Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Scottsdale- Arizona's Beverly Hills

Scottsdale Arizona. Perhaps you've heard of it, perhaps you haven't. But for those looking to get away from cold, humidity and overcrowding, Scottsdale is the place to live. Known by many as the “Beverly Hills of Arizona”, this growing community boasts world class golf courses, excellent schools, amazing art galleries, exceptional dining and of course, luxurious living. It's no wonder why many celebrities such as Danica Patrick, Wayne Gretzky, Lou Rawls and dozens of others have chosen Scottsdale as their home town.

And if you think about it, this is the best time to relocate. With the economy being less than great, screaming deals can be made on luxury real estate. Are the prices still a bit too steep? Well, there are tons of high end properties available in other areas in Phoenix and surrounding areas. Many of these homes have a lot of upgrades, are in great neighborhoods. With an average of only 2 weeks of rain per year, Arizona is the perfect place to call home.

When you're ready to start looking, or even if you're just considering moving, check out ScottsdaleFineProperties.com They're a fabulous real estate team who specialize in luxury estates and relocation services and still cater to the average family who simply wants to be treated like royalty. They have decades of experience and can help you get into your dream home as seamlessly as possible. They've been featured in magazines and have even won several awards.

So just what does the Scottsdale and Phoenix area have in regards to entertainment and activities? Well for the outdoor enthusiast, there is hiking, camping, and a variety of lake activities. For those who enjoy city life, there is fine dining, world class golfing, art galleries, shopping, night clubs, concerts and theater. For those who love sports, we have the Arizona Cardinals, Diamondbacks and Suns. Winter skiing is only a little over an hour away. With so much to do and with such wonderful weather, perhaps you can understand why I chose to make the Phoenix area my home.

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