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2019 has certainly been a good year for Goodyear, Arizona since it was ranked #22 in the nation on Money.com’s Best Places to Live list! According to the report, “With a brand-new Microsoft campus and a Nike manufacturing facility set to bring in more than 500 full-time jobs, the city of Goodyear, located just outside of Phoenix, has ample career opportunities. Job growth in the surrounding county increased by 23.1% from 2010 to 2018, and is projected to go up 7.7% by 2023.” This growth is great news for Goodyear as well as the rest of the Phoenix Metro Area.
If you are considering moving to Goodyear, we suggest you take a look at the community of Estrella. Estrella is a relatively new, 20,000 acre, mixed-use, Master-planned community, and it is one of the fastest growing and most popular communities in Goodyear. Nestled in the foothills of the Sierra Estrella Mountains in the Sonoran Desert Valley, Estrella boasts lakeside properties, a championship golf course and easy access to the Greater Metro-Phoenix area. Estrella is located just off of the I-10 and Estrella Parkway approximately 17 miles west of Phoenix. Over 40,000 residents spanning a multitude of ages already call Estrella home. The community hosts regular family-friendly events and provides residents with a variety of amenities such as an abundance of parks, trails and open space to help support a healthy, outdoor lifestyle. Estrella is currently comprised of three distinct neighborhoods – Mountain Ranch, Montecito and CantaMia, a gated, 55-Plus community. If you are interested in making Estrella your home, we can help you find the perfect place for you. Contact us at 480-425-9300 for firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click here for more information on the Best Places to Live list and see the other Arizona city ranked in the top 100! (Hint, hint: it’s our friendly neighbor up North. Way to go Flagstaff!)