Relocating to Phoenix

Discussion in 'Arizona & New Mexico' started by scowman, Mar 4, 2015.

  1. Kyoso_Joey

    Kyoso_Joey Formula Junior

    Nov 7, 2010
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    Hey scowmnan, as far as realtors go let me give you my realtors info, Im currently buying my 2nd home with her, my first transaction went smooth like butter and this current purchase seems to be going over good so far.

    Welcome to the Phoenix area. I saw you started another thread to see if anyone wanted to meet you for drinks, I wish I had seen it earlier as I am always willing to grab a cocktail and shoot the ****. ( I dont own a Ferrari though but hope to in the not so distant future).
  2. scowman

    scowman Formula 3

    Mar 25, 2014
    Scottsdale AZ
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    Stu Boogie
    Sold the Houston house, put the family on a plane, loaded the 308 on a trailer, put dog in the jeep and two days later we are in Scottsdale.

    Ac froze up every hour so that was interesting but the rest was just save brush and oil wells.

    Good to be here. Probably won't get out to any events until it cools down a bit.
  3. Under PSI

    Under PSI F1 Rookie

    May 13, 2005
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  4. AZ-Giallo

    AZ-Giallo Formula Junior
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    Mar 17, 2012
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    Well I just got back in town and was greeted by 112 heat. You got here at just the right time....NOT!
  5. scowman

    scowman Formula 3

    Mar 25, 2014
    Scottsdale AZ
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    Stu Boogie
    Honestly it's better than the Houston hummidity.
  6. stardoc

    stardoc Formula Junior

    May 5, 2005
    The big oven
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    Nice, basically it only gets better from here for the next 9 months.

    THE RED MENACE Formula 3
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    Jun 24, 2005
    Humidity is the worst! We closed on our vacation house in Scottsdale at the end of June. It was 110+ and felt like a 95 degree day here in Nebraska, normal summer weather. I can't imagine the humidity in Houston. The thing I noticed about Scottsdale when it was 110+ the parking lots were like freaking frying pans, other than that, it was much more tolerable than the 90-95 degree days with 80% humidity.

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