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Big Citys In Mesa

By Logan Oulman

Arizona real estate is well worth your time if you are considering moving to a new state. You are about to learn about the FSBO market of Arizona real estate and a little more about the state of Arizona.

The biggest metropolis in Arizona is Phoenix, and it is getting bigger all the time. Phoenix is already the 6th biggest metropolis in the country and it is Arizona’s state capital. Phoenix is getting so big that it has actually merged with the adjacent cities of Tempe and Scottsdale, Arizona. Phoenix has a perpetual new feeling to it, which leads to criticisms that it has no inherent culture or roots.

If you are a sports lover then Phoenix is a great place for you. There are professional teams in football, baseball, and basketball. There is even the Phoenix Coyotes, a professional ice hockey team. It may seem odd that a city in the desert has an NHL team, but that is something to expect in America.

Phoenix has amazing weather that gives you warm temperatures to enjoy year round. In the summer months, the temperatures hover north of 100 degrees and the air is typically very dry and not humid at all. In the winter, the average temperature during the day, typically hovers in the 70s, and when the sun goes down, you will find the nights to be quite cool.

Unlike Phoenix, Flagstaff is a town that reeks of the more historic Wild West. Sitting on the famous Route 66, Flagstaff is a college town because of Arizona State University. Also called ASU, there are more than 30,000 students who attend the university and make up a large part of Flagstaff’s population.

In a comparison with various other U.S. states, real estate in Arizona is quite inexpensive. The average home price in Phoenix is in the low $300,000s. Arizona has, however, become a hot real estate market with home values appreciating over 25% in the last 12 months.

The heat index in the state means you either love it or hate it here. If you are interested in staying warm all year round, you would be wise to purchase a house in Arizona.

Want to find out more about mesa realestate, then visit Logan Oulman’s site on how to choose the best mesa realestate for your needs.

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