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Maricopa Homes For Sale From Your Maricopa Realtor
I have sold many homes in Maricopa in all of the popular subdivisions. One thing I can say is that all of the communities are very well done and that Maricopa is growing very fast. Three years ago it was barely on the map and now it is not only a great place for investors to earn a 24% return on investment (20% down and 3 year holding period) but more and more active adults who commute to Chandler and Phoenix are moving to Maricopa as the retail, medical and office is building up to accommodate their lifestyles. Prices in Maricopa are nothing short of great and the drive into town is all freeway and seems like it is just minutes. The Valley is getting so big that these days we are always driving half an hour hear and there and Maricopa is right in there in terms of drive time. If you are looking for a Maricopa Realtor who knows the market, is successful and has a track record to justify his abilities to negotiate and get the best prices for both his buyers and sellers. Give me a call. I have been in real estate for over 13 years and have bought and sold hundreds of homes. In 2013 I was among the top 1% of all Realtors in Pinal and Maricopa Counties and I also am an investor and own 12 residential properties. I have done well with each home and know how to buy homes.
Homes For Sale in Maricopa – Price Your Own Home – By The Same Means A Realtor Would Use
Often homeowners don’t want to bother with a Realtor to get a market analysis of their home. The maps below allow you to do your own market analysis. Simply mouse over the homes for sale near your home on the map and look to the right to see the information of the home to determine if this particular home is a good sales comparable. Then once you have found about 8 or 9 of these within the past 90 days you can get a very good idea of what your home is worth. You can also look at what homes are selling for on the first map but appraisers will be looking at the second map so I would stay with that one for purposes of estimating your home’s value. You can also call me – Greg Hagopian your Maricopa Realtor to help you or to do the market analysis for you as well. This tool is also excellent for buyers who are looking at a home for sale. They too can check the recent comps and see what the home will appraise for and use this to negotiate a better price on their home. I have made this easy for the investor looking to purchase a home, for the seller and buyer who doesn’t wish to be contacted by a Realtor! But it is really easy to do a market analysis just as any Realtor would do and I would hope that after reading my credentials you will select me as your Realtor. CLICK HERE TO PRICE YOUR HOME OR ONE YOU ARE LOOKING TO BUY.
If you have any questions or if I can be of assistance in helping you find one of the homes for sale in Maricopa, or in obtaining HOA information and CC&R’s; don’t hesitate to reach out to me. If you do a search on this site for homes for sale in Rancho El Dorado, you will find an map for Ranch El Dorado Homes for sale. You can also type in or go deeper in the search by subdivision and find homes for sale in the Provinces and other communities in Maricopa. And as always you can call me to set the search up for you with “no strings attached”. I like to earn people business and become good acquaintances and will never try to force you into a relationship with me for your real estate needs.
Short History of Maricopa AZ
Maricopa is one of the oldest and most historic communities in the state of Arizona. It is hidden in the middle of the Sonoran Desert, surrounded by mountain ranges that include the beautiful Sierra Estrellas, Palo Verde, Saddleback Mountains and Haley Hills. Maricopa has had three locations over the years and each played an important role in the growth and development of the Southwest.
Located on the southern banks of the Gila River, Maricopa Wells (Maricopa’s first location) was a haven for thousands of immigrants who followed the southern trail in the 1800’s across Arizona to California’s gold fields. It consisted of a series of watering holes that were fed by several Arizona rivers: the Gila, Santa Cruz, Vekol and Santa Rosa, which provided this oasis in the desert with an ample water supply.
During the 1850’s and 1860’s, Maricopa Wells became a major stagecoach relay station for the first organized semi-public transportation in Arizona – the San Antonio and San Diego Mail Line and then the Butterfield Overland Mail Line. During this period, nearly every resident of the Wells was employed by the stagecoach line or the trading center.
