The median home value in Surprise, AZ is $126,200.
the county median home value of $124,100.
The national median home value is $152,300.
The average price of homes sold in Surprise, AZ is $126,200.
Approximately 64.71% of Surprise homes are owned,
compared to 17.57% rented, while
17.71% are vacant.
Surprise real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
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Great Hard Level Commercial Corner at he Northwest corner of Peoria and Bullard in the west side of Surprise. Super location for retail and/or office or other commercial use next to existing residential subdivisions with over 4000 homes and more to within a 3 mile radius. Loop 303 close by. Site plans approved by city for 278,000 SF of retail/office. Net acreage is approximately 19.84 acres.
48 Fully improved lots now ready to be built on in Sarah Anne Ranch Unit 2: the average lot size is 9.375 square feet, and the all utilities are on the properties. This deal includes are 48 lots suitable for investor or builder. There are four model homes that currently being rented within the subdivision
Infill flat 7.99 Acres. Acreage and stated Property taxes include APN #'s 503-59-033K (zoned C-1) & 503-59-035X (zoned R1-43). City of Surprise to improve Mountain View Blvd. fronting Property. Property is 3/4 mile South of Banner Health Del E. Webb Sun City. Property sold as is with no warranties, no guaranties.
The City of Surprise is located 25 miles northwest of downtown Phoenix. Surprise is one of the fastest growing cities in Maricopa County with attractions such as Surprise Stadium, Surprise Recreation Campus and Wildlife World Zoo. The city has approved plans for a 242 unit, 3 story senior living development. Other potential uses include conventional multi-family and retail.
This property consists of 40 Acres with great Investment potential in the path of growth! The Property is located near multiple planned communities including Del Webb Sun City Festival and Taylor Morison. The properties future use is planned for commercial and high density residential, please see the document tab. This property is not in a Flood Plain and has excellent future potential!
**LENDER OWNED** Prime assisted living/multifamily/commercial parcel located in walking distance to Surprise Stadium (spring training facility for Kansas City Royals & Texas Rangers) and Surprise Recreation Campus. High traffic volume on Bell Road at over 51,000 cars per day and over 7,400 cars per day on Parkview Place at Young Street.
THIS PROPERTY IS PRESENTLY ZONED R-43 AND THE EAST 1.5 ACRES IS BEING REZONED TO RESIDENTIAL MEDIUM DENSITY(RM). THE FRONT 2.5 ACRES ON REEMS ROAD CAN BE REZONED TO NEIGHBORHOOD COMMERCIAL. BUILDING PADS WILL BE AVAILABLE. TWO HOMES LOCATED ON PROPERTY WHICH ARE RENTED MONTH TO MONTH. RENT IS $1,800.00 PER MONTH. SELLER WILL SELL INDIVIDUAL TRACTS.
OVER 10 ACRES VACANT LAND ZONED PAD. ALLOWABLE USES INCLUDE C1,C2,C3,I1 (LIGHT INDUSTRIAL). BUYER TO VERIFY INTENDED USE WITH THE CITY OF SURPRISE. SUBJECT PARCEL HAS APX 672' OF FRONTAGE ON PEORIA AVENUE. LOCATED JUST A FEW MILES FROM THE 303 LOOP FREEWAY.
AZ commercial raw land has great visibility from US60/Grand Av with frontages including paved roads & street lights on Grand Av, Happy Valley Rd & Citrus Rd. A 2006 Boundary Survey has staked all points and provides linear measurements. Property ANNEXED by City of Surprise(10/23/07) and REZONED C-2(01/22/09). Surprise General Plan cites C-2 as appropriate for retail,office,gas station/food mart uses.ADOT grading, paved frontages,street lights & level terrain offer easy build and access. SEE SUPPLEMENT, Survey Excerpt photo, suggested Layout for retail uses, & other photos.
SKYWAY BUSINESS PARK is a rail-served master-planned industrial park located in the growing west Maricopa County community of Surprise, AZ. Lot dimensions are approximately 465 Ft. x 539 Ft. 2012 Taxes: $7,378.56 (2012). Zoning: PAD (equivalent to I-1), City of Surprise. Utilities are to the lot line. Surprise is one of the fastest growing cities in terms of population growth, surpassing a population of 100,000, and is forecasted to reach close to 650,000 residents by 2040. Amenities and businesses included a state-of-the-art Aquatic Center, the Surprise Regional Library, Surprise Stadium and the Spring Training Facility, home to the Kansas City Royals and Texas Rangers. (REF GPE3717)
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