Arizona

Popular with snowbirds due to its mild winters, Arizona offers a wide array of metropolitan options and natural wonders.

Climate

While much of the state is quite hot in the summer, portions of the northern part of the state enjoy more moderate temperatures in the summer and can see significant snow in the winter.

Forests, Parks and Monuments

In addition to Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona is home to national forests, parks, and monuments.

Culture

Native American culture, as well as the trapping of the Old West, can be found in Arizona.

Phoenix Area (including Glendale, Scottsdale, Tempe and Mesa)

The capital city of Phoenix—the heart of the Valley of the Sun—is filled with arts and culture options, beautiful and restful resorts and spas, a collection of golf courses designed by the legendary Jack Nicklaus, an energized nightlife, and more. The Phoenix area is highly ranked as both a place to live and a place to retire—and may be the perfect spot for your second home.

Tuscon

Tucson is the state’s other large urban area, providing the amenities of city living while still offering a connection to the amazing landscape of the state. Tucson also offers ski resorts (as do smaller communities such as Alpine and Flagstaff).

With its varied climates, terrain, and amenities, Arizona offers something for just about everyone. And we can help connect you with the agent who can ensure you find exactly what you’re looking for in a second home.