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The thriving city of Mesa, Arizona is one of the most popular destinations in the East Valley. It is conveniently located to the Phoenix airport, Arizona State University, shopping, food, lakes, and mountains. Many people flock to this desert region for great homes and enjoyable family life. With over 450,000 residents, Mesa encompasses a large area and there are many places to find a home. Whether you are you are a new homebuyer looking for a starter home or interested in a home with lots of land, there is something for you.

Many people prefer to live in Mesa because it is the central city in Maricopa County. It is close to other cities including Tempe, Chandler, Gilbert, and Apache Junction. The area was established by Mormon pioneers in the late 1800s. They left their home in St. George, Utah in search of a new place to live. When they arrived in the northern area of the city, they settled at the top of the mesa. This is how the city received its name. After arriving in the area, the first school was built. Today, several schools are located in the region including elementary schools, secondary schools, charter schools, technical schools, and universities.

Mesa is known for its straightforward transportation system that connects neighboring communities and makes it easy for residents to get around town. The city is laid out in a grid format with streets that run north to south and east to west. You can find the middle of the city at the corner of Center Street and Mesa Drive. The majority of the population is white, with a strong Hispanic presence. The area has almost 100,00 families and it employs several workers each year. Mesa is also home to several historical sites including the Williams Air Force Base, the Lehi School, and the Angulo-Hostetter House. Residents of the area often participate in fun recreational activities such as golf, swimming, and hiking. Every year, baseball’s Spring Training comes to Arizona. Many teams play in Mesa, attracting the attention of tourists and increasing revenue for the city. During the summer months when it gets hot, many people take refuge in the local malls. They also relax in their comfortable homes among neighbors and friends. The area is rich in history and is a great place to find an affordable home. Even more, there are several great neighborhoods throughout the city. Whether you are looking for an older home to remodel or a newer home, you can find it in this beautiful area in the West.

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