Arizona property guide

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Phoenix, Arizona Real Estate - The McNabs
Specializing in Phoenix relocation, Phoenix investment, home selling and home buying with over 12 years experience. Part of the Century 21 real estate Group.
Areas and cities covered: Phoenix and Glendale (9.2 miles from Phoenix), Arizona.
About Phoenix
Incorporated in 1881, Phoenix is located in the southwestern part of the United States in County of Maricopa.
It's the 6th largest US city is Arizona's capitol.
Phoenix's population is 1,421,298 (as of Sept. 30, 2004)
Median Age: 30.7 years
Average household income: $41,207 (year 2000)
Phoenix has a diverse community: 55.8% of Phoenix inhabitants are White, 34.1% are Latino, 5.1% are African-American and 2.7% are American-Indian.
Elevation: 2483 feets above sea level.
The average median home value was $112,600 in 2000.
The weather is semi-arid and all year sunny.
Phoenix offers everything in arts, culture, dining, sports, recreation, lodging and financial opportunities.
Weather: More than 300 sunny days/year.
Honeywell, Boeing, Motorola and Intel have major operations here.
3 airports including the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport.
13 libraries, 29 swimming pools, 412 miles of bicycle pathways, 8 golf courses, 1 Phoenix zoo, 83 hotels with 21,000 rooms.
207 parks and 37,000 acres of open spaces and parks (including Mountain Preserves).

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