"Simply the best & most powerful
MLS Search in Arizona" -Sandra P., homebuyer
This IDX website is integrated directly into the actual official MLS that Realtors use in Arizona, ARMLS®! With far more criteria choices to search by, no other consumer property portal even comes close. The data contained within it is taken from the actual MLS data, updated in real time, so it's even more current than Realtor.com! The power of the MLS now belongs to YOU!
Harness your power!
You can keep track of favorite listings, request Showings or mark properties that you like or dislike. You can even Share your favorite properties on your favorite social media, like facebook, or email the listings to friends and family for their opinions.
To narrow your search on the map, you may define search shapes (rectangles, circles, and polygons) where you would like to look for listings. To remove a search area, locate the shape in the search criteria panel, and click on the blue X next to the shape name.
To create a rectangular search area, click on the rectangle shape, then click on the map to define one corner of your rectangle. Move your mouse until the rectangle is the desired size, and click again to complete the shape.
To create a circular search area, click on the circle shape, then click on the map to set the center of your search. Move your mouse to increase the radius of the search from that center point, click again to complete the circle.
To create an irregular-shaped search area, click on the polygon in your Search Areas box, then click on the map to define the first corner of your polygon. Click to define the remaining search boundaries. Your polygon can have as many points as you need to define your search area. Double-click to complete your polygon.
Multiple Search Shapes - When using multiple search shapes, you may choose if you would like to search only the intersection of those shapes by placing a check in the box marked Intersection.
Moving the Map
Pan – The Pan Tool is the default tool selection when you enter flexmls Mapping. Using the Pan Tool, you may move the map in any direction. To use the Pan Tool, click and hold, and move the map in any direction. When you release the mouse button, the map will stop moving.
Navigation Arrows – By using the arrow buttons above the zoom bar, you may move the map in the direction indicated by the arrow.
Keyboard Pan - You may use the arrow keys on your keyboard to pan the map in small increments. The Up, Down, Left, and Right arrow keys all work independently, or you may move diagonally by holding two keys together, such as Left and Up.
To adjust the zoom level to display a larger or smaller area, you have four options:
Scroll Wheel – if your mouse is equipped with a scroll wheel, scrolling will increase or decrease the zoom level, centering the map at the cursor point.
Double-Click – double-click at a point on the map to zoom and center at that location.
Zoom Bar – to maintain the current map center but adjust the magnification, use the zoom bar in the upper left corner of the mapping screen. Click the + or - buttons to move the zoom level up or down.
Zoom Tool – The green plus sign is your Zoom Tool. Click on the green plus sign to select the Zoom Tool, which then changes the cursor to an arrow with a question mark. While the Zoom Tool is selected, you may click once to re-center the map at the click location, or you may click, hold, and release to draw a zoom area.
Next to the search shape tools, the Nosy Neighbor tool allows you to click on a point on the map to bring up listing information. The parcel dimensions, where available, will display, and a mini listing history. Click on the link marked Select to place one of the historical listings on your selected tab. Click on the listing number to view its listing report in a separate window.
Map Display Buttons
Back/Forward Buttons – Similar to your web browser, flexmls Mapping includes buttons to move between displays. If you would like to revert to the previous mapping zoom level or focus, click the back button (left arrow). From there, you may return to the most recent zoom level or focus by clicking the forward button (right arrow).
Display all Points on Map – Click the button in between the Back/Forward buttons to return to the initial map view where all plotted points are visible. This tool is handy if you have moved the map to a point where you have lost perspective.
Use the Measuring tool to measure distances on the map. Select the tool, click once on the map to begin measuring, move the mouse to the first point you’d like to measure. You may continue measuring segments on the map by repeating the process. Double click to clear the current measurements and begin again.
In the lower right corner of the mapping screen, click the color wheel icon to bring up the color legend. The initial view of the color legend will display different colored dots that correspond to the statuses of the properties that are plotted on the map. Click on the drop-down arrow to change the colored listing dots to display graded colors to show the listings by Price or by Price/Square Foot. This feature allows you to visually track price trends among mapped listings.
