Moving to Flagstaff
Flagstaff Arizona is home to up to approximately 76,000 full time residents. Located at an altitude of 7000 feet, Flagstaff is a pine-scented, shaded, mountain oasis to the high-desert terrain of Northern Arizona. With one of the largest Ponderosa Pine forests on our planet, and nestled at the base of the San Francisco Peaks, Flagstaff offers beautiful living environments for a diverse and active first, second, and vacation home population.
Flagstaff Demographics Link
Flagstaff's diversity and vibrancy is a product of our geography and excellent services. The Unified District offers 21 schools to approximately 12,000 students. NAU and Coconino Community College create a bustling college population as well as a home for professors and members of the University Staff. The Flagstaff Medical Center and surrounding medical community offers health services for Flagstaff and nearby population, and makes Flagstaff a prime Arizona relocation destination for Doctors, Nurses, and members of a wide range of medical practices.
Housing in Flagstaff
Flagstaff offers a wide range of housing choices for our diverse population. From Condominiums and towmhomes to Gated Luxury Homes, we literally "have it all".
Feel free to start your search on the Flagstaff Properties Page. If you are interested in Golf Properties, please begin on my Golf Properties Page.
Current Average Prices and Average Price per Square Foot of Home Sales in Flagstaff - Flagstaff Market Report