Phoenix and Scottsdale Real Estate

 
Scottsdale, Arizona is a neighboring city to Phoenix. It is one of the most luxurious destinations in the world and a wonderful place to live whether raising a family or enjoying your own personal pursuits.

Scottsdale is noted for it’s clear Sonora desert mountain vistas, cultural opportunities, world-class shopping and fine restaurants. If you are looking for an Arizona golf property the finest are located in Scottsdale, Arizona.

If you are considering a real estate transaction within Scottsdale put our expertise, experience, and focus to work for you.

Here is some background, by numbers of Scottsdale, Arizona.

The City of Scottsdale

Number of visitors annually: 8.4 million

Population: 230,293

Density: 1,100 people/square mile

Resident Median age: 40.2 years

Resident Median household income: $74,504

Size: 184.2 square miles, stretching 31 miles north to south

Size rank: 2nd in Arizona in area; 6th in population

Elevation: 1,260 (average) feet above sea level

Temperature: 72.6 degrees Fahrenheit year-round average median

Rainfall: 7.66 inches per year, average

Golf courses: Nearly 200

Bike paths: 58 miles

Riding & hiking trails: 40 miles of shared use paths

Resorts and hotels: 67 with a combined total of more than 12,500 rooms

Restaurants: More than 600

Art galleries: More than 125

Closest Airport: Scottsdale is easily accessible via two airports, Phoenix Sky Harbor International and Scottsdale Municipal. Serviced by 21 major airlines, Sky Harbor International has more than 1,500 flights arriving and departing daily, and offers non-stop service to 114 cities worldwide. Scottsdale Municipal offers complete services for corporate jets and charters.

Scottsdale Weather: Brilliant blue skies reign supreme in the American Southwest. In Scottsdale, they promise more than 330 days of sunshine each and every year. That’s more sunshine and more outdoor playtime than just about any other city in the U.S.

The old saying goes, “It’s not the heat, it’s the humidity.” Well, when it comes to calculating comfort index – the “apparent” temperature (the temperature your body actually feels) – it’s both the heat and the humidity. For example, if the air temperature is 85 degrees and the humidity is 20%, the apparent temperature is 82 degrees -3 degrees cooler. To the other extreme, if the air temperature is 85 degrees and the humidity is 90%, it actually feels like 102 degrees – 17 degrees warmer.

Scottsdale enjoys relatively low humidity year-round. Daily humidity readings tallied by the National Climatic Data Center show average ranges of 11 – 30% during the drier spring and summer months, and 33 – 66% during the winter months. The result — clear, dry air that usually feels several degrees cooler than the actual temperature. It’s the perfect climate for all the outdoor activities that Scottsdale has to offer!