Find Arizona Buyers Agent Profiles Below

Below you will find  our most up-to-date list of highly rated Arizona buyers agents who are current members of the association. You may also choose an office number and then call our office at 800-383-7188 for more information on a particular buyer agency company.

Here are a few of great things about living in Arizona: Good weather and Geography. Arizona is famous for its beautiful desert landscape scattered with breathtaking rock formations. From the depths of the Grand Canyon to the red hillsides. Arizona is famous for some of the greatest natural sights in the world.

Free list of Top Brokers in Arizona and other States:

For quick access to Arizona real estate agents by city search, go to You may also find real estate buyers agents for other states within this site.

Arizona buyers agents and brokers are your partners and guides. They provide expert location and negotiation skills when you are ready to acquire a property.  Arizona buyers agents typically get paid out of the sales price of the home at closing .  Therefore you will experience no up front costs.  Use our interview questions for how to choose a buyers agent who will be the best fit for you.

Research Home Values and Neighborhoods

See our YouTube page for many real estate videos by state and city to do price and lifestyle comparisons or go to our 1 minute videos blog. These show current home prices per state and major cities that are researched through 3 different sites. One site we reference is the Zillow home values section of their website that is based on recent past sales.  It shows the 1-year changes.  Zillow, Redfin, and are great places for to start your research, but an Arizona buyer’s agent will be your most current and accurate resource for actual MLS prices and home availability.

Key to  Arizona buyers agent designations: ABR: Accredited Buyers Agent; CRS: Certified Residential Specialist; GRI: Graduate Realtor Institute, SRES: Senior Residential Specialist

