Cave Creek Real Estate
Cave Creek, Arizona, in Maricopa county, is 10 miles NE of Glendale, Arizona (center to center) and 12 miles N of Phoenix, Arizona. Part of the surrounding Phoenix - Mesa metro area, the town is not an isolated town. Cave Creek is home to some 3,728 residents.
The People and Families of Cave Creek
In Cave Creek, about 63% of adults are married.
The people of Cave Creek are more likely male than female.
Wealth and Education
In 2000, Cave Creek had a median family income of $76,549. More so than most places, the people in Cave Creek generally have good jobs with good salaries. The large segment of the population in the town with spending money keeps the town vital. Fewer people in Cave Creek are poor than in most places in Arizona. Impressively, having a college education is normal in the town. Home-based work is more common in Cave Creek than in most places. It's worth saying that successful single folks are not uncommon in the town.
George W. Bush was the top money-getter ($21,080) among 2004 Presidential candidates in Cave Creek. The Republican party stood out in its ability to raise campaign money in the town.
Cave Creek Housing
According to the 2000 census, 81% of the housing in Cave Creek was owner-occupied. On average, homes in the town have gone up relatively recently. If you want a nice house, or any home in a nice town, you usually need to pay higher property taxes. It's no different here.
In Cave Creek, 87% of commuters drive to work.
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