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Kingman, Arizona is an ideal place to live, it is the little known secret of the Southwest. Arizona is internationally renowned for it natural beauty, its pleasant winters, varied recreational activities and diverse cultural opportunities. The temperate climate, clean air, and friendly people are just a few reasons why people are coming to Kingman - first to visit, then to spend a lifetime!

You've been dreaming about the perfect home in Arizona for years and now it's time to imagine sipping your morning coffee while enjoying the desert sunrises and in the evenings you can enjoy cool refreshing drinks while watching the famous Arizona sunsets.

Kingman is situated in the midst of the breathtaking natural scenic beauty of the Hualapai Valley between the Cerbat and Hualapai mountain ranges. Here you will find the sunny skies of the old west and the sunbelt lifestyle in high desert country.

You and your friends will enjoy the 3,400 foot elevation and the 360 degree views of Bull Mountain, the Hualapai Mountains, the Peacock Mountains, the Cerbat Mountains, and Lone Mountain.

Kingman is located in northwestern Arizona and is the county seat of Mohave County. Kingman is a regional trade and service center for a market area of over 200,000.

Population: As of the 2010 census, the city of Kingman had a total population of 28,068 and nearby communities bring the total population to a little over 50,000.

Kingman is an affordable community located in Mohave County in Northwestern Arizona. Mohave County has a population of 200,186 with Kingman being the county seat,

Kingman is a transportation center along the Interstate I-40 corridor along with a history of rail transportation. Kingman is well located at the intersection of the Canamex Highway connecting Canada and Mexico, Historic Old Route 66, US 93 to Phoenix or Las Vegas, and State Route 68 which leads to Laughlin, Nevada. Being at the cross-roads of so much there are great inns, hotels, motels, and a wide variety of restaurants.

Kingman is a city that is proud of its rich history and heritage and has the new, the old and the exciting. There are over 60 buildings on the National Historic Register. The National Highway was formed in 1927 and Route 66 came into being with the theme name "Main Street of America". It's nice to be on main street. And we have so many new shopping and resturants it is hard to keep up with what is being built.

Kingman has federal, regional, state and local government offices and facilities centrally located here. The BLM Kingman Field Office oversees 2.4 million acres of public land in northwestern Arizona. If you like to fish or boat, there is over 1,000 miles of freshwater shoreline within a 1 hour drive.

Kingman is the perfect location for any individual, family, or retiring baby boomer. It is the "Home of the Good Life" with Big Town Amenities, and a Small Town Feel. Kingman has the conveniences of a big city suburb yet still retains a laid-back small town charm. Kingman has affordable housing and land, and property values are going up each year.

Kingman is a safe place to live. The violent crime rate in Kingman is well below average with a rate of 378 incidents per 100,000 people. This compares with a rate of 570 in Arizona and a rate of 596 nationally.

If your tired of smoggy cities, overcast skies, California earthquakes, living in tornado alley, the ever presence rains of the northwest, the midwest and eastern states flooding, the hurricans of the Florida, the Gulf of Mexico and the eastern cost, and the high crime rates many of those areas, move to Kingman, Arizona.

Kingman is the place with sunny days, and cool clear star studded nights. We think that Kingman has a lot to offer, come and see for yourself. Great for all year long golf play! And best of all, Kingman, Arizona is right in the middle of southwest USA!

The secret is starting to get out. Kingman is the place to be for active retirement. SHOULDA, COULDA, WOULDA, don’t miss buying a home in Kingman to live in now or your future retirement. Buy now and rent it out in the meantime, it's a great tax move.

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As a RE/MAX agent, I'm dedicated to helping my clients find the home of their dreams. Whether you are buying or selling a home or just curious about the local market, I would love to offer my support and services. I know the local community, both as an agent and a neighbor, and can help guide you through the nuances of our local market.
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