Maricopa County Real Estate Market Snapshot October 2017 Average Sale $296,703. 65 days on market. What is your home worth in today's market? Call me to find
Get On Board For The Valley Metro Light Rail
You can’t travel very far in the Phoenix metro area without encountering the Valley Metro Light Rail. It has grown leaps and bounds since 2008 with only 20 miles of track. Valley Metro intended on providing public transportation for central and downtown Phoenix, and the downtown and ASU areas of Tempe. Today it stretches to downtown Mesa and will provide service to Glendale and Paradise Valley. Clearly, the Light Rail is making an impact on the real estate market by incentivizing residents to take convenient public transportation in lieu of driving their cars.
The Valley Metro Light Rail serves a myriad of commuters who work, go to school or patron businesses along the route. Living near the rail has become ideal for many and this will expand as does the service area. The Northwest Extension opened on March 19, 2016, expanding service on 19th Ave from Montebello to Dunlap to serve 5,000 riders per day. Central Mesa extension opened at the end of 2015 and discussions for future extensions include Northeast Phoenix (AZ-51 to Paradise Valley Mall), Glendale (Loop 101 to University of Phoenix Stadium) and Tempe South (Mill Ave).
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