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Vail Real Estate

Vail, Arizona Real Estate

Living in Vail, Arizona

Vail, Arizona got its start in 1876, when Edward Vail and his brother Walter built the Empire Ranch. When railway lines reached the budding ranch, the Vail brothers gave the railroad land from their holdings, and the railroad named the local stop Vail in honor the two first citizens of the town. Vail has grown since those days, and now boasts over 2,000 residents.

Communities in Vail, AZ

Properties of interest to the home buyer new to Vail are found in the growing sub developments around the core of the town. The total number of homes for sale in Vail has been increasing steadily. The Vail real estate market is open to all levels of buyer, from the young couple looking for their first starter home, to the professional house fix and flipper to the major league developer.

Coyote Creek is a gated community north of Vail. The Saguaro National Park-East is a few minutes drive further north. Homes for sale in Coyote Creek consist of mid-level ranch homes on 1 to 2 acre lots. Coyote Creek real estate tends to have stunning landscaping, which accents the fantastic views. Prices here are in the middle 500's.

Antler Crest is found north of Del Lago Golf Club, while Rancho del Lago adjoins the attractive and challenging course. Homes for sale in Antler Crest enter the market in the middle 300's. The Rancho del Lago community is set to undergo a major addition, in the form of a new enclave of single family homes. Rancho del Lago real estate has been focused on active adults, and new features are going up in the sub-division as part of the expansion, including a new clubhouse, ballroom, recreation center and tennis courts.

Notable Schools in Vail

Civano Community School has been named the Greenest Grade School in America. Some of the projects that helped earn the green title: a cistern for collecting rainwater to water the school garden, which supplies healthy, organic snacks to the students. Those students also walk or ride their bikes to class whenever possible. Other standouts in Vail include Debbie King, a Vail district board member, who has received the All Arizona School Board Award which recognizes her ability to lobby on behalf of the Vail district at the state and national level.

The Vail Business Community

tech giants IBM ad Raytheon are major employers in this part of Arizona. Many of the residents in Vail commute to Tucson and are employed by the University of Arizona, Davis Monthan Air Force Base and Pima County.

Vail Real Estate Agents

The expert advice of a Vail Realtor is always welcome when shopping for a new home. For those buyers looking beyond the home as property, they must look beyond the real estate listings as well, with the help of a Vail real estate agent.