Homes for Sale in Phoenix
The City of Phoenix is a destination, for vacationers, winter visitors and those that choose to move here. Phoenix is also a major hub for business with Interstate 10 flowing through its borders and Sky Harbor International Airport for business travel & air freight. Due to the warm climate and predictable weather, Phoenix has become one of the most desirable places to live. You know you have arrived in Phoenix when you see Camelback Mountain rise before you. If you are considering a move to Phoenix, you can search homes for sale in Phoenix above.
Whatever your taste in homes, Phoenix has it all. There are lofts downtown and along the Central Corridor. Find Craftsman style homes in the Willo District or artsy homes along Roosevelt Row. Homes with green yards and trees can be found in the Arcadia and Encanto Areas. Stately Mansions can be found in the Biltmore Area. Mountain views can be had in Moon Valley and both North & South Phoenix.
Phoenix has parks for hiking, fishing, skating, picnics, dog parks and more! South Mountain Park, possibly the largest municipal park, has miles of trails according to the City of Phoenix website, www.Phoenix.gov/parks. The center of the city has Margaret T. Hance Park, Steele Indian School Park and Encanto Park. Want more hiking, try out the Phoenix Mountains Preserve. There is plenty to do outdoors in Phoenix.
The 2010 Census population count for Phoenix was 1,445,632 with Phoenix covering approximately 519 square miles according to www.Phoenix.gov. This covers a lot of the Valley of the Sun. As the 6th largest city in the United States, this allows for a variety of employers, amenities, service, sports, stores and restaurants to be within short driving distances.
Large companies provide much needed jobs, with Phoenix having such major employers Honeywell International, Banner Health, Apollo Group, several major banks and more. Major sports teams located in Phoenix are the Arizona Diamondbacks, the Phoenix Suns, the Phoenix Mercury and the Arizona Rattlers.
Arizona State University has expanded its campuses to downtown Phoenix. With the Light Rail, the renovation of the Phoenix Convention Center and the revitalization of the Central Corridor, Phoenix meets the needs of all ages.
To get more history on Phoenix, click on this link: https://www.phoenix.gov/pio/city-publications/history
Phoenix real estate is a major driver in the Phoenix economy. Homes in Phoenix run from affordable to world class. If you are considering a home in Phoenix, search the homes for sale in Phoenix above. There is such a variety, you will be able to find what you like. Enjoy!
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