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About Peoria, Arizona including real estate investment outlook
About Peoria, Arizona
The city of Peoria has 166,934 residents as of 2014. It is a suburb of Phoenix with 3,817,117 people living in Maricopa County as of 2010. It is the sixth largest city in the state for land area.
It has received recognition. The Peoria Sports Complex is the spring training venue for the San Diego Padres and Seattle Mariners. In 2008, Money magazine chose Peoria as one of the Top Places to Live.
The median age of Peoria's residents is 39 and 1/4 of the population is single. Almost 82 percent of the population are homeowners with a median household income of $62,235. The per capita income is $29,038.
As of July 11, 2017, the unemployment rate was 4.90 percent.
Production, transportation, and material moving is the highest ranking occupation by population with 37.72 percent versus the national average of 12.09 percent. The future job growth for 2017- 2027 is expected to be 41.44 percent.
Great Place for Business Operations
Savvy investors should buy property here because Peoria property management is based on a major criterion: It costs less to run a business in Peoria than Chandler, Gilbert or Scottsdale.
Consider the following:
- Sales tax is 8.10 percent
- Income tax is 3.36 percent
- Cost for leasing alternative is 12 percent lower
- Cited as a "low-cost leader for tech companies..."
- Becoming attraction for resorts and leisure
- The City Council has instituted an Economic Development Implementation Strategy to maintain its current business and target specific commercial ventures deemed "desirable."
Predictably, property management in Peoria reflects the conditions in the local and state economy. The Maricopa Solar Power Plant and Loop 303 Freeway, an industrial, mixed use development contribute to the area's quality of life, infrastructure, and revenue.
Real Estate Investment Outlook
According to Trulia, the median sales for a home in Peoria is $256,000 with a median monthly rent of $1,395. Nearby Glendale homes are priced at 222,000 followed by Surprise - $227,000 and Sin City - $159,000.
Century 21 reports, "Arizona is on track to outpace the rest of the country in terms of economic growth and real estate remains a great investment." See - c21northwest.com/2017-glendale.
With this level of anticipated growth, a real estate investor will need the expert services of On Q Property Management. This team of professionals represents the fastest growing residential property management and real estate firms in the valley. Contact them and experience their comprehensive services that include proprietary software, 24/7 maintenance, and 100-point tenant screening.