Arizona Land Sales

The Grand Canyon State has a lot to offer to its residents and visitors, from its hot deserts and volcanic mountain ranges to its lush forests and natural canyons. As such, Arizona has an active land market for ranchers, farmers, hunters and recreational land buyers.

While a large portion of the state’s land is privately owned, public land sales are also common in Arizona. The state’s nine million acres of public lands provide an environment for Mexican wolves and bighorn sheep to flourish, as well as serve as the cradle for a thriving agritourism industry. This includes activities like ranch-to-table dining and wine tasting, with many of these opportunities located around the town of Sedona.

Aside from agrarian endeavors, the state is home to the country’s largest peanut-farming operations, along with producers of cotton, citrus and more. Agriculture is not the only draw to Arizona, however, as the state also boasts some of the nation’s highest-yielding dairy herds. In addition to the ranchers and agricultural industry, there is also a growing population of retirees who enjoy the state’s relatively dry climate. As a result, there is a strong demand for residential and recreational land in the state, including land to build a custom home or cabin and land for hunting.

Arizona land sales are a bit different than those in other states, as the sale process is often handled by title companies instead of real estate agents. This is because the land is usually sold at a price point where most of the buyers will need financing. In these cases, the lender requires a thorough property survey be performed before the loan can be issued. A title company can perform this task at a much lower cost than a traditional surveying firm.

With so many different types of Arizona land for sale, finding the right property is just a matter of knowing where to look. For example, the quaint community of Paulden in Yavapai County offers a scenic landscape and rural lifestyle that is perfect for new homes. Navajo County is also a popular choice for new home buyers because of its proximity to Monument Valley and Petrified Forest National Park.

If you are looking for the ideal spot to build your dream home, contact a LandHub specialist today and start exploring your options. We have a wide variety of Arizona land for sale to choose from, so get started now!