Now, visitors coming to the valley for the Super Bowl have a chance to stay in his former Paradise Valley Home, but living like an NFL quarterback comes at a hefty price.
"This home in particular used to be own by the former Cardinals quarterback Kurt Warner and he lived in this home when he took the Cardinals to the Super Bowl, so this home has some significance to the Super Bowl being that Kurt Warner used to live here with his family," said Ryan Liebentritt.
"Right now it's offered at $150,000, and that includes a one week stay at the residence that's over 12,000 square feet and also includes four 50 yard line Super Bowl tickets," he said.
"You have over 6 bedrooms you have the main house with very very lavish features you have a guest casita in the backyard you have a pool and fire features throughout and water features throughout... when you're coming from somewhere on the east coast you're coming to warm weather out here," said Liebentritt.
"We provide 24 hours concierge and were there to cater to every need, anything from top golf to golf courses right around the corner you have all the night life and the enjoyment of Old Town Scottsdale," he said.
So who would rent such a luxurious house? "It will be the elite traveler, maybe a celebrity, maybe somebody who just wants the finer things... this home will be one of those that you never forget," said Liebentritt.
Warner's former home is available for rent on www.holidayrental.com and the site is offering an upgraded package. For $450,000 you get jet transportation to and from Phoenix for up to 12 people, a trip to the Grand Canyon with a helicopter tour, and ten tickets to the Super Bowl.