Top 5 Reasons to Move to Arizona



The weather is pretty hard to beat!  Our state has well over 300 days of nothing but sunshine and most folks would agree that the weather here in Arizona is fabulous.

Despite the hot summer months, you cannot deny that it is better than the high humidity in other parts of the country. If hot summer weather is something you could do without, the northern part of the state will provide you with the “best of both worlds!”

There are times when cold air masses from Canada make their presence into Arizona, which in turn brings temperatures well below zero in the higher plateau and mountainous regions of central and northern Arizona. The lowest readings in the winter can drop down to 35 degrees Fahrenheit below zero. In the summer, high temperatures are generally 20 degrees cooler than the lower elevations, such as the Phoenix area.

On the other hand, if you feel you just cannot seem to get enough heat to keep yourself warm because perhaps you have been frozen in the “tundra,” for so long and cannot seem to “thaw out,” then you will adore summer here in the valley.

During the winter months here in Arizona, you can expect daytime temperatures averaging around the 70 degree Fahrenheit mark!


There’s the Grand Canyon, Canyon de Chelly National Monument, Chiricahua National Monument, Kartchner Caverns State Park, Horseshoe Bend, Mogollon Rim, Tonto National State Park, Monument Valley, Petrified National Forest, Red Rock State Park, Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument, Sedona; There are so many incredible wonders to experience in Arizona, the list is endless.


Arizona is any golf lover’s paradise and has become an influential spot for professional golfers and golf tournaments. With over 200 golf courses (in Phoenix, alone), in addition to the incredible weather – golfers can play 18 holes, all year round!


The wildlife is very much alive and abundant here in Arizona. You don’t have to travel far to get a glimpse of the many wildlife species. Saguaros, coyotes, wildflowers, snakes, javelinas, bob-cats, roadrunners, the list goes on and on. You will not get bored with the amount of wildlife you will experience here. This is another reason why people move to Arizona and you don’t even have to drive out to the mountains to see it!


There is a strong culture in Arizona. Filled with mountains, lakes, golf courses, trails and wildlife on one side, and delicious food from all over the world on the other side. Arizona (Scottsdale, specifically), has become a capital place in fashion and has a vibrant shopping culture.  Along with the incredible outdoor activities and scenery, there’s a lively city lifestyle that is envied by our other 49 states!