The Brokery Sunset.jpg
Brokery_Logo_-_All_on_1_Line-01 (1).png

READY FOR A CHANGE?

TOP 5 NEIGHBORHOODS PEOPLE ARE MOVING TO FROM OLD TOWN SCOTTSDALE

Troon-North.jpg

NORTH SCOTTSDALE

The dollar goes further in North Scottsdale when it comes to home buying. The homes are also much newer so they tend to be lower maintenance and already have “good bones.” With all the new restaurants and lifestyle opportunities popping up around Kierland and Scottsdale Quarter there is little to be missed.

MCR.jpg
MCR.jpg

McCORMICK RANCH

Feeds into the desirable “3 C” School district. Lush and green with quick access to the greenbelt. The homes are “newer” so great for buyers that seek the higher ceilings and character popular in the 70’s and 80’s as opposed to the low ranch style most common around the old-town Scottsdale area.

Golf-Course.jpg

BILTMORE

Can it get any more tranquil than this and still be in the heart of the city? We don’t think so! Biltmore area offers top rated dining and shopping, quick access to the freeway and has something to offer for everyone from magnificent secure estates to condos and patio homes for those looking to right size.

Arcadia-Arizona-.jpg

ARCADIA PROPER

 A top choice for growing families looking for that true neighborhood vibe. What was once sprawling citrus groves is now one of the most coveted neighborhoods in the state. Homes are a mixture of mid century, ranch style and new luxury homes by some of the city’s top interior designers and builders. There is great pride of ownership in the area so you’ll enjoy morning walks and weekend bike rides through the neighborhood.

im-106688.jpg

PARADISE VALLEY

The home of the most discerning high net worth individuals that seek privacy and exclusivityKnown for its quiet luxury living options; from top of the line golf courses, high end shopping, delectable restaurant scene and plenty of highly rated resorts. 

 While Scottsdale and Phoenix were quickly growing, the residents of Paradise Valley decided they didn’t want to be swallowed by the incoming shopping centers and subdivisions. So, they incorporated Paradise Valley to be its own entity. One which enforced a one house per acre minimum. Reach out to learn more about private inventory.

Realtor_MLS_Fair_Housing_TRANSPARENT.png