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Buyers Agents in Arizona

Name Office # Areas Counties Designations Message
Laura2277Avondale, Glendale, Peoria, PhoenixMetro, Scottsdale, Sun City, Sun City West, Surprise MaricopaABR accreditedI know that buying or selling your home can be a daunting task. I provide value to you by calming your anxiety, answering your questions, keeping you posted every step of the way; using my experience, and my team of experts. I would love to hear from you!
Noel2252Chino, Chino Valley, Dewey Humbolt, Mayer, Peeples Valley, Paulden, Prescott, Prescott Valley, Skull Valley, Wilhoit, YarnellCoconino, Maricopa, YavapaiGRIExperience = Knowledge = Power; Empower your next real estate decision.
Jody1559Camp Verde, Clarkdale, Cornville, Cottonwood, Flagstaff, Jerome, Rimrock, Sedona, Williamson Coconino, YavapaiABR, GRI, CRB, CRSWe have a proven track record and comprehensive approach for sellers and buyers in Sedona and the Verde Valley. Our top-performing team is in the top 10% of Verde Valley agents. We bring over 30 years of experience, deep local knowledge, and a strong network. Our approach is data-driven and tailored to Sedona and the Verde Valley's unique market. Our team is known for strong negotiation skills, ensuring that you get the best deal possible. Being local and responsive, we are always available to address your concerns and guide you through the buying or selling process. Our team's advanced training and certifications mean you're working with skilled professionals who are up to date with the latest trends and regulations in real estate. In choosing us, you're not just getting agents; you're getting a dedicated, experienced team committed to achieving your goal.
Suzanne6098Desert Hills, Gleneagles, Havasu Foothill Estates, Havasu Garden Estates, Havasu Heights, Lake Havasu City, Lakeridge, The Refuge Mohave CountyGRI, ABR, CRS, SRES, e-PRO, RRS, SFR, BPORTo give the best service possible in helping a buyer make the right decision when purchasing a home.
Michael2114Ahwatukee, Anthem, Apache Junction, Arizona City, Avondale, Casa Grande, Chandler, Gilbert, Glendale, Gold Canyon, Goodyear, Maricopa, Mesa, Paradise Valley, Peoria, Phoenix, Queen Creek, San Tan Valley, Scottsdale, Tempe, TonopahMaricopa, PinalABR, CRS, GRI, AWHD, e-PRO, PRP, CSSPE, SFR, CSSN, MREPersonal service with high tech advantages. Check our email addresses. We don't send our information to our competition.
Melinda T.5189 Bellemont, Flagstaff, Munds Park,   Parks, WilliamsCoconinoABR, BPOR, CDPE, CLHMS, GRI, MCNE, PSA, rCRMS, SFR, SRSProficiency in Real Estate requires communication, negotiation, and strategy but it also requires a high level of Client care and consideration. What sets me apart? Knowledgeable: Market Savvy & Industry Educated with 10+ Real Estate Designations. Experienced: Representing Foreclosed to Luxury Properties through Fluctuating Markets since 2006. Engaged: Full-time Realtor and Serving the Northern AZ Association of Realtors Board since 2014, President in 2020. Professional: Focused Communication, Negotiation, and Strategy for Your Real Estate Success.
Roy Eleutherios61Camp Verde, Cornville, Cottonwood, SedonaCoconino, Yavapai(former) CEBA - Master, ABR, CRS, CIPS, GRI, Resort & Second Home Specialist, Luxury Home Specialist, Member Who's Who in Luxury Real Estate, Master Certified Negotiation ExpertBuyers First!
Denise4506Ahwatukee, Chandler, Foothills, Fountain Hills, Gilbert, Gold Canyon, Maricopa, Mesa, Paradise Valley, Phoenix, Scottsdale, TempeMaricopa, PinalWe treat each and every client as if they're our "only client".
Mari8251Green Valley, SahuaritaPimaPut my Experience, Knowledge, Service and Professionalism to Work for you
Jon4898Green Valley, Marana, Oro Valley, Saddlebrooke, Sahuarita, Tucson, VailPima, Southern PinalABR, CRS, GRI, EPROBuyers only, 100% of the time
John8863Ahwatukee, Apache Junction, Avondale, Buckeye, Chandler, Desert Hills, Fountain Hills, Gilbert, Glendale, Goodyear, Laveen, Litchfield Park, Mesa, New River, Paradise Valley, Peoria, Phoenix, Queen Creek, Scottsdale, Sun City, Surprise, Tempe, TollesonMaricopaOur company philosophy is simple. Win Win, or no deal. Our clients come first.
Craig9138Chandler, Gilbert, Mesa, and Queen CreekMaricopa County, AZ
Lisa 9232Bullhead City, Fort Mohave, Golden Valley, Lancaster, Laughlin, Mohave Valley, Needles, PalmdaleSan Bernardino, Los Angeles, ClarkSFR, NABPOP Certified Property Valuator, I am a full-time, active broker selling on average 75 properties per year. For the best interest of my clients always have my finger on the pulse of the market. We offer a full team of services available to our clients including a variety of reputable and trustworthy contractors, inspectors, handymen, home services, insurance, escrow and more.
Judy 9483Avondale, Buckeye, Carefree, Cave Creek, El Mirage, Estrell, Gilbert, Glendale, Goodyear, Litchfield Park, Chandler, Levine, Mesa, Peoria, Phoenix, Scottdale, Surprise, Tempe, TollesonMaricopaGRI, SRS, SRES, ABRSelling Arizona with Honesty, Integrity and professionalism. Giving clients the highest possible service.
Natalie10167NV: Alamo, Calinete , Mesquite, Pioche, Panaca AZ: Beaver Dam, LittlefieldUSAERA Brokers is a brokerage infused with proprietary real estate technology and agents with skilled trading to bring the best Real Estate Service to our buyers and sellers.
