RE/MAX Sun Properties

About RE/MAX Sun Properties

We believe that real estate is the most important and personal aspect of a family’s net worth. Our associates are experts at providing customized market analysis to keep our clients abreast of their homes current value and local market conditions. Clients use this timely data to explore options and make realistic plans for the future. As valued advisors, earned over decades of “right-sizing” moves with many of our clients, our agents also have a cadre of financing, remodeling, and decorating professionals whose services enhance the pleasure of day-to-day living and maximize the return upon a sale.

RE/MAX Sun Properties is located at the heart of Fountain Hills Town Center with an office on the Avenue of the Fountains and has been a driving force in real estate here since 1987. Our agents are also community leaders, involved in many local organizations like schools, nonprofit, cultural and recreation. Visit us for the latest information about the community, real estate, and area happenings!

Latest Blog Posts

Fountain Hills Spring Fountain Festival of Fine Arts

Immerse Yourself in Art and Culture at the Annual Fountain Festival of Fine Arts & CraftsThe Annual Fountain Festival of Fine Arts & Crafts Shows is an extraordinary gathering of gifted

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Why you Should Consider a New Construction Home

Are you putting off your plans to sell because you’re worried you won’t be able to find a home you like when you move? If so, it may be time to consider a newly built home and

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Concours in the Hills Sunday February 18th

Get Ready for the Greatest Car Show on Grass at Concours in the Hills.Every year, Concours in the Hills gets bigger. Today, Fountain Hills' whole lakeside park is filled by the event. This event is

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Pony Express Gallops into Fountain Hills February 1st

Hardly anything beats the spectacle of the Hashknife Pony Express crew galloping down the Avenue of the Fountains. Decked in deer-skin fringed leather jackets, these genuine "Old West" riders swoop

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