Californians Predicted To Move To Phoenix After Double Earthquakes Shock The State
With two powerful earthquakes shocking California in early July, residents are living in fear of “The Big One”.
First to come on July 4th was a quake measuring 6.4 on the Richter scale. This was the biggest in southern California for 20 years. Then came an even bigger shock of magnitude 7.1 the day after.
It’s no surprise that Californians are turning their thoughts to when “The Big One” will strike. This is an earthquake of 7.8 magnitude expected somewhere along the San Andreas Fault, which cuts across California.
No one knows when it’s likely to hit, but when it does loss of life and widespread damage are predicted.
Residents of southern California are relocating well away from the danger zone to avoid any chance of being caught up in The Big One.
Sheleagh Law is a single mom of two boys declared that she was done after the July earthquakes. She has had enough and is uprooting her family and moving.
Californians are Moving to Phoenix
With its pleasant climate and lively lifestyle, Phoenix is not all that different than LA. Phoenix is the go-to destination because the people are friendly, the cost of living is low and there are no earthquakes.
Phoenix is Diverse
The culture of Arizona is a mesmerizing combination of characteristics. Phoenix is known for its unique desert landscapes, natural landmarks, and friendly people.
Phoenix is Fun
There are a ton of fun things to do throughout the region. Phoenix boasts one of the most visited zoos and has unique and award winning museums.
Phoenix is Active
Phoenix is a haven for sports fans, where you can take in a game of baseball at Chase Field Ballpark, home of the MLB’s Arizona Diamondbacks. You can also enjoy watching a game at one of the city’s many sports bars.
The area is also a major golf destination with over 300 golf courses including the celebrated Arizona Biltmore Golf Club with a history going back to 1928.
For fresh air enthusiasts, take a hike up Camelback Mountain with stunning views of the surrounding area that can be accessed from easy to hard trails depending on your experience.
Phoenix is Sunny
Phoenix isn’t called “the Valley of the Sun” for nothing. With more hours of sunshine than any other city in the US, its pleasant climate is a major draw for anyone looking for an enjoyable lifestyle.
With its hot, dry days and low rainfall, its climate is ideal for spending time outdoors. Try the Desert Botanical Garden for trees, plants and flowers not just from Arizona but all over the world. You can also enjoy the amazing South Mountain Park where you can hike, horse ride or simply enjoy the beautiful atmosphere and views.
As well as these attractive features, you’ll find that Phoenix is a community that welcomes children, families and seniors alike. It offers a lively job market and low cost of living.
And with its real estate market offering homes to suit every budget combining the convenience of urban living with a rural twist, a move to Phoenix is a smart one. This is especially true if you feel like it’s time to lower you and your family’s risk from “The Big One.”