David10326Chandler, Gilbert, Mesa, Paradise Valley, Phoenix, ScottsdaleMetroMaricopaClients 1st always. Being prior military, I have a pride in serving others.
Tim10567Marana, South Tucson, Tucson, VailPima CountyCNE, SFRTim Richardson serves the needs of Tucson home buyers and sellers as a full-time, knowledgeable Realtor. Tim's real estate philosophy can be summed up in two words: Consultant and Advocate. He knows that the key to a successful home search is to determine first what is desired in life, and second, how that can be achieved with a new home. That's why Tim is first and foremost a great listener. A typical home buying consultation will begin with questions;why do you want to buy? What kind of life are you looking for and how will buying a home get you there? Home buying is about making educated decisions that will put home buyers in the right direction for their lives.
JoAnn10568Arcadia, Catalina Foothills, Oro Valley, TucsonMaricopa, Pima, Pinal, ABR, CRS, GRI, SRSTradition of Trust
Jennifer11625Chandler, Estrella Mountain Ranch, Fountain Hills, Gilbert, Glendale, Mesa, Richfield Park, Phoenix, Scottsdale, Tempe MaricopaSRES, WERC, Realtor, WERCIt is our job to help you find your perfect home; we will do everything in our power to make that journey enjoyable.
Michelle11643Anthem, Chandler, Gilbert, Glendale, Maricopa, Mesa, Queen Creek, Paradise Valley, Peoria, Phoenix, San Luis, Scottsdale, Somerton, Surprise, Sun City, Sun City West, Tempe, Waddell, YumaMaricopa County , Yuma CountyWe specialize in Senior Retirement clients7 Days A Week Availability
Ruben 11645Foothills, Gadsden, San Luis, Somerton, Yuma, Wellton Yuma, Maricopa, As a Yuma native for over 40 years, I have personally seen Yuma, Arizona grow from being a small waive to your neighbor in traffic town, to a multi-corporation / agricultural / recreational and military defense community. Yuma is still rooted in its great home town feel, and a place where you'd want to raise your children. Whether it's golfing 345 days a year, an outing with the family at the lake, a weekend at the world renowned Imperial Sand Dunes, or just taking a 15 minute drive to old Mexico. Yuma brings you diversity, gaming, winter and summer sports and best of all, a friend to always greet you with a fine hello. Now, tie this in with a REALTOR that captures the abilities of being personable, has strong negation skills, is bilingual, can forecast, motivated, ethical, loyal, understanding and goal oriented, and you will find I'm the REALTOR you've been searching for. I've had the pleasure of working as an Assistant Vice President of an $8 Billion dollar Automotive Finance Company, Owned and Operated my own Mexican Restaurant, managed the receivables for one of the most prominent cities in Arizona, and came back to Yuma, Arizona to become one of Yuma's most successful REALTOR's. Now, let's put all that to work for you!
Jeff11902Ash Fork, Chino Valley, Dewey-Humboldt, Mayer, Paulden, Prescott, Prescott Valley, SeligmanYavapaiABRAll Clients are Million Dollar Clients!!
Tamra Lee12818Alpine, Camp Verde, Chandler, Cottonwood, Eagar, Gilbert, Happy Jack, Heber, Lakeside, Mesa, Overgaard, Payson, Pinetop, Pine, Sedona, Show Low, Strawberry, SpringervilleApache, Coconino, Gila, Maricopa, Navajo, YavapaiNRBA, FORCE, WBENC, FiveStarOur team is powerful and accurate. With over 42 years combined experience in Real Estate we want to earn your business!!!
Clark12821Christopher Creek, Happy Jack, Payson, Pine, Strawberry, Gila, South CoconinoCRB,CRS, e-pro,GRI, MRP, RSPS,SRSHelping folks find their piece of heaven in the high country of central Arizona
Michelle12984Christopher Creek, Forest lakes, Happy Jack, Heber, Payson, Pine, Strawberry, Tonto BasinGila County, Maricopa CountyGRISince starting in real estate in 2003, I have focused my energy on helping my clients get results that exceed their expectations.  I am adamant about serving my clients, relentlessly detail-oriented and calm and cool in tough situations….all qualities you want in your Realtor!  Purchasing or selling real estate can be an emotional process for buyers and sellers.  With the guidance of a qualified and straightforward Realtor like me, your experience will be less stressful and even enjoyable, I promise!  I look forward to assisting you with your real estate needs. Call, text or email me to get started. Sincerely, Michelle
Lisa14335AZ: Chloride, Dolan Springs, Meadview, White Hills and Golden ValleyMohave“Making dreams come true”
Janice 18828Lake Havasu City, YuccaMohave County ABR, GRI, e-PRO, SFRI feel confident that I am able to assist you in your real estate transaction in a professional manner. I specialize in representing my clients in the purchase or sale of residential and income property in Lake Havasu City and the surrounding area. If you are looking off-the-grid adventure, Stagecoach Trails at Santa Fe Ranch offers remote 40-Acre parcels. Build your dream home or just use it as a family retreat.
Scott 18344Paradise Valley, Phoenix, Scottsdale Arcadia, Paradise Valley, Phoenix, ScottsdaleWe sell architectural and design homes at all prices points across the valley with high touch customer service.

