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 Phoenix 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 Phoenix 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 Phoenix market please feel free to visit her Phoenix, 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.
Phoenix, is the capital of Arizona, sitting at the edge of the surrounding Sonoran Desert. Obviously, its different in a desert, whether in a movie or in reality, the sky does seem bigger and stars brighter, and the sunsets so like in the old westerns. The Greater Phoenix area gives you a real live taste of just that magic. The Phoenix metropolitan area is sometimes called the Valley of the Sun, and is the sunniest city in the country. Situated in south central Arizona, Phoenix is home to over four million people, and is the industrial and urban heart of the state. Its location at the intersection of two main arteries, Interstates 17 and 10, makes Phoenix a major center for agriculture, industry and services. With 22 other cities close by, the phoenix area has seen explosive growth in recent years, putting it among the largest metropolitan areas within the United States.
Although it is the fifth-largest city in America, it is the gateway to the Grand Canyon. It attracts all the people fascinated by nature and a local history rich with pueblos, ranches, and cowboys, who desire to see some of the living, breathing wild west. The rich backdrop of history and rugged nature does not take away from the advantages of a big city. Phoenix is also a center of urban sophistication, world class resorts, top of the rung stadiums and arenas, fine dining restaurants, international quality golf courses, and massive shopping centers. The many vacation resorts and popular outdoor activities like hot air balloons, golfing, hiking, day trips into the desert, and mountain town picnics make the area a fabulous tourist draw.
The original settlers of the Phoenix area were the Hohokam people, a nation of farming Native Americans. Around 300 AD, they settled the lands and built waterways to irrigate their crops and provide water for their villages. Modern history began as late as the mid 1800s, when Jack Swilling of Wickenburg established a canal company, digging more canals, bringing water to the region, and attracting more and more settlers. Although it was incorporated in 1881, Phoenix continued as a small farming community well into the 1930s. this is when tourism finally began to flourish, taking advantage of the warm weather and healthy mountain air.
As a result of visitors and new residents, the population soon grew much faster, to its current metropolitan strength. Historically, the city has been a transportation hub, and a center for finance, industry, culture, and economy. Known for its political culture, Phoenix has produced many American politicians and dignitaries. In the last few decades, most Phoenix area farmlands have turned slowly into suburbs. The agrarian and mining based economy has become more diversified. The growing research capabilities at the Arizona State University, and the arrival of big-name high-tech companies and telecommunications firms have added to the growth. The three military bases, and significant military presence is also a part of the growth of Phoenix.
The Phoenix area abounds in cultural activities, such as the various performing arts. There are museums and other events for the culturally inclined. Sports lovers can play at award-winning Golf courses, and learn from masters at the Golf Schools. It is also a great place for foodies, with Mexican food, local cuisine and international cuisine options like as Brazilian, Korean, and French. Annual events like the Native American Hoop Dance Championship in February, the Original Coors Rodeo Showdown in October, and so on, are also great tourist attractions. Outdoorsy people and nature lovers can enjoy the myriad opportunities for walking, hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, fishing and so on at the many parks.