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The city of Phoenix (also known as the Valley of the Sun) is the 5th largest city in the United States comprising of 517.9 square miles. Its population is approximately 1,658,522 residents with 630,752 housing units. The median household income is $57,459. From an educational standpoint, 29.4% of adults 25 years + have a bachelor degree or higher. Phoenix offers spectacular sunsets, amazing summer storms with gorgeous lightening and captivating landscapes.

Phoenix offers so many things to do, it is hard to choose what to list! Notable things to do include the Musical Instrument Museum, The Phoenix Zoo, The Desert Botanical Gardens, enjoying the arts at Phoenix Symphony, a number of theater and concert venues, and sports venues such as the Phoenix Suns (basketball) and the Arizona Diamondbacks (baseball). For hikers, popular trails include Camelback Mountain, Piestewa Peak and South Mountain. Dining selections and shopping excursions include local establishments as well as national chains throughout the sprawling city. Two notable restaurants include Durant’s and the Farm at South Mountain. Desert Ridge Marketplace is a popular, upscale, open air shopping area with shops and restaurants and just one example of multiple fabulous places.

Arizona State University’s (ASU) Downtown Phoenix campus provides a multitude of academic and professional connections for students preparing for careers in health care, law, government, public service, the arts and sciences, journalism, media, global management and the corporate sector. Elementary and Middle school children may choose among several school districts, charter and private schools located throughout the city. Phoenix Union High School District (PXU) is one of the largest and most progressive high school districts in the United States. With 23 schools, over 28,000 students, and nearly 4,000 employees, PXU covers 220-square miles of Arizona’s capital city.

Phoenix real estate is as diverse as its residents. There is something for every taste, want and budget from large estates, horse properties, lakefront and golf properties, jaw-dropping hillside/mountain lots, mountain views or preserve lots, “lock & leave sized lots and acreage. Homes may include one or two stories, two or three and even 4 or more car garages, with HOA’s or without, with or without pools to duplexes, townhomes, patio homes and condominiums. There are neighborhoods deemed historic districts, mid-century homes and infill neighborhoods with newer homes.