The state of Arizona hosts many industries from customer service to computers, education to medicine, licensing of building to acknowledging the new Arizona new home builders. Take time to look around and compare communities, cost of living and employment and you'll later realize that Arizona has a lot of growing and successful industries already.
According to Arizona Department of Commerce's new report, it is less expensive to live in Arizona than in most metropolitan areas in the West. Indeed, many people are moving to Arizona because of its visible economic improvements.
And despite Arizona's reputation as a retirement center, Arizona is also known as the best place to be during the winter season. According to the Greater Phoenix Convention and Visitors Bureau, about 14 million people annually visit Arizona bringing about 6 billion dollars to the state's economy. Which points out how great the recreational opportunities are that they contribute to Arizona's current state of economy.
Lately, Arizona has been popular all over United States because of the recreational activities and active lifestyle you can adapt in the state. The state is an ideal place to visit and raise a family where you can enjoy multiple hiking ranges all over Arizona, countless running and biking trails, even horseback riding and golfing courses.
And if your concern is the humid weather drying your skin, you might as well know that you don't need to drive out in the coast and see the shoreline because in fact, Arizona has more shorelines than the entire West coast of United States. Arizona have 67 natural and man-made lakes wherein several water parks are waiting for you.
Moving to Arizona might be the best decision you will ever make. A great head start in moving to Arizona is by choosing where and how you plan to build your new home. Choose Dorn Homes, the most reliable among the Arizona luxury home builders that can provide you with a sturdy, stylish and energy-efficient Arizona custom home. Dorn Homes has built over 2,500 custom homes in Prescott, Tucson, Oro Valley, Midwest and Green Valley.