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If you think the desert means barren sand and endless windstorms, think again. While Arizona’s desert is arid, it’s far from lifeless, it’s always beautiful – and all that sunshine means shorts and flip-flops in February. Arizona is getting more popular every day, both as a place to work and raise families and as a backdrop for those golden years. Arizona Land for Sale is an investment in every phase of your future.
Arizona is many things depending upon which part of it you call home. Arizona is historic mining towns in the high mountains, and pastoral ranches tucked away in hidden valleys. Arizona is the waterspouts on Lake Havisu, a quiet meditation room in Sedona, an art gallery in Cave Creek, or a hike in the Sonora to see the miracle of its wildflowers in spring. Arizona is the Mother Road, Route 66 wending its way unbroken through sandstone and box canyons for 160 miles. Arizona is Indian Country, the breathtaking panorama of the Grand Canyon. Arizona, in short, is a panoply of unforgettable sights and experiences.
Arizona’s citizenry tends to gravitate towards its metropolitan centers. But even in the most densely populated spot – Phoenix, the fifth biggest city in the United States – there’s plenty of legroom and space to breath deeply. Phoenix, home to seven Fortune 1000 companies, is the center of a bustling high-tech and telecommunications industry, as well as a tourism and golf showcase. Scottsdale, its next-door neighbor, has been described by the New York Times as the “desert version of Miami’s South Beach.” To the north lies Flagstaff, snow sport paradise and embarkation point for adventuring through the Grand Canyon. A hundred miles to the south is Tucson, a window opening on to the wonders of the Sonora desert, retaining all the charm and much of the flavor of the Old West and nearby Mexico.
Just how hot does Arizona get in summer? Well, let’s just call it “toasty.” It’s true that days in the triple digits when the mercury soars past 105 degrees Fahrenheit aren’t particularly rare in Phoenix or Tucson, but that just means that sundown is the time when everyone comes out to play. Too, much of Arizona is mountainous; when the summer heat in the valleys becomes overpowering, a day trip to higher altitudes is just what the doctor ordered. And when December rolls round again, the state anthem is always, “Who’s Smiling Now?”
For its first fifty years of statehood, Arizona seemed like a quiet – sometimes sleepy – corner of the southwest, best known for its Native American influences or for occasional leaders on the national stage like the late Senator Barry Goldwater. By the middle of the 1960′s though, Arizona had become the place families and retirees dreamed of – and the land developers were right there behind them, cheering them on. The orange groves of the warm valleys gave way to new towns, highways, and golf courses. That pro-growth ethos is still very much a part of the state’s character. When you live in a great place, you just naturally want to share it with others! In the post-NAFTA years, however, Arizona’s economic focus has been less on development and more on international trade opportunities with Mexico and Central America.
Part of Arizona’s allure has always been its affordability. While cooling costs can’t be ignored, throughout most of the state those dreaded winterization bills and the ever-rising price of fuel oil are never a consideration. Access to fresh, local produce, year-round, means that in Arizona, you eat well, and eat healthy without breaking the bank.
It’s no secret that the Sunbelt states have been hit particularly hard by the recent real estate slump. In the southwest, California, Nevada, and Arizona have all seen significant declines in real property values, especially in newer housing in recently developed communities. Arizona’s positive growth potential in the decades to come promises to reward smart property buyers who come in at the bottom. Every indication suggests that this market is poised to move up again. Arizona Land For Sale , commercial properties and real estate have never been a better value.