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10 Reasons Why You Should Move to Phoenix, Arizona: The Grand Canyon State

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Why move to Phoenix, Arizona? Phoenix is the fifth largest city in the country, it is the capital of the Grand Canyon state and has a population 1.537 million people as of September, 2008. (Click here for real-time census bureau numbers). Phoenix is considered the “Hub of the Southwest” with Los Angeles, San Diego, Las Vegas, Denver, Albuquerque, and Hermosillo, Mexico all within 500 miles. Many visitors to Phoenix fall in love with the city and decide to move to great weather, affordable housing, a growing job market, good schools, professional sports, an expanding arts and culture scene and ample recreational opportunities.

    CLIMATE: For many, the weather is the main attraction. Phoenix is a premier destination boasting more than 300 sun-filled days a year and an average temperature of 73 degrees.

    REAL ESTATE: Although home prices are rising, Phoenix remains one of the most affordable housing markets in the country. Apartment dwellers also will find a nice selection of affordable communities designed to fit their lifestyles. There are a wide variety of homes to choose from in all price ranges with downtown Phoenix becoming a major player in metropolitan & urban living. The much desired & craved culture by Phoenix resident's is beginning to shape up, consequently giving a surge in popularity and sales of downtown Phoenix historical homes, Glendale historic homes, Scottsdale historical homes, Tempe historic homes, Phoenix lofts, condos and high-rise living.

    CRIME: Phoenix is safe by big-city standards. Taking Phoenix's growing population into account, the crime rate per 100,000 decreased by 31-percent between 1996 and 2005. This represents a 31-percent decrease in the property crime rate and 27-percent decrease in the violent crime rate per 100,000.

    JOB MARKET: The local job market continues to grow at a steady rate, with more than 100,000 total new jobs forecast for 2005. In 2005, Phoenix created more new jobs than Los Angeles, New York and Chicago. Phoenix has a young, educated, and growing workforce.

    BUSINESS/ECONOMY: Bankers, business leaders and investors are coming to the heart of Arizona’s Capitol -- to invest their capital. In the last two years, nine billion dollars in public and private dollars have been invested in Phoenix. Standard & Poor’s described Phoenix as having a broad, diverse and expanding economy with strong employment indicators.

    HIGHER EDUCATION: Newcomers will find a wide selection of charter, public and private schools. Student test scores are improving, computers are highly available and schools are safe. Phoenix is also home to Arizona State University - West, ASU Downtown, Community Colleges and private colleges such as the University of Phoenix and Grand Canyon University. In addition, leading genomics scientists from around the world have relocated to Phoenix due to the cities strategic investment in the Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen).

    The area is home to a host of first-rate post-secondary schools, ranging from trade and technical schools to the state’s biggest academic powerhouse. Arizona State University has more than 57,000 students and is the largest university in the state. Thunderbird, The American Graduate School of International Management, is consistently rated by U.S. News and World Report as the premier institution for international business education in the nation. Other major institutions include: Apollo College, Maricopa County Community Colleges, DeVry University and the Art Institute of Phoenix.

    OUTDOOR RECREATION: Enjoy all the weather has to offer with one of the many outdoor educational opportunities including the Desert Botanical Gardens, the Phoenix Zoo and the Pueblo Grande Museum and Archaeological Park. Phoenix has the largest mountain park preserves in the nation along with the 17,000 acre South Mountain, the largest municipal park in the world. The National Golf Foundation named Phoenix the “Golf Capital of the World.” Recreation opportunities include more than 200 golfing, golf courses, hiking, bicycling, and boating at nearby lakes.

    ARTS & CULTURE: Phoenix’s exciting arts and culture scene includes the Phoenix Museum of History, Arizona Science Center, Herberger Theater, Phoenix Symphony Hall, Dodge Theatre and the historic Orpheum Theater. Visitors can also see the Ballet Arizona, Arizona Opera, Actors Theatre of Phoenix and the Valley Youth Theatre. Art lovers can visit the Phoenix Art Museum and the famous Heard Museum and many other arts organizations such as Art Link.

    SPORTS: Collegiate and professional sports thrive in the Phoenix area. Phoenix is the home of the Phoenix Suns, Arizona Diamondbacks, Arizona Rattlers and Phoenix Mercury. On any given day, Phoenix attracts more than 5 million sports fans.

    LIGHT RAIL: The metropolitan area’s new light rail system will began operation in 2008, runs through the heart of downtown and provides convenient transportation for downtown workers, residents and visitors. It is still being expanded on today.

    "Phoenix really is a city with a heart – a place filled with energy and excitement, opportunity and hope."
    ~ City of Phoenix Mayor Phil Gordon

    Information courtesy of The Phoenix Chamber of Commerce

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