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Brand New City?

By Logan Oulman

Arizona real estate is well worth your time if you are considering moving to a new state. Following is a primer of the state and the FSBO Arizona real estate market.

The largest and fastest growing city in Arizona is the city of Phoenix. Phoenix is the capital of Arizona, the economic hub of the state and the sixth largest city in the United States. Phoenix is getting so big that it has actually merged with the adjacent cities of Tempe and Scottsdale, Arizona. Some individuals claim that there is a lack of individuality and core foundation, as Phoenix seems to be ever-changing.

If you want to attend sporting events, Phoenix has a nice selection. There are professional teams in football, baseball, and basketball. The Phoenix Coyotes take to the ice each year, for those individuals interested in taking in a professional hockey game. It may seem odd that a city in the desert has an NHL team, but that is something to expect in America.

If you’re looking for warm weather, Phoenix is the place. During the summer, average temperatures are usually above the 100 degree mark without much humidity to speak of. 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. The University, better known as “ASU”, has over 30,000 students who more or less dominate Flagstaff.

The real estate in Arizona, compared with other states, is priced to be affordable. A typical house in Phoenix will cost around $300,000 on average. Over the past year, though, the real estate market in Arizona has caught fire, and the state has seen a greater than 25% appreciation in home values.

People either really like Arizona or hate it based on how they view the heat. If you are interested in staying warm all year round, you would be wise to purchase a house in Arizona.

Learn more about mesa real estate. Stop by Logan Oulman’s site where you can find out all about mesa real estate and what it can do for you.

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Oulman, Logan "Brand New City?." Brand New City?. 25 Jul. 2010. 20 Aug 2014 <>.

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