Greater phoenix cities

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


Just north of the hustle and bustle of Phoenix lies the small but beautiful community of Desert Ridge, Arizona. Upscale and well manicured, Desert Ridge makes up an area of only about 5,700 acres, but fits a lot into a little!

In this quiet little master planned community, you'll find shopping, parks, a sports complex, and entertainment galore. From the safe neighborhoods to the excellent school systems, Desert Ridge is a great place to raise a family and enjoy all the desert lifestyle has to offer!



North Scottsdale is bordered by Scottsdale Road to the West, Cactus Road to the South, the McDowell Mountain Regional Park to the East, and Pinnacle Peak to the North. On a map, the neighborhood is located North of Old Town Scottsdale and South of Cave Creek and Carefree.
Not only will you have close access to tons of outdoor activities, like hiking, biking, and golfing, but you’ll be just a short drive from all that the city has to offer, like restaurants, nightlife, museums, spa services, and more. What makes Scottsdale worth unique is its ability to be a well-rounded destination and offer lots of things to do for everyone. It is a popular and well-known luxury destination with upscale accommodations, high-end shopping, and golf courses galore.
North Scottsdale neighborhoods are popular locations for retirees, snowbirds, and families. Current real estate listings feature homes with a modern Southwest style, open floor plan, large property, three-car garage, and four bedrooms.
North Phoenix


Phoenix ranks as one of the fastest-growing cities in the nation.  Because of our beautiful weather, you’ll be able to enjoy most activities all year-round. North Phoenix usually refers to the Urban Villages of Paradise Valley (not to be confused with the independent town of Paradise Valley), North Mountain, Deer Valley, Desert View, and North Gateway.
Phoenix provides residents and visitors more than 41,000 acres of desert parks and mountain preserve land with more than 200 miles of trails; 186 parks; 32 community and recreation centers; eight golf courses; 29 pools where thousands cool off and learn to swim each summer; and classes, programs and sports.


Cave Creek, along with its sister city of Carefree, is nestled just north of Scottsdale, Arizona. Known for its beautifully preserved open spaces and multiple-acre homesites, Cave Creek offers magnificent 360-degree Sonoran desert and mountain views for all its residents.
Where else but in Cave Creek can you drive down a town’s main road and pass a five-star restaurant, rough and tumble cowboy saloons, chi-chi coffee shops, trendy wine bars, a biker’s hangout, burger joints, feed stores, fine art galleries, luxurious day spas as well as shops that sell funky fashions, Mexican wares and Western gear…all within a two-mile stretch.
Filled with unique boutiques and galleries as well as bars and quaint eateries, Cave Creek is also just a proverbial stone’s throw from everything wonderful that her high-end sisters – Carefree and Scottsdale -- have to offer...fine dining, shopping, museums, galleries, theaters and cultural amenities par excellence.
Cave Creek is complimented on its nice schools, fun activities, and warm weather. With a slower pace of life in Cave Creek, many retirees are attracted to this area. Most residents will experience a more rural atmosphere, which leaves many people finding activities to do outside.


Paradise Valley is known for its luxury living options; from top of the line golf courses, high end shopping, delectable restaurant scene and plenty of highly rated resorts. Yes, a town with a population of less than 20,000 has the highest quality amenities than any other Phoenix neighborhood.
It’s a premier area for outdoor enthusiasts to stay in and experience, and it’s no wonder why. Paradise Valley is surrounded by Camelback Mountain, the McDowell Mountains and the Phoenix Mountain Preserve. The town offers a variety of hiking, biking and horseback riding trails, as well as several golf courses.
Speaking of golf courses, many of Paradise Valley’s courses are located within the many luxurious resorts in the area. These resorts make Paradise Valley a top destination for tourists and a perfect place to call home.
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.


Comprised of more than 1,600 acres, this community is located in the heart of Scottsdale and showcases the finest aspects of family – and the resort-style living in two distinct, yet interconnected neighborhoods: The Park and The Retreat.
Grayhawk is comprised of two distinct, yet interconnected neighborhoods:  The Park and The Retreat. There are nearly 3,800 housing units in Grayhawk featuring a diverse mix of size and style.
There are six separate condominium sub-associations within the Park and two separate condominium sub-associations within the Retreat Village. Everything within the walls of each of those condo communities is managed by a second management company and assessed monthly in addition to the quarterly Grayhawk Community Association and Retreat Village Association (if applicable) assessment.
Grayhawk offers both the intimacies of a friendly neighborhood and the amenities of a grand master plan. An abundance of community features allow residents to enjoy a wide range of activities.


Located about 30 minutes northwest of downtown Phoenix. Peoria has blossomed as a rapidly-growing, modern city that offers a high quality of living in the natural beauty of the Sonoran Desert.
Peoria is home to Lake Pleasant Regional Park - a true an oasis in the desert. The 23,000 acre park is home to two marinas and is a popular spot for boating, fishing, water skiing, kayaking, camping, and even scuba diving!
Our residents enjoy access to 570 acres of parks including 36 neighborhood parks and three large community parks. Explore more than 60 miles of hiking, biking, and horseback riding trails.


Mesa is the third-largest city in Arizona after Phoenix and Tucson, the 37th-largest city in the US, and the largest city that is not a county seat.Mesa is in Maricopa County and is one of the best places to live in Arizona. Living in Mesa offers residents a dense suburban feel and most residents own their homes. In Mesa there are a lot of coffee shops and parks.

Arizona may be known for its desert landscapes but there is no shortage of waterways to explore when visiting Mesa. Here, three lakes and two rivers allow for desert boating, fishing, rafting, paddle boarding, kayaking, water skiing, wake boarding and jet skiing – and tubing, Arizona's floating picnic.

This Phoenix suburb offers reasonably priced real estate with a median home price of $168,500 and average monthly rent of $907, so you'll be able to find the perfect budget-friendly home, condo, or apartment.

With an affordable cost of living, fantastic outdoor recreation, and a unique culture, Mesa is a great Arizona city to call home.



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.