Find a new home in Arizona:
WELCOME TO ARIZONA
From colorful gemstones and desert sunsets to one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, there’s a reason people fall in love with the “Valentine State”.
Arizona is home to the country’s fifth largest city, Phoenix — and with 30-plus communities and counting, a major market for D.R. Horton homes. The outliers of this city offer a scattering of Wild West frontiers, mountain ranges and wilderness areas — more than what’s found in the entire Midwest.
The “Five C’s” of Arizona’s economy are: Cattle, Copper, Citrus, Cotton, and Climate. The state leads the nation in copper production — and the Morenci Mine is the largest copper producer in all of North America. This mineral is so important to the state that the amount of copper utilized to make the dome atop Arizona’s Capitol building is equivalent to the amount used in 4.8 million pennies. Makes sense why Arizona is the only state in the nation that elects a Mine Inspector. Don’t forget to also invest in a few bola ties—the official state neckwear.
Take a dip under the Havasupai Falls or Keyhole Sink, explore the winding waters of Glen Canyon or go white water rafting in the Colorado River, or visit the London Bridge – yes, that London Bridge. This state’s flower, the saguaro cactus, might give this state a prickly reputation—but don’t let it fool you. Like their keepsake, the prickly pear margarita, Arizona will leave an impression that is equal parts sweet and memorable.