Glendale Real Estate
Glendale claims to be the antique capital of Arizona, with several well-known antiques stores listed on the Glendale Convention and Visitors Bureau website at visitglendale.com.
The city is home to metro Phoenix's first medical school: Midwestern University. It was founded in 1995.
Glendale was founded in 1892 by William John Murphy.
The former mayor of Glendale, Elaine Scruggs, served from 1993 to 2013. She was the longest-standing mayor in the metro Phoenix area.
The first Super Bowl held in Glendale was in 2008. It was won by the New York Giants when they faced the New England Patriots.
Jordin Sparks is from Glendale.
In the late 1800s through 1914, selling ostrich feathers was a booming business. Glendale ostrich feathers were said to be the most beautiful, according to goglendaleaz.com.
Due to commuting, there is a 17.9 percent daytime population change.
Glendale sits at an elevation of 1,152 feet.
Glendale covers 55.8 square miles.
Glendale is home to Luke Air Force Base which was built in 1941.
Glendale is the sports destination of Arizona. It is home to both University of Phoenix Stadium and Gila River Arena.
Glendale Listings Summary
Glendale - Town vs. County Stats
Avg Price in Glendale: $512,900 / County Avg $876,700
Avg Taxes in Glendale: $1,900 / County Avg $2,900
Avg Sq. Ft. in Glendale: 2,067 / County Avg 2,461
Avg Price per/sqft in Glendale:$248 / County Avg $356
Avg Walkscore in Glendale: 40 / County Avg 32
Avg Year Built in Glendale: 1988 / County Avg 1994
Avg Days on Website in Glendale: 25 / County Avg 43