Within Arizona and across the USA there are many locations available that provide genuine Live Work Lifestyle options.
We can discuss what your goals and preferences are to find you the optimum location to meet your needs. When considering where to live in Arizona based on your lifestyle, several factors come into play. If you thrive in vibrant urban environments with a range of cultural attractions, employment opportunities, and a bustling nightlife, Phoenix would be an ideal choice. With its diverse neighborhoods, the city offers a variety of housing options to suit different preferences. On the other hand, if you prefer a more laid-back lifestyle surrounded by natural beauty, Flagstaff might be a better fit. Nestled amidst mountains and forests, Flagstaff provides ample opportunities for outdoor activities like hiking, skiing, and exploring national parks. Additionally, if you seek a warm climate and a resort-like atmosphere, the city of Scottsdale could be your go-to destination. Known for its luxury resorts, golf courses, and vibrant art scene, Scottsdale offers a blend of relaxation and upscale living. Ultimately, the choice depends on your personal preferences, whether you prioritize city amenities, outdoor recreation, or a mix of both.
Phoenix, Arizona is now the fifth largest city in the U.S.
Phoenix has beautiful national parks, hiking trails, top ranked golf courses and resorts! Whether you fall in love with the area while vacationing here golfing, hiking, trail riding or eating at amazing local restaurants!
Maybe you are moving here for a job transfer and relocating the whole family. (Please feel free to look at our great schools link.)
Due to a strong economy and job market, job growth in Phoenix over the next ten years is predicted to be 48.2%, surpassing the national average job growth prediction of 33.5%.
With an economy driven by tourism, aerospace, manufacturing, electronics, agriculture, and mining, Phoenix has a wide variety of industries that are important to the city's success.
With a booming tech sector also on the rise, much of the area has been nicknamed the "Silicon Desert," which rivals Silicon Valley in California. Many top companies and startups that work on hardware, software, AI, Semiconductors, and other emerging technologies.
With over 300 days of sunshine! Phoenix’s dry heat is the stuff of which Phoenicians enjoy most. Yes I said it “dry heat” I know lol! I am originally from Michigan but transferred here in 2005.
For snowbirds (like me) who worry about missing winter sporting activities, there’s skiing and snowboarding resorts just a few hours north, so you get the best of both worlds.
Lori strives to put her clients first and dedicates her time to making their process as smooth and seamless as possible. Lori also realizes this is one of the largest investments of your life, and is grateful to be on your personal real estate journey with you.