How Safe Is Queen Creek and San Tan Valley Arizona?

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How Safe Is Queen Creek and San Tan Valley Arizona?

foreclosure picRecently, we were asked the question, “How Safe Is Queen Creek and San Tan Valley Arizona?” If you are considering moving to an area, but are unfamiliar with the location or community, then the best way to obtain crime data for a specific region is to call the local law enforcement office and ask. If you are inquiring about a property located in The Town of Queen Creek, in Maricopa County, then you would call the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office. However, if you are interested in learning more about crime statistics for a home with a Queen Creek or San Tan Valley address that is located in Pinal County, then you would call the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office. There are also websites online, such as the Community Crime Map and Spot Crime, where you can plug in a property address and it will show you any recent crime activity located in the vicinity of the home.
There are many wonderful communities in the Town of Queen Creek and also the surrounding area of San Tan Valley. It is very important to understand the differences between the two locations, before you decide which location is best for you, so here is what you need to know: Queen Creek Is Not San Tan Valley
Here is a snippet from the Buyer’s Advisory regarding Crime Statistics and Sex Offenders:
5 Crime Statistics
Crime statistics, an imperfect measurement at best, provide some indication of the level of criminal activity in an area. (Phoenix Crime Statistics) (Crime Statistics All Arizona Cities)
6 Sex Offenders
Since June 1996, Arizona has maintained a registry and community notification program for convicted sex offenders. Prior to June 1996, registration was not required, and only the higher-risk sex offenders are on the website. The presence of a sex offender in the vicinity of the property is not a fact that the seller or real estate broker is required to disclose. (Convicted Sex Offenders – Registry & Community Program Notification) (National Sex Offender Public Site)
Another great way to learn about a neighborhood is to ask the neighbors! People already living in the community are often your best resource. Section 4 of the Arizona Association of Realtors Buyer Advisory says:
Buyer Advisory Section 4

As full-time, experienced Realtors living and working in the areas of Queen Creek and San Tan Valley Arizona, we are always available to answer your real estate related questions. If you are interested in buying or selling a home in Queen Creek or San Tan Valley Arizona, or if you would simply like a FREE market analysis of your property, then please do not hesitate to contact Karen Berg at 602.919.2375 or Keely Semon at 480.220.1321.


Of course we’d love to help you any time you need to buy or sell, but we’re also here for you any time you have a question about the market. You can also feel free to call if you’re simply curious about the listed or sold price of a house down the street. We’re looking forward to hearing from you soon!


Karen Berg and Keely Semon

United Brokers Group
21321 E Ocotillo Rd C108
Queen Creek, AZ 85142
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