Extraordinary Arizona

Arizona is a land of plenty. It’s a place where elements collide and form new ones in their stead; a place where the old intertwines with the new. There are so many things to see and do in the Grand Canyon state. But, there’s more to this place than meets the eye. Arizona still has tricks up its sleeves.

Arizona lies in the southwestern region of the United States. It’s home to eclectic natural resources and diverse communities. Though the state doesn’t need much help in attracting potential real estate buyers, there are things that add value to living in Arizona.


As the locals in the Grand Canyon state say ‘a three-inch rain in Phoenix means three inches between drops.’ Arizona primarily has a dry climate; even winter still feels mild compared to other states. But most residents are used to it, though some consider this a setback.

Because of this diurnal temperature, it is rare for tornadoes or hurricanes to occur in Arizona—two less things residents have to worry about.


Arizona takes pride in its most advanced methods when it comes to taxation. Residents and business owners can easily file for their tax returns through the Internet. In Maricopa, Phoenix, real estate proprietors typically consult the municipality’s Department of Revenue to learn more about tax regulations and laws. They can choose to hire the services of tax planning firms in the state.

Native American Communities

Arizona has one of the largest concentrations of indigenous Indian-Native American communities in the US. Apart from the 22 federally recognized tribes, the majority of Navajo nation and the entire Tohono O’odham nation are located in the state. Cultural preservation and consistent bilateral communication have paved the way for stronger relationships between the communities and the state.

Witnessing the orange ball of light dip at the horizon of the Grand Canyon, as they say, is quite an experience. People who are fortunate enough to be in the right place at the right time are captivated by the beauty of the scene. This is a day in the life of an Arizona resident; a life out of the ordinary.