Goodyear is a town located in Maricopa County in Arizona. If you want to relocate, Goodyear is a good choice. Goodyear ranks number two in having the best workforce in the market. The workforce is also one of the most highly educated in the area. Goodyear rates as one of the fastest growing cities in the U.S, with the transport and communications sector being among the best. Goodyear hosts international companies such as Lockheed Martin, Aero Turbine, Macy’s-Bloomingdale and Dick’s Sporting Goods. The quality of life in Goodyear is excellent with communities that have superb planning, excellent healthcare and schools, plus great entertainment options. Goodyear has won several awards for being one of the best places to live in. 24/7 Wall St. ranked Goodyear number 7 in America’s Top Ten Cities to Live. There is no shortage of activities all year round. Nature lovers have more than enough to keep them occupied. The Wildlife World Zoo, a 215-acre zoo plus aquarium specializes in South American and African animals. The zoo holds the largest exotic wild animal collection in the state of Arizona. Estrella Mountain Regional Park, Base and Meridian Wildlife Area are a great addition to the nature lover’s list. Thomas Park, Festival Fields Park, Falcon Park, South Lake Park are parks that provide amenities like playgrounds and fields for playing baseball, Volleyball and basketball. Science buffs can have a go at Estrella Star Tower, a 50-foot, the astronomy-themed tower where you can star gaze and see for miles around. Community homes in Goodyear on average cost between $135,900 and $2,098,000. There are 1,959 new homes available in Goodyear. NewHomeSource has the largest online home listings in Arizona. There are 283 new home communities and 82 builders in the area. A condominium with a floor size of 883 square feet with 2 bedrooms, I bathroom and 2 garages cost $135,900. A villa with 4 bedrooms,4 full bathrooms and a toilet and 2 garages cost $2,098,000. It has a floor plan measuring 3,915 square feet, all built to the highest standards. Your preference, your budget and your family needs determine which home is best for you.