Goodyear Arizona Homes for Sale

The city of Goodyear has a wide variety of affordable homes from low price starter homes to bigger more affluent homes, estates on the mountain side and specially zoned equestrian property for those with horses. Goodyear is one of the cities that pioneered master planned communities in Arizona. Amenities include country clubs, golf courses, community centers, recreational attractions such as jogging paths, lakes and access to nearby mountains with miles of equestrian trails. The versatility of this community made it appealing to people from all across the US and from overseas as well.

Goodyears history goes back to the cotton days, as part of a 16k acre purchase by the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company, thus the name. The land was used to grow cotton because of short import supplies and used by Goodyear to make rubber tires for World war 1 airplanes and the automobile industry which was beginning to boom. As housing demands and growth hit the area the Goodyear Farm was sold off to an Arizona developer who transformed the land into a master-planned community. Our free MLS search will help you find real estate and homes for sale in Goodyear Arizona.

Founded as an official city in 1985, Goodyear had been an established town since 1917 yet remained small. Due to the city status being given building in the area grew in the mid 80’s which now covers more than 300,000 acres of land with over a dozen mini-communities. Considering the time Goodyear has been around, most of the current housing is 10 years old or less.

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