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Welcome to Tucson, AZ, the metropolitan oasis of the Sonoran Desert.

Year-round sunshine and the low humidity of the summer heat (an average maximum of 97.5 degrees Fahrenheit in June) give Tucson a dry and comfortable climate. In the evening the temperatures drop after sunset, sometimes up to 40 degrees. These delightful temperatures make Tucson the ideal community for the outdoor enthusiast–whether that means enjoying the sunset on your front porch or hiking desert trails.

Vibrant Cultural Heritage

Tucson and its surrounding areas boast a diverse influence of Native American, Mexican, Spanish, and European cultures. Tucson is the jewel of the Sunbelt, with endless reasons for its ever-growing popularity: amazing climate with up to 360 sunny days yearly, stunning Sonoran Desert flora, fauna, and landscape featuring mountains, canyons, and countless opportunities to lead an active lifestyle.

Lively Business Climate

Arizona has unique economic advantages due to its location in the central Southwest. Even in the sometimes tenuous national economic climate, Arizona’s economy has continued to prosper. Part of this steadfastness is due to its proximity to regional markets of growth like the West Coast, Mexico, and others. Tucson in particular remains a competitive and thriving place of business; the labor regulatory climate, competitive wages, simple state tax laws and forms, reasonable tax structure, prevalence and price of industrial properties, and award-winning education are just a few of the reasons that Tucson remains a partner to progress.

Thriving Arts & Entertainment

When it comes to arts and entertainment, Tucson’s calendar is always full. You’ll have trouble deciding what to do on any given day or night. The vibrant cultures of Tucson’s population makes for endless variety. Fine art galleries, multiple symphonies, operas, dance companies, and a thriving theater community are just some of the options. Museums, historical sites and experiences help to educate, entertain, and preserve the vibrant cultural heritage that makes Tucson unique.

Diverse Lifestyle Opportunities

As the second largest city in Arizona, Tucson is still growing. Despite the area’s exponential growth, cost of living remains at one of the most reasonable levels in the nation. Housing and land costs are well below the national average, and there is an abundance of beautiful, open land. Countless days of sunshine afford many opportunities for the outdoor enthusiast. Hiking, horseback riding, golf, and biking are only a handful of activities that you can do almost all year round. When you’re ready for a vacation you can simply fly out of Tucson’s convenient international airport.

Surrounding Areas of Opportunity

Areas surrounding Tucson provide opportunities for a more rural, or rustic lifestyle. They also all have their own shopping centers, restaurants, healthcare, and other services that you might need. Marana, Catalina, and Sahuarita are unique communities that are all less than half an hour from downtown Tucson. Large, affordable tracts abound with stunning mountain views, privacy and convenience, all in one place.

Marana is just northwest of Tucson via a quick trip on I-10, meaning easy access to all of the areas amenities. As a relatively flat landscape, Maran offers lots of open land and very buildable homesites.

Catalina sits north of Tucson and is truly unique. As a town of miners, ranchers, artists, and entrepreneurs, Catalina has a fun and varied personality.  Sitting at a higher elevation than Tucson, the climate is cooler with varied and mountainous landscapes.

Sahuarita, a truly up-and-coming community to the south of Tucson and the Tohono O’odham Nation. Livestock, pecan farming, and mining are essential parts of Sahuarita’s economy. The Sahuarita Lake provide opportunities for fishing and other recreational activities.

Green Valley, a leisurely community just a few miles south of Sahuarita offers a wide variety of clubs, organization, and social activities. Retirees frequent the neighborhood’s ten social centers, making this a friendly place to visit, and an even better place to live. Golf carts are the prime choice for transportation in Green Valley. One can easily access Tucson’s amenities via I-10, or stay home and be just as content.

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