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Gilbert / Chandler

Gilbert and Chandler Arizona

These valley favorites share roots in entrepreneurship, education and community. The neighboring towns of Gilbert and Chandler still share their agricultural pasts while embracing a future of vibrant lifestyles as individual communities. Great schools, recreation, and a growing economy draw folks who want to escape faster-pace metropolitan areas and experience a lifestyle focused on wellbeing. Our experience in selling a wide array of homes provides us an opportunity to offer the perfect solution to our clients.

Lifestyle Gilbert

Located southeast of Phoenix, Gilbert has made a rapid transformation from agriculture-based to an economically diverse community. Gilbert has been recognized as being among the nation’s “top places to live and learn” and one of the safest in the nation.

  • Slogan: “Hay Shipping Capital of the World”
  • Population: 247,542
  • Average sunny days: 296 days
  • Average yearly rainfall: 9 inches

My Gilbert Lifestyle

  • Gilbert Ole Town Heritage District
  • Freestone Skate Park
  • Concert in the Park series
  • Shopping at San Tan Village
  • 135 miles of bicycle paths
  • Gilbert Days
  • 4.5 miles of hiking and horse trails
  • Riparian Preserve at Water Ranch
  • Gilbert Farmer’s Market
  • Gilbert Historical Museum

Lifestyle Chandler

Surrounded by Gilbert, Tempe, Mesa, and Phoenix this diverse city has become one of the leaders in the computer technology field.
By taking an innovative approach to making play a priority throughout the city, Chandler has earned the distinction of “Playful City”.

  • Slogan: “High-Tech Oasis of the Silicon Desert”
  • Population: 243,884
  • Average sunny days: 297
  • Average yearly rainfall: 9 inches

My Chandler Lifestyle

  • More than 60 Parks
  • Chandler Art Walk
  • Ostrich Festival
  • San Tan Brewing Oktoberfest
  • 7 championship golf courses
  • 61 Public Schools, 11 Private Schools
  • Chandler Jazz Festival
  • Spring Training
  • Chandler International Film Festival
  • Zelma Basha Salmeri Gallery of Western America & American Indian Art