Should we put a sign at the borders of Arizona saying "No Vacancy"? It seems more and more people are moving to the state and we're getting pretty full if you ask me.

Why Are So Many People Moving to Arizona?

Let's face it, we have one of the most beautiful states in the Union. People see this and want this scenery for themselves.

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We should probably let them know that it's always too hot, and they wouldn't like the need to constantly dust. Seriously, that's an issue.

It Really Is Expensive to Live in Arizona

At least that's what we need to tell them. According to statistics, it takes roughly $45,000 a year just to live. Rent is too darn high at around $1,200 a month for a two-bedroom apartment and the average cost of a home in Arizona is over $400,000.

If those aren't reasons to stay out of Arizona, I don't know what is.

Arizona Just Keeps Growing and Growing

According to the US Census Bureau, Arizona's current population is 7,431,344. Back in 2010, it was just 6,392,017. That's a 16% growth in 14 years.

While Phoenix and Tucson are growing, they're not growing as fast as other towns around the state.

Let's take a look at some of the fastest-growing towns in Arizona since 2010. You'll be amazed by some of these towns' growth numbers.

[World Population Review / Wikipedia]

15 of Arizona's Fastest Growing Towns

We've put together the fastest-growing towns in Arizona based on population growth from 2010 to 2024:

Gallery Credit: Tim Gray

LOOK: Where people in Arizona are moving to most

Stacker compiled a list of states where people from Arizona are moving to the most using data from the U.S. Census Bureau.

Gallery Credit: Stacker

LOOK: What Arizona's immigrant population looked like in 1900

Stacker compiled a list of the largest sources of immigrants in Arizona in 1900 using data transcribed from the 1900 U.S. Census.

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