Arizona is one of the hottest real estate markets in the country. This state seems to be going through a bullet-proof economic growth that few areas of the country can rival. Many companies are relocating to Arizona to take advantage of its favorable tax climate, educated and productive workforce, and beautiful environment.
It’s no wonder that people are relocating to Arizona in droves. In fact, Phoenix has become the 5th biggest city in the nation. The city itself stretches out over almost 2,500 square miles of Maricopa County.
If you are interested in a home in Arizona, especially in the Phoenix metropolitan area, you may want to consider looking at one of the many cities and towns that are located around Phoenix. There are many incorporated and unincorporated cities and towns surrounding Phoenix on all sides.
When your begin searching for your Arizona home, consider your lifestyle and the amenities that are important to you. If you like an urban feel, you can find some great condos in the downtown Phoenix area. If you are looking for an upscale luxury home, you should consider communities like Scottsdale, Paradise Valley and the Biltmore Estates. These cities feature homes with some of the most spectacular mountain views to be found in Arizona.
If you are looking for your first home or are interested in a family friendly community, cities like Gilbert and Chandler may appeal to you. These cities and towns offer planned communities with many family activities and excellent school systems.
Throughout the Phoenix metropolitan area, you’ll find housing options to meet your lifestyle, whether you prefer city life or family weekends in the suburbs.
Reg Gustin is a senior loan officer with Sun American Mortgage and specializes in helping families and their financial lending needs.
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