Arizona is internationally renowned for it natural beauty, its pleasant winters, varied recreational activities and diverse cultural opportunities. There's no place on earth quite like the Grand Canyon State with 26 national parks, 27 state parks, assorted monuments, and many recreation areas and historic sites.

Millions and millions of acres of recreation area! Water recreation is available on more miles of fresh water shoreline than anywhere else in the USA.

Fine southwest living awaits in Arizona with well over 300 days a year of sunshine. Arizona has great golf, a reasonable cost of living and a wide selection of housing choices that are perfect for your life style and budget.

Whether you prefer the big cities or quieter communities, it really doesn’t matter, because you can certainly find both types of Arizona living.

You've been dreaming about the perfect home in Arizona for years and now it's time to imagine sipping your morning coffee while enjoying the desert sunrises and in the evenings you can enjoy cool refreshing drinks while watching the famous Arizona sunsets. It is time for you to enjoy the wonderful weather and sunshine that comes with life in Arizona.

The Greater Phoenix Area is very spread out, and is comprised of more than 20 cities and towns. The weather, services, activities, and employment are just a few reasons they pick the Phoenix area.
Apache Junction Anthem Buckeye Carefree
Cave Creek Chandler Fountain Hills Gilbert
Glendale Goodyear Mesa Paradise Valley
Peoria Phoenix Queen Creek Scottsdale
Sun City Sun City West Tempe Surprise

Northwest Arizona is a great area to live. Close to Las Vegas, full of outdoor recreation, reasonably priced homes and nice people. What more could you ask? How about lots of water recreation?

From boating to scuba diving to wakeboarding, visitors to Lake Mead, Lake Mohave, and Lake Havasu have myriad choices when it comes to water-related activities.

Bullhead City Chloride Dolan Springs Fort Mohave
Golden Valley Golden Shores Kingman Lake Havasu City
Meadview Parker White Hills Mohave Valley
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North Central Arizona is home to the Grand Canyon, one of nature's wonders. And can you believe there is snow skiing too?

Central Arizona - Sycamore Canyon may be the best place in Arizona you never heard of. The second-largest canyon in the state - 20 miles long and, in places, seven miles wide - slices through the Mogollon Rim just a dozen miles northwest of Sedona. Many enjoy viewing Sedona's red rock beauty.

Southwest Arizona is home to several hundred thousand snowbirds each year. On average it takes about 3 winters in their RV until they are ready to buy a home in the area. And if you like swapmeets and rock shows, Quartzsite is the place to go.

Southern Arizona has attracted retirees for over 50 years. Warm dry climate, beautiful scenery, friendly people, and lot of housing options. It all adds up to be a great area of Arizona to live.

Arizona is full of surprises, The White Mountains sprawl across eastern Arizona, a land of rugged peaks, tall pines and lovely lakes. Other than the San Francisco Peaks, it is the highest mountain range in Arizona, with several peaks topping out at more than 11,000 feet.

Arizona casinos offer the chance to win and lose large amounts of money, but ours are different from the Vegas brethren. Arizona's are scattered around the state, rather than being concentrated on or near a strip and downtown.

The Arizona Strip remote wonderland is full of remote, backcountry beauty. No place, though, is quite as remote or difficult to reach, or, arguably, more beautiful than the Arizona Strip, a 5 million-acre swath of splendor between the Colorado River and the Utah line. Beautiful to look at but most people would not like to live there.

Kartchner Caverns State Park is 2-1/2 miles of nearly unrivaled wonders and as magnificent as that big hole in the ground north of Flagstaff. It's the Grand Canyon with a lid. The Petrified Forest National Park lets visitors to the vast park of 218,533 acres see the petrified remains of trees that grew here millions of years ago.

Monument Valley towers in the lore of movies as John Ford's favorite stage. And yet Monument Valley feels like the most foreign of places, even exotic - if such things still can be said about a large piece of our map. Many of us got our first glimpses of Arizona in movies made here.


Are you living in a high risk area for natural disasters? It only takes one natural disaster to ruin your whole day. Are you tired of Wildfires, Earthquakes, Tornadoes, Volcanoes, Hurricanes, Mud Slides, Flooding, and Winter Weather? Then move to Arizona, you'll wonder why you did not do it sooner!

There are many other small towns in Arizona, located everywhere from desert living to the high mountains of Eastern Arizona. Come and visit Arizona, explore the many options, and then move to Arizona. You'll be glad you did.

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