Buying a home in Arizona—what to know.

  • Property taxes: Arizona homeowners benefit from a lower-than-average property tax of around 0.65% of the assessed value, approximately $1,150 per household annually. Keep in mind that rates vary by county, with Pima County, home to Tucson, having the highest property taxes in the state.
  • Dual agency: Like many states, Arizona permits dual agency, which means that your real estate agent might also represent the seller in your transaction. However, the agent is required to get your consent if that’s the case.
  • Seller’s disclosure: The state requires home sellers to complete a disclosure form outlining a range of information about the property. Read this document carefully to understand any potential warning signs about past roof leaks, problems with the HVAC system, and more.
  • Closing costs: In 2021, closing costs in Arizona averaged $4,701 — or 1.2 percent of the purchase price of the home — according to data from Closing Corp. This figure does not include lender fees, so some new homeowners may pay more to cover origination or underwriting fees.
  • Attorneys: You are not required to hire a real estate attorney under Arizona state law. However, it is smart to consult one: Real estate transactions involve loads of money and a lot of complicated legal language. So, unless you’re a pro at sifting through contract details, a lawyer is a wise use of your money.
  • Climate and weather: In Arizona, embrace the desert sun’s beauty, but be aware of risks. In 2020, over 2,500 wildfires scorched 980,000 acres. Surprisingly, floods, numbering 40 to 100 annually, also pose a threat. When choosing homeowners insurance, prioritize extra coverage to safeguard your investment.

Arizona buyers agents provide Key Tips for Homebuyers in Arizona in 2024:

Arizona is known for being a popular state to move to after retirement, but there are still plenty of families that also call Arizona home. Those living in Arizona get to experience natural beauty, great weather, and plenty of entertainment.

However, no matter if you’re planning on moving to Arizona from another state or if you already live in Arizona, there are certain factors you’ll want to consider before buying a house in Arizona.

Keep the following in mind if owning real estate in Arizona is on your mind: 

  • Arizona temperatures will vary – Keep in mind that Arizona has a monsoon season, which starts in June and ends in September. However, Arizona still doesn’t get as much rain as Florida does in the summertime.
  • Do your research on locations – When people think of moving to Arizona, some of the first places that come to mind are Phoenix or Tucson. However, there are plenty of other smaller cities and towns you can consider.
  • Take a look at the entertainment – For folks who like spending time outside, there are plenty of locations to hike and explore, including the Grand Canyon. And despite Arizona’s barren atmosphere, it has an active art scene. From museums to live performances, there are plenty of entertainment opportunities.
  • Know what the housing market looks like – Arizona has reasonably priced housing and a growing economy, which is good for individuals considering moving there. Keeping an eye on the housing market is always recommended, in case there are any changes.
  • Have an idea of what you want – Know what type of house you’re looking for before you start talking to a realtor. House styles will vary depending on location. Contemporary homes with neutral color palettes, mid-century homes with open floor plans, Spanish Mission homes with stucco, and Mediterranean-style homes with red-tile roofs are just some of the styles you can expect.

buying a house in Arizona 2024 with Arizona Buyers Agents

Is it worth buying a house in Arizona?

