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Can Too Much Sunshine Cause Seasonal Affective Disorder?

Do Arizonans Really Get SAD?!

Is Arizona's hot weather depressing? We've all heard of folks getting the blues in places such as Portland, but is it possible for SUNSHINE to cause Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)? According to a 2011 article from the Independent, the answer is yes. Personally, as Realtors in Scottsdale, we've NEVER experienced gloomy moods from the heat. With that said, who are we to judge?

Did you know YouTube videos featuring rain get FAR MORE views than non-rainy videos? Good examples would be camping and walking videos. For those suffering from anxiety, it's said that rain acts as a buffer. A shield or blanket, if you will. Additionally, rain is one of the most popular genres in the niche of ASMR. But does this mean you SHOULDN'T move to Arizona?

Photo of Arizona sunshine.

Spring Is Coming, And We're NOT Sad!

Spring Is Coming

We don't need to hype the local real estate market, it's HOT. Forgive our pun, but it's true. Inventory levels are low, making it more difficult to get offers accepted. This, in turn, makes finding the perfect property more difficult. What we're saying is, if you're NOT interested in living in Portland (either are we), you're invited to contact us.

Also Read: We've Created A Page For Soleil Townhomes In Midtown Phoenix! 

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