Gilbert is a great place to live and prosper, boasting a low unemployment rate, low crime rates, and top performing school districts. On average, Gilbert has some of the newest homes in the nation. Buyers looking for new construction will have many options available.
There has been a growth in home sales, showing people are choosing to move to Gilbert for good reason. The average education level of Gilbert ranks among the highest in the nation. Forty percent of Gilbert residents 25-and-older have at least a bachelor’s degree, almost twice the national average. Gilbert has more people who work in high technology fields (computers/mathematics) than 95% of other United States locations.
Gilbert has something for everyone, with a 100-acre wildlife preserve containing miles of trails, excellent golf courses, the Higley Center for the Performance Arts, Hale Theater and more. The new Saint Xavier University is nestled next to
the bustling Heritage District with wonderful dining, a Saturday Farmers market, many seasonal events, the popular Food Truck Fridays and more. If these aren’t reason enough to enjoy living in Gilbert, they are also building a massive 272-acre $174M Regional park.