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Phoenix Lifestyle

Phoenix Lifestyle- March 2017

February 27, 2017

Well it’s March again and there are plenty of events, sports, festivals and other happenings around the valley. Nascar is on Mar. 17-19th at Phoenix International Raceway in Avondale for the 4th race of the Nascar season. Last week’s Daytona 500 in Florida is always the first race of the season. The circuit will return […]

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Phoenix Real Estate for Canadians

September 18, 2013

For decades Canadians have flocked to the warmth and beauty of the Valley of the Sun…the Greater Phoenix Real Estate area. The allure of great weather, abundance of golfing, pro sports, entertainment, shopping, dining and cultural venues brings thousands of Canadians here from Newfoundland to BC. For many, it is to visit for a week […]

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Pool homes in Greater Phoenix

November 27, 2011

Many Canadians feel that they would like to have a pool in the back yard of their vacation home. Traveling down from colder climates, many want their home to be their own personal resort and yearn for warmer temps in the sun enjoying the pool atmosphere. The hunt for homes with pools is ongoing and […]

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Phoenix Real Estate- Active Adult Areas

October 30, 2011

There are an abundance of age restricted areas in the Greater Phoenix Real Estate area. They are commonly called 55+ communities or active adult areas and they typically offer amenities such as pools, recreational facilities, golf courses and many to most are gated. They are mostly situated throughout suburban fringe parts of the valley. The […]

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Phoenix Weather

September 10, 2011

Phoenix….Valley of the Sun! That’s what it’s known for with at least 300 days of sunshine in a year. With temperatures averaging around 19 Celsius or 67 Fahrenheit in December & January it’s no wonder so many people from colder climates have flocked here for generations in the winter months. And those are the coldest […]

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