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Tiny Houses for Sale in Greater Phoenix, AZ

Browse tiny houses for sale in Greater Phoenix, AZ. There is still no official definition of a tiny house but, generally speaking, it is a small house, typically less than 600 square feet in size. While some are be built on foundations, most tiny homes are built on trailers. This style of tiny house is often referred to as a THOW (tiny house on wheels).

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Don't miss this single level home on a corner lot in 55+ Ironwood Village! This home has been refreshed with new interior paint and new carpet. Two ...
Active 55+ resort property.. Enjoy the beautiful affordable homes in this community; Clubhouse: Features 2 pools, library, billardroom, weightroom, cr...
The newness hasn't rubbed off yet! 2014 set in 2015 with an Arizona room and extra bath addition in 2017. Two water heaters with a complete RO system...
Private cottage get-a-way this 1982, 728 sq ft Schult home is adorable and inviting with 830 sq ft of inviting deck surrounding the home (650 sq foot ...
TOWN FOR SALE! - CLEATOR, AZ - I am not Schitt'ing you! You can own this ENTIRE town! Think about that...ownership of your very own town and those end...
Buildings uninhabitable. Utilities have been disconnected for years. Buyer responsible for researching how to connect utilities. All offers consider...
Two unaffixed mobile homes with several wood additions on a nice size corner lot. Priced for a quick sale, make an offer today.
One of the best lots in Roadhaven! Lush corner lot has two prolific orange trees. 1994 Desert Rose park model that backs the golf course. One bedroom,...
Own your own land in this Great community!! Very well maintained 2 Bedroom, 2 bath with a spacious Room Addition. Newer Dual pane Windows with window ...
Bank On the Market! This home is nestled on just over 1.25 acre horse property with NO HOALocated Seconds from the I10, Well Maintained 3 bedroom 2 b...
Move in Ready! This cozy 1 bdrm 1 bath furnished home will not last long. The beautiful wood plank style flooring is just gorgeous. Very spacious f...
This is a 1982 Cavalier home located in a 55+ Community in which you not only own the home you also OWN THE LAND. The community offers many opportuni...
Why rent when you can buy? Here's a cutie with all of the necessities you're looking for! This clean and well kept park model features cedar siding, a...
This is a lovely furnished park model. Built in 1998 the home Open with vaulted ceilings and neutral colors. The home has a shed for extra storage and...
Your Home or Home Away From Home in this 55+ guard gated Resort-like community featuring an 18 hole pro golf course & Clubhouse, Beach entry heated po...
Enjoy endless views, stargazing, wildflowers & abundant wildlife in the rolling foothills of the Dos Cabeza mountains. Private and secluded 76 Acres...
Nicely upgraded on the golf course! New AC, washer and dryer and water softener in 2018. Your guests can enjoy a new comfortable murphy bed and the el...

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Moving to Phoenix

Thinking about moving to Phoenix, AZ? From the city's best neighborhoods to the lowdown on things to do and food options, here's what you need to know about living in Phoenix.

Why Move to Phoenix, AZ?

If you've been looking into moving to the Southwest, there's no doubt that Phoenix should be top of your list. Phoenix is one of the sunniest cities in the US, and is among the best cities in the United States to live/retire in 2020, according to new rankings released by U.S. News & World Report. There's plenty of outdoor adventures here, so you'll never run out of things to do for an adrenaline rush. The crime rate in Phoenix is on par with cities of a similar size, with safe Phoenix suburbs offering everything from charming family neighborhoods to bustling areas for young professionals.

Phoenix Averages:

The cost of living in Phoenix isn't low - it's one of the most affordable cities to live in America. The costs for real estate, energy, wages and taxes are lower than the national. average, with average monthly expenses of $1,869.97.
  • Population: 1.7 million
  • Average age: 33.5
  • Phoenix average home price: $273,000
  • Phoenix average salary: $67,000
  • Minimum wage in Phoenix: $12 an hour

What's the Weather Like in Phoenix?

One word: HOT. The average annual temperature in Phoenix is between 45°F to 107°F and is rarely below 37°F or above 112°F. You can expect the weather in Phoenix to be swelteringly hot in the summer, and while desert nights and mornings can get chilly during winter, the temperature rarely drops below freezing and skies stay blue. Phoenix has an average of 300 sunny days a year.
Winter: 44°F to 67°F
Spring: 52°F to 94°F
Summer: 76°F to 104°F
Fall: 50°F to 88°F

Best Neighborhoods to Live in Phoenix:

Whether you choose to move to the Phoenix suburbs or stay within the main city area, here's some key neighborhoods to include in your dream home search:

Camelback East

Camelback East is one of the most popular neighborhoods in Phoenix among young professionals and families thanks to its abundance of restaurants, bars, coffee shops and parks. There are five school districts represented in the neighborhood, including 16 elementary schools and two high schools.
See listings in Camelback East here

Scottsdale

Not technically a neighborhood, Scottsdale is a large suburban city of the Phoenix-metropolitan area. The city has a thriving nightlife and social scene, is ideally located between the mountains and beach and is one of the best golf destinations in the US. Living here will suit families, young professionals and nature lovers.
See listings in Scottsdale here

Chandler

Chandler is a beautiful suburb of Phoenix, with parks, shopping, festivals, excellent schools, art galleries and more. There's a lovely community feel here, and residents come together regularly throughout the year to celebrate unique festivals such as the Ostrich Festival, the Indian Market, the Tumbleweed Tree Lighting Ceremony and the Cinco de Mayo Chihuahua Races.
See listings in Chandler here

