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 Mesa 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 Mesa 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 Mesa market please feel free to visit her Mesa, 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.
Mesa, Arizona is a city in the Maricopa County and a suburb of Phoenix. About twenty miles east of the metropolis, Mesa is surrounded by Tempe, the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community, Chandler, Gilbert, and Apache Junction. The area is rich in history, from original Indian communities, Spanish explorers, and early American pioneers, to Mormons, its identity remains one of a diverse and mixed community combined with steady growth. Mesa, meaning table top or plateau in Spanish, derives its name from the original homes built on the nearby table top. It is a haven for explorers and nature lovers, with myriad opportunities for educational, cultural and outdoorsy adventures.
Natural attractions such as the Superstition Mountains and Apache Trail, water attractions like Salt and Verde Rivers, parks like the Usery Mountain Regional Park, lakes, and history, Mesa has it all. Child friendly attractions like the Arizona Museum of Natural History, the Commemorative Air Force Museum, the Phoenix Zoo, the Desert Botanical Garden, make Mesa a great place to live or travel to with family. The weather is ideal for outdoor fun, with warm, sunny days mitigated by the cool breezes off the desert in the evening round the year. Travel is easy with two airports, the Phoenix Sky Harbor International, and the Phoenix Mesa Gateway, close by. A new Metro Light Rail provides convenient access to downtown Phoenix. Although Mesa is the one of the largest cities in Arizona, third only to Phoenix and Tucson, and home to over 450,000, it has retained the charm of a suburban bedroom community.
Some 2,000 years age, the Hohokam people arrived in the area and constructed the a sophisticated canal system. This enabled them to water more than 100,000 acres in the middle of the desert, and to transform arid lands to agricultural riches. The First settlers to the area, the first Mesa Company, arrived from Utah and Idaho in 1877- 78. They settled on the Mesa, marked off land, began clearing and adding to the original Hohokam canals. Dr. A.J. Chandler, founder of Chandler city to the south, built the first office complex and an electric power plant in Mesa. The city was registered in mid 1878, and incorporated in 1883. Military presence in the area shot up in the 1940s, after the opening of Falcon Field and Williams Field. Tourism added to the population explosion, and industry began to open and run in earnest. Soon the area became less farming community and more suburb. Today Mesa is a community of economic, racial and cultural diversity.
Mesa is well connected, via several freeways including the U.S. Route 60 between Apache Junction and Phoenix. Others include SR 87. Loop 101, and Loop 202. Valley Metro runs buses during the week, and the METRO Light Rail connects at Dobson Road station. Falcon Field, and Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport are both close, as is the Sky Harbor International Airport. Mesa Public Schools operates most of the schools in the city, and the Mesa Community College, along with the Polytechnic campus of Arizona State University take care of local higher education. There is also an Osteopathic Medical School operated by A.T. Still University -- Arizona School of Health Sciences.
Attractions include the Mesa Arts Center, the largest arts complex in Arizona, showcasing theater, concerts, exhibits, and so on. The Tonto National Forest offer trails for horse riding, and Golfland SunSplash waterpark offers family fun. The Arizona Museum of Natural History showcases the vibrant history of the city, with permanent and changing exhibits. Salt River outings, a skate court, two municipal golf courses, public pools, and restaurants offering regional flavors and exotic cuisines, and a variety of nightlife options, Mesa is a fun city for all ages.