We’ve got some good news! A recent study conducted by WalletHub ranked Gilbert in the top 5 for 2020’s best real estate markets. WalletHub considered 300 cities in the categories of large, midsize and small according to each city’s population. Gilbert claimed the No. 5 spot on the best places list overall and the No. 3 spot on the midsize city list. If you’re looking to move to this great city, you’ll find a Premier Title Agency (PTA) office ready to serve you.
Some of the most important metrics included home value forecast, price appreciation and housing affordability. The study also focused on things like building permit activity, unemployment rate, and job growth rate. In total, WalletHub considered 24 key metrics (indicators of housing market attractiveness and economic strength) when determining the best places to buy a home and rankings by city size.
It’s nice to see Gilbert getting some national attention; the Premier Title team has always known that Gilbert and other Arizona communities are great places to live. Here’s why we love Gilbert:
- Gilbert is focused on becoming the City of the Future using digital technology and information so this great community will thrive for years to come.
- There is a long list of entertaining and fun activities. Dining, shopping and “take and make” options will have you tagging your memories with #GilbertTogether.
- Neighborhood resources are important to Gilbert leaders. From connecting with neighbors to crime prevention, this city supports its homeowners.
PTA isn’t just in Gilbert. Premier Title is the Arizona title and escrow partner you can trust for your residential and commercial transactions throughout the state. We also have locations in Phoenix, Scottsdale, Chandler, Glendale, Lake Havasu, and Bullhead City.
Premier Title is built on a foundation of providing customer service excellence and being the title and escrow experts you can trust. We empower our talented people to make the decisions necessary to satisfy customers on the spot and will always be focused on you.
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