Click on the pushpin icon to locate a point on the map. If the address is found immediately, the point will appear as a pushpin on the map. If there are multiple possible matches, you will be presented with a list of matching locations to choose from. If no locations match your search criteria, you will be given the option to edit the address that you are searching for, or manually locate the location on the map.
Click on the drop-down list in the upper right corner of the map tab to view available overlays. You may choose if you would like to hide the listing icons or drawn shapes on your map. For example, you may choose to hide Drawn Shapes from the map. This hides, but does not remove the shapes as earch criteria.
Using the menu options at the upper right corner of your Portal page, you may also:
Return to the portal dashboard by clicking Home,
Share the current listing or selected listings with others over e-mail, or to a variety of social networking sites by clicking Share,
Print listing information by clicking Print,
Get driving directions for the listings you've selected with a check box by clicking Route,
or Log Out of your portal by clicking Log Off
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discrimination because of race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status, or national origin, or
intention to make any such preference, limitation, or discrimination." We will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law.
All persons are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised are available on an equal opportunity
* This website uses FlexMLS idx. FlexMLS is the provider of MLS data services for ARMLS - the Arizona Regional Multiple Listing Service, used by the most real estate agents in Arizona. Because the data is collected from thousands of sources throughout Arizona, Information Deemed Reliable But Not Guaranteed. Real estate buyers should always verify property information that is important to them with any home purchase. All the agents depicted on this website's homepage are licensed in Arizona. Equal housing opportunity. Listings of homes for sale in Arizona cities that this MLS service (ARMLS®) covers includes the towns and cities of Northern Arizona, such as Ash Fork, Lakeside, Pinetop, Dewey, Paulden, Show Low, Flagstaff, Pine, Strawberry and Williams at the discretion of participating agents from those locales. The same applies to the coverage area of Northwestern Arizona and Mohave County, including Bullhead City, Golden Valley, Lake Havasu City, Dolan Springs, Havasu City, Yucca, Fort Mohave, and Kingman, Arizona. Even home listings in Tucson and Southern Arizona with homes for sale in Benson, Bisbee, Catalina, Douglas, Green Valley, Hereford, Huachuca City, Marana, Nogales, Oro Valley, Pomerene, Rio Rico, Sierra Vista, Tombstone, Tubac, Tumacacori, and Vail fall in this category as well. Although ARMLS is not the primary MLS in those regions, agents from those cities often include their Arizona property listings in ARMLS to benefit from the additional exposure that ARMLS can provide. Listings for the region that includes Camp Verde, Cottonwood, Payson, Sedona, Prescott and Prescott Valley typically are more often found in ARMLS than other outlying towns, yet they have their own independent MLS as well. The principal coverage area of ARMLS has traditionally been the Phoenix metropolitan area combined with the Casa Grande surrounding area, which comprises the counties of Maricopa and Pinal County, and the southern portion of Yavapai County as well. Primary MLS reciprocity includes the towns and cities of Phoenix, Scottsdale, Glendale, Peoria, Anthem (north), New River, Cave Creek, Carefree, Fountain Hills, and Paradise Valley in the north valley, and Ahwatukee, Mesa, Tempe, Gilbert, Chandler, Sun Lakes, Apache Junction and Queen Creek in the east valley. In the west valley would include Tolleson, Laveen, Avondale, Litchfield Park, Goodyear, Buckeye, Surprise, El Mirage, Youngtown and all the Sun City areas including Sun City Grand and Sun City West. The Pinal County towns and cities include Casa Grande, San Tan Valley, Johnson Ranch, Anthem (east), Florence, Coolidge, Maricopa, Arizona City, Eloy and Toltec. The list of cities above is not meant to be complete, but rather for illustrative purposes only, as to the potential reach and exposure that ARMLS provides its customers.