Highlights

  • Over 300 Days of Sun a Year

  • 90.9° / 52.5° Avg High/Low Temps

  • 1.66M Residents

  • 6th Largest City in the U.S

  • 200 Golf Courses

  • Home of Cactus League Spring Training

Nicknamed “The Valley of the Sun”, the greater Phoenix area averages more than 300 sunny days each year – that’s more sunshine than any other metro area in the country.

Phoenix has amazing dining, shopping, sports venues, concerts, shows, and just about every type of entertainment you can imagine. Whether you’re looking to escape bitter winters or insane living costs – or you’ve simply fallen in love with the blue skies, epic sunsets, calming lakes, & tons of outdoor activities, Phoenix is an intriguing & desirable city to live in.

Phoenix is a highly business-friendly city, with lots of job opportunities and an affordable cost of living. Phoenix is considered one of the safest places in the U.S. to do business due to its geographically low probability of natural disasters.

The city’s mild winters entice thousands of part-time residents, many of whom decide to call Phoenix home permanently. Since 2016, Phoenix has ranked as one of the fastest-growing cities in the United States, and currently, Phoenix ranks as the 5th most populous city in the nation.

Established in 1881, Phoenix encompasses a wide array of architectural styles – everything from Historic Tudor and Midcentury Modern to Territorial Style and Contemporary.

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