Anna Coady's real estate practice spans more than 10 years of residential and investment real estate transactions. She feels fortunate to have chosen a career that allows her personal satisfaction and joy in helping families find a place they call HOME. She is hardworking, loyal and service oriented individual with the expertise needed to negotiate on her clients behalf.
Anna grew up in Phoenix, Arizona and attended college at Arizona State University, where she received her Bachelor of Science Degree. She has lived throughout the Phoenix and Gilbert area for over 27 years, providing invaluable knowledge for her clients during their search for real estate and she makes it a personal commitment to make every Real Estate transaction a pleasurable experience.
She knows that buying or selling a house in Arizona is one of the largest investments you'll ever make. Counseling people, trying to help them understand their investment, and working with them throughout the entire process is what makes her career in Real Estate rewarding. When you are an informed buyer or seller, you'll make the best choice on one of the most important decisions in your lifetime.
Anna is a REALTOR member of the Phoenix Association of Realtors. She work hard at maintaining the reputation she have earned for being service-oriented, understanding, loyal, hard working and trustworthy. She has in-depth experience in real estate investment analysis; and stays current with the economic factors that influence the Gilbert real estate market.
The in-depth training she has received includes special real estate courses such as Real Estate Practice, Economics, Financing, Property Management, Contract Aspects, Real Estate Investments, Exchanges, Taxation, and Creative Financing.
Her years in the Arizona Real Estate market enables Anna to provide quality service in locating a home or representing you in the sale of your home through out the Valley of the Sun including: Tempe, Phoenix, Mesa, Ahwatukee, Sun Lakes, Queen Creek, Scottsdale, Paradise Valley, Fountain Hills, Chandler and Gilbert.
If you are looking for someone to represent you that has Knowledge, Experience, Professionalism, Integrity, and Personal Service in a Real Estate Agent that services the Gilbert market please feel free to visit her Gilbert, Arizona Real Estate website which can serve as your online source for local Real Estate information throughout Arizona. You can also call her at (480) 228-7243.
Gilbert, Arizona is a young, fast growing and affluent community. Incorporated as recently as 1920, Gilbert is a fairly new community, and has seen a major growth spurt in recent decades. One of the fastest growing metropolitan areas in the state, Gilbert provides great business opportunities, services, and community resources for residents and visitors alike. In its unprecedented growth, the community of Gilbert has realized that a strong, well diversified economy is a priority, while not losing the desirable small town quality of life. This balance is visible in all the fun recreation the community offers along with an active lifestyle and thriving, vigorous businesses. Lying within the Phoenix metropolitan area Gilbert is just close enough to have all the advantages of a big city, while holding on to the charms of smaller town life. Gilbert is ranked among the best places to live in America, and has been named the safest municipality in Arizona according to FBI statistics.
The foundations for modern Gilbert were laid in 1902, when the Arizona Eastern Railway established a rail siding on the property of William Gilbert. This siding, on the railway track from Phoenix to Florence soon sprouted a town around it, which came to be called Gilbert. It was primarily a farming community and remained the Hay Capital of the World well into the 1920s. it was only much later, in the 1970s that modern Gilbert began to take shape. Since then, the community has seen rapid transition from agriculture-based community to urban center. Unprecedented growth has shot up the population from just over 5.000 in 1980 to more than 200,000 in 2009. Concentrating on building a strong economy, the far sighted Gilbert community has maintained its desire to preserve the charming quality of life of the city. The Town Council has adopted a General Plan which has made changes to the existing elements of town planning and growth, adding new guidelines for land use and economic growth.
Today, Gilbert is an economically diverse center with a suburban lifestyle, and the planned growth has ensured availability of efficient resources and services to all businesses and residents. The community is highly educated, affluent, and in a high wage bracket, with most of the employment in life sciences, health services, technology, and advanced level business services. Most of the schools in Gilbert are part of the Gilbert Public Schools network, and some are part of other school districts including Chandler, Mesa, the Queen Creek, and the Higley Unified School Districts. An area freeway, the Santan portion of Loop 202, and major arterial roads serve the community, a mere 20-25 minutes away from Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport. An efficient bus service and commuter rail service are planned, and there are buses to downtown Phoenix.
Things to do in Gilbert are many and varied, including the outdoorsy Riparian Preserve with more than 200 species of birds, almost five miles of walking trails, fishing, bird walks, kids camps, and public viewings. There is the San Tan Village with over a hundred stores, salons, restaurants, and movies for those into the retail experience. History enthusiasts should head to the Heritage District, the original town site with quaint restaurants, specialty shops and offices. The Gilbert Historical Society Museum captures and preserves the town's history in the original Town School building. Multi-use trail systems provide 135 miles of equestrian trails, bike trails, and canal trails. The Freestone Skate Park accommodates all skill levels, and the Freestone Park has sports facilities, playgrounds and picnics, an amphitheater and much more. If all else fails, downtown Phoenix is just a short car or bus ride away.