of Arizona, Phoenix, is the most populous state…

  • Maricopa

    Despite being small in surface area, Maricopa is the second most populous incorporated town in Pinal County and continues to grow and flourish. City Hall was even redone recently and…

  • Scottsdale

    Dubbed by The New York Times as “a desert version of Miami’s South Beach” and a Las Vegas rival for a weekend getaway by The Huffington Post, Scottsdale, Arizona is…

  • San Tan Valley

    Not only does the small town of San Tan Valley have homes from southwestern to upscale with personal touches and resort-style houses with golf course and lake views, but it…

  • Peoria

    In the summer of 2008, Money Magazine named Peoria, Arizona on its list of the Top 100 Places to Live. Many “snowbirds” from the north move to Arizona permanently or purchase…

  • Tempe

    With the country’s largest university thrown into the mix, one might expect the area to be boisterous and booming with events. You would be right. Tempe, Arizona, a self-proclaimed “vibrant…

  • Paradise Valley

    The residents of Paradise Valley, Arizona gave their town the trademark slogan, “There is a reason we call this valley ‘paradise’”. Not only is the city one of the most…