• Greer, Arizona
    Log cabin and ranch style homes are a very common sight throughout the White Mountains, as the surrounding vast pine forests really lends itself to this style of living
  • Show Low, Arizona
    Fool’s Hollow Lake at sunset; located in the heart of Show Low, is a State Park and Recreational area.
  • Lakeside, Arizona
    Rainbow Lake at sunset is one of many scenic views and lakes that draw people to the White Mountain’s;
    this lake is located right in the downtown area of Lakeside.
  • Taylor, Arizona
    Farming and ranching have played a significant role in this area since pioneering days.
  • Hawley Lake, Arizona
    On the Apache Indian Reservation, this is just one of their many lakes that are available for camping, fishing, hiking, and horseback riding.


The White Mountain Association of REALTORS® covers a jurisdictional area encompassing all of Northeastern Arizona; from Forest Lakes on the west, up to Winslow, and then east to the Arizona/New Mexico border. This area covers such a vast geographical range, the landscape varies from the lush greenery of one of the oldest and most beautiful Ponderosa Pine forests, numerous lakes, and even one ski resort to the colorful views of the Mogollon Rim and the Painted Desert.