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 Tempe 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 Tempe 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 Tempe market please feel free to visit her Tempe, 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.
The City of Tempe, in Maricopa County, occupies about 40 square miles within the Phoenix Metropolitan Area. Tempe has a population of roughly 180,000, and straddles the Salt river, in the East Valley section of this Metropolitan Area. Tempe, named after the Tempe valley in Greece, is landlocked on all sides. It is bounded to the west by Phoenix and Guadalupe, to the north by Scottsdale, to the south by Chandler, and to the east by Mesa.
The land locked nature of Tempe gives it the advantage of a large transportation commute zone. This has meant the development of some highly attractive residential areas, and thriving commercial areas. Easy access to natural attractions and parklands has made the area the perfect place for both residents and tourists. Every year, thousands of RV's and campers arrive to take in the natural beauty in surrounding areas. The Grand Canyon is a short drive away.
The climate can vary greatly, and the range of geographical and climatic conditions in Arizona makes Tempe a great "base" for sight seeing. Whether it is the deserts to the southwest, or the snow and mountains to the north and east, a reasonable amount of driving allows you to enjoy a wide range of attractions. Within the city, no matter where you are, City Hall is only 30 minutes away at the most, and the state capitol is a mere 20 minutes from downtown. A quarter on an hour driving out of Tempe brings you to one or the other of the surrounding urban centers where you can shop till you drop. For nature enthusiasts, the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community gives spectacular views of the Superstition Mountains.
Two dams on the Salt River have created the Tempe Town Lake. Although Tempe is generally flat, there are a few areas of higher ground like the Hayden Butte or A-Mountain (so called because it has the Arizona State University's logo, "A" on its south face). The Papago Park, to the northwest also has some high ground. The park and surrounding areas contains regional attractions, while the other major attraction, the Arizona State University, houses and educates some 50,000 students from 120 countries in the city campus. The largest university in Arizona, one of the largest in the US, the ASU students make up about 10 percent of the total population of Tempe. The presence of the university also adds to historical interest, as well as adding cultural and educational value.
Residents and visitors alike are able to enjoy arts and culture through a range of annual festivals such as the Music Festival and the Great Arizona Beer Festival in march, the Tempe Tardeada, and the Way Out West Oktoberfest in October. Hiking and cycling enthusiasts can head for the Coronado National Forest, or the Sabino Canyon Recreation Area, while history buffs can take in the Tempe Historical Museum, and the Niels Peterson House.
In the late 20th and early 21st centuries, Tempe has grown into a significant center of education and commerce, and has become much more of a draw for tourists, as well as people looking to move here. A vacation utopia, a cultural treat, and a relocating hub, so far Tempe has managed to maintain the quality of life it has offered and continues to offer its residents and visitors.