Yes — Arizona is projected to be an attractive state for new residents for a long time. A recent study conducted by the state forecasts more than 700,000 new jobs by 2030. Another study forecasts that Arizona’s population will increase by 26 percent between now and 2040. So whenever you’re ready to buy, it seems safe to say you will be able to find a qualified Arizona Buyers Agents down the road.

Is 2024 a good time to buy a house in Arizona?

It’s a seller’s market, but there are signals that Arizona is starting to look a bit better for buyers right now. More than 40 percent of listings had price reductions in July 2022, and fewer homes are receiving offers above their initial asking price, according to Redfin. It’s a better time to buy in some cities more than others, too. For example, the average home sits on the market for 36 days in Tucson, giving buyers a bit more time than in Flagstaff, where the average home goes to contract in just 17 days.

Arizona Real Estate Market Statistics

  • Average Home Prices: The average median home price in Arizona is $434,700, up by 0.4% YoY. In 2024, experts predict the median sale price will increase due to the tight inventory. Currently, the sale-to-list price ratio is at 98.1%, with a decline of 0.6 pt YoY compared to September 2022.
  • Home Sales: As per September 2023 data, home sales decreased by 39% YoY! In September 2023, 7,339 homes were sold, down from 8,687 in September 2022.
  • Average Rent Prices: Rental costs vary statewide. An average tenant in Phoenix pays $1,558, while the one living in Flagstaff pays $1.968.
  • Median Days on Market: The median days on the market for homes for sale was 41 days, up by 5 days YoY.
  • Pending Sales: The number of homes for sale dropped by 39% YoY compared to 2022. Currently, there are 41K homes for sale in Arizona.
  • Months of Supply: The average month of supply is 2 month. Arizona’s inventory won’t last long if interest rates drop. It is worse than the national housing market.

Arizona Housing Market Predictions 2024

Homes in Arizona, guided by experienced Arizona Buyers Agents, continued to sell at eye-popping prices last month. In September, Arizona’s median home price rose 4.6% to $434,700, with 7,339 homes sold (1,348 less). Homes selling above list price increased by 20%, and only a 2-month supply remains. Is Arizona still a seller’s market? Let’s find out.

In September, Phoenix homes sold for a median price of $440,000, a 2.33% YoY increase. Meanwhile, Flagstaff homes sold for a median price of $630,000, reflecting a 7.8% YoY rise. Notably, prices in Arizona markets mostly rose, with exceptions in Buckeye and Prescott.

  • Arizonans have survived the shockwaves of skyrocketing mortgage rates and rising home prices of 2023. Here’s what we predict for Arizona’s housing market:
  • Home Sellers Will Return to the Market in 2024: Sellers on the sidelines in 2023 will return, driven by new jobs or a desire for affordability. Analyst Whitney, accurate in predicting the 2008 crisis, forecasts up to 30 million housing units added by downsizing baby boomers.
  • Mortgage Interest Rates Will Stabilize by the 2nd Half of 2024: Mortgage rates hit 7.79% in October 2023, the highest in 23 years, but eased to 7.35% in November amid economic and labor market slowdown. We expect stabilization above 6% in the second half.
  • The Number of Home Buyers Will Rise: The historically high interest rates averted buyers in 2023. But mortgage demand rose after the interest rates lowered to 7.35% in November. The easing inflation and stabilizing rates will bring back house hunters. Arizona Buyers Agents are always on the go.
  • Home Prices Will Continue to Rise: Home prices rose steadily in the top metros across AZ YoY, reaching $408K in September 2023. Experts predict home prices will continue to rise until the low supply-high demand dynamic changes.
If you are a home buyer:

You can avoid bidding wars and avail seller concessions if you buy a home now. The 8.5% interest rate and mortgage payments are significant, but rates are unlikely to drop in the next few months. If they do, you can refi.

If you are a home seller:

You can lock in Arizona’s high home prices. Homes listed on MLS sell faster and for 17.5% more than off-MLS homes. That could be thousands of dollars in additional proceeds if you sell via Houzeo.