Scottsdale, Arizona is an extremely popular place for second homes and retirement communities. It has repeatedly been called one of the most livable cities in the country. It is also home to 200+ golf courses, vibrant nightlife, and plenty of beautiful and quiet neighborhoods.
Fractional ownership of a vacation home in Scottsdale is an innovative way to invest in a luxury property without worrying about maintenance and managing it. You’ll have full access to a vacation home for a portion of a year, without having to arrange for upkeep. Shared ownership of a vacation property lets you visit the property during a scheduled time, and share expenses with all owners. After the property se lls at an agreed-upon time, all owners share in the equity.
Scottsdale is known as an idyllic retreat due to its mild, sunny winters and the 330 days of sunshine per year. The advantage of fractional ownership is that your costs are proportional to your ownership share, so you’ll only pay for the weeks or months that you live there.
$147,500 per share - Fractional Home, Fractional Resort
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200+ Golf Courses
Scottsdale is home to some of the best golf courses in the country—more than 200 of them to be exact. Troon North is an example of a breathtaking golf outing, rated one of the best in the area. Sitting in the shadow of nearby Pinnacle Peak, the two 18-hole courses are the jewel of the Sonoran Desert.
There are also many courses located inside the city, such as the Ranch Golf Club, which weaves its way between beautiful neighborhoods in the heart of Scottsdale.
Annual PGA, LPGA and Champions Tour events are hosted in the area. Nowhere else in the country will you find such a lineup of quality golf courses, resorts and culinary options in one place. Even the public golf facilities are among the country’s best.
Scottsdale is also known throughout Arizona for its nightlife. The original township center of the city, known as Old Town, is home to some amazing clubs and bars. You can find anything from a rowdy techno club to a quiet western themed bar in Old Town.
Also, Scottsdale is part of the Greater Phoenix Metropolitan Area. It is just a 20-minute drive away from Downtown Phoenix which is also home to many bars and clubs. Tempe, another center for nightlife in the area, is home to Arizona State University and an exciting destination for young people in the area.
The Sonoran Desert is a breathtaking display of cacti in the desert southwest. Located in the heart of Scottsdale is Camelback Mountain, which features two tricky trails to hike that reward your effort with stunning views of the city. In the southern area of the city, Papago Park is a lovely location for a picnic while enjoying the natural red rock formations.
A short two-hour drive away from the city brings you to Sedona, a magical area that attracts visitors around the world, known for its incredible and gigantic red rock peaks. Closer to the city, there are also a number of lakes such as Saguaro and Canyon Lakes.
The Arizona desert is a breathtaking display of dramatic landscapes. Opportunities to enjoy mountain biking, horseback riding, and hiking trails abound.
For winter adventurers, ski areas and forested regions in northern Arizona are just two and a half hours away, near Flagstaff. The Grand Canyon is also easily accessible from the Scottsdale area.
Scottsdale has a unique mix of culture and art that directly reflect the desert southwest and its original inhabitants. The Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art is in the Old Town District and offers free admission on Friday nights.
In Downtown Phoenix, there is the Phoenix Art Museum, which is the largest art museum in the Southwest and home to many interesting exhibits. Further supporting the rich cultural arts, the museum also offers free admission on the first Friday of each month during the First Friday Art Walk. The monthly event is one of the largest of its kind in the country.
The metropolitan area boasts a major league baseball team, the Diamondbacks and its own NFL team, the Arizona Cardinals. Amateur sports thrive throughout the area with a rich network of baseball fields, basketball courts, skate parks and more.
College sports are prominent in the state, with ASU’s Sun Devils and the nearby University of Arizona Wildcats keeping spectators on their feet.
Cost of Living
Scottsdale and the surrounding areas are nationally known as a great place to retire or raise a family due to the reasonable cost of living. The Phoenix Metropolitan Area is currently one of the fastest growing metro areas in the entire country.
With its beautiful sunny weather and breathtaking landscapes, Scottsdale has something for everyone and is a great place to spend the winter.