Arcadia

Arcadia is probably the most sought after area to live in Phoenix. It's located less than 15 minutes from the airport and downtown Scottsdale, and has a rural family feel yet is still close to some of the best dining and shopping options in the city. Arcadia also has easy access to some of the best hiking in the city at Camelback Mountain Echo Canyon Recreation Area.
See listings in Arcadia here

Glendale

Known as “Arizona's Antique Capital”, Glendale is actually the fourth largest city in Arizona yet is just 9 miles from downtown Phoenix. It's home to the city’s best antique-shopping districts, two major sports stadiums, 1000 acres of desert preserves, a botanical garden and a pretty historical downtown area. Glendale has a wide variety of homes for all budgets.
See listings in Glendale here

Buying a Home in Phoenix:

Homes for sale in Phoenix are selling faster than ever before. In April 2020, the median time for a Phoenix Valley home to move under contract was 21 days. In October 2020, that time frame is less than eight days. Phoenix home prices are rising to keep up with a growing demand, with most sales happening for homes over $250,000. But with record low mortgage rates in Arizona, 2020-21 is a key time to take advantage of the inventory and buy.

How’s the Walkability, Bikeability, and Public Transportation in Phoenix?

Phoenix enjoys a proximity to big attractions like Las Vegas and the Grand Canyon, so it's a great base for exploring the rest of the country. Although it's preferred to have a car for transport, the public transportation is easily accessible.

Walkability: Although Phoenix is a car-dependant city and has a low Walk Score of 41, it does have several neighborhoods where you can run errands on foot. These include Downtown, Coronado and Garfield.

Bikeability: Phoenix has been making strides to improve its biking options in recent years and now has a Bike Score of 56. The City of Phoenix is in the process of implementing a bicycling plan.

Public Transportation: Getting around Phoenix is easy! The Valley Metro Rail (known as the 'light rail' by locals) is Phoenix's main method of public transportation. The 28-mile line links Phoenix to the neighboring communities of Tempe and Mesa, and includes stops at attractions such as Phoenix Art Museum, Heard Museum, Chase Field, PHX Arena (formerly Talking Stick Resort Arena) and Tempe's Mill Avenue.

Essential Checklist for Moving to Phoenix:

  • Voter Registration: When you move to a new city, you should make sure to get registered to vote as soon as possible. For info on registering in Arizona, see here.
  • Driver’s License: It's also very important to change your driver's license. Find info on getting a license in Arizona here.
  • Vehicle Registration: Are you bringing your car with you? Here's where you can get new license plates.
  • Trash & Recycling: Get this organised from the get go! See here for how you can set up Phoenix's trash and recycling services for your new home.

Things to do in Phoenix, Arizona:

Festivals and Events: Events in Phoenix, Arizona are an exciting blend of concerts, shows, festivals and special events. Highlights throughout the year include Las Noches de Las Luminarias, where Desert Botanical Garden glows with more than 8,000 hand lit luminaria bags; Phoenix Pride in spring and a variety of music and food festivals.

Outdoor activities: This is one city where outdoor activities reign supreme. Hikers, bikers and climbers in Greater Phoenix will have endless fun exploring the Sonoran Desert, from easy routes around the red rock buttes of Papago Park, to the tough but rewarding climb to the peak of Camelback Mountain,

Culture: Phoenix is home to a rich arts-and-culture environment. You can enjoy performances at theaters all across the city, concert halls and cultural centers are top attractions, and art and history lovers can while away time at all sorts of fascinating museums.

Sports: Sports lovers will have plenty of reasons to cheer here. Phoenix fields teams in all four major professional sports leagues: The NFL's Arizona Cardinals, NBA's Phoenix Suns, MLB's Arizona Diamondbacks and NHL's Arizona Coyotes.

Phoenix Food & Nightlife

Dining out in Phoenix: Phoenix has a delicious mix of cuisines to try, from Southwestern and Mexican cuisine to famous steakhouses and Middle Eastern eats, Latin cuisine, tempting Thai dishes, and lots more. It's a haven for foodies!

Bars and nightlife in Seattle: The nightlife in Phoenix is buzzing, with all sorts of watering holes. Top areas to hit up on a night out include Downtown (check out Crescent Ballroom, where local and national music acts take to the stage most every night of the year) and Old Town Scottsdale.

Grocery shopping in Phoenix: From large supermarkets to specialty store and everything in between, there's endless stores to get your groceries in Phoenix. You can see which grocery stores deliver to any of our Phoenix listings.

Frequently Asked Questions for Tiny Houses for Sale in Greater Phoenix, AZ

Why are tiny houses popular?

Some of the main reasons why tiny homes are so popular is is affordability (tiny homes cost a fraction of what the average home costs), relatively low upkeep costs, and decreased maintenance. Some other reasons include environmental friendliness, simplicity of living, and mobility (if it has wheels).

What are the advantages of owning a tiny home?

Lower expenses, no mortgage (you buy outright), freedom of movement, lower energy use, easier maintenance and less cleaning, ability to be immersed in nature, and simplified life.

How many Tiny Houses for Sale in Greater Phoenix, AZ?

There are 8825 Tiny Houses in Greater Phoenix, AZ currently.

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