The most prosperous period of time for Maricopa Wells was in the 1870’s, when it provided water and food not only for the east-to-west travelers, but those who traveled to the north. With its substantial supply of water and prosperous trading center, it was a shining beacon and vital sanctuary in the desert for thousands of travelers who depended upon its resources for their survival.
Maricopa Wells dropped the second part of its name in 1879 and moved its telegraph office and post office eight miles directly south in order to hook up with the Southern Pacific Railroad and to serve as a junction for two railroads. This new site, known as Maricopaville, took on the appearance of one of the gold rush boom towns of California with men working day and night building hotels, saloons, warehouses, restaurants and theaters. However, this little city in the middle of the desert that literally rose up overnight was never a junction for two railroads. Its dream of being a railroad terminus was doomed when the routes were changed.
Maricopa’s final move took it three miles directly east so that the town could once again take on the challenge of being a junction for two railroads, the Southern Pacific Railroad and the Maricopa and Phoenix Railroad. Thus began Maricopa’s life as a railroad junction and for the next 40 years. The railroad revolutionized the economy of Arizona as merchandise traveled into the Phoenix area by rail instead of wagon and local products reached markets in the east and west more quickly.
After much flooding, destruction and rebuilding of lines, the railroad redirected a line from Picacho into Phoenix and Maricopa lost its importance as a junction but found its desert lands were ideal for farming. Maricopa’s raw desert was cultivated into rows of green plants, offering up snowy white blossoms of cotton between 1948 and the 1960s. Throughout the years, cattle became an important industry and farmers experimented with, and grew, a variety of other crops including alfalfa, peas, melons, citrus, and pecans.
When Maricopa incorporated in 2003 as the 88th city in Arizona, the 2000 census listed it with a population of 1,040. During the following two years, its population exploded to 15,934 earning it the title of one of the fastest growing cities in the United States. Today, that population has more than doubled again. Maricopa’s new citizens are international and depict the same cultural diversity as its birthplace. It is a community that not only witnessed history, but lived it.
Maricopa is the only city in the nation bordered by two Native American communities and continues to honor and celebrate this cultural diversity and embraces the American ingenuity and pioneering spirit that has been an integral part of its community for centuries. For more information about Maricopa’s Native American neighbors, please visit the following sites:
HuHuGam Heritage Center, one of the nation’s finest tribal facilities for the preservation and display of important cultural artifacts and art of the Gila River Indian Community Him Dak Eco Museum, a place full of the rich history and values of the Ak-Chin community. Him-Dak means “way of life” in the Ak-Chin language.
Maricopa has grown tremendously but has not lost its identity or its sense of community. Rich in history, innate beauty, and friendly people, Maricopa is a fantastic place to raise a family, build a business, or just embrace the warm winter climate and watch the incredible desert sunset out in an array of bright colors across the evening sky and then gently disappear behind the rugged western mountains. Once a part of the John Wayne Ranch which is why many roads are called “The Duke” and also north of the City on the Navajo reservation is where Ira Hayes lived. Mr. Hayes was one of the Marines who put the flag atop of Mt. Suribachi on Iwo Jima during WWII.
Today, Maricopa continues to celebrate its cultural diversity, grow and prosper as a community and a regional economic development partner and provide the many outstanding amenities that its residents value and utilize every day. Stop in for a visit and stay for lifetime.
Adjust the slider to set the date of the sales comps and prices and narrow the search by city or subdivision. You may have to use the Draw Tool to outline your subdivision and use the zoom! You can always close the sidebar with the x and then reopen it by clicking on an icon. The right sidebar opens to allow you to open the homes tab and view homes for sale, recent sales, the lifestyles tab allows you to view restaurants, shopping, golf, hospitals near the home you select, the value tab allows you to calculate your home value. The areas tab allows you to select homes by zip code, neighborhood, school district or city. If you have any questions on how to use this unbelievable home search don’t hesitate to call or text me at (480) 382-4450 or click here to email me!