Arizona Home Builders
Featured Home Builders in AZ
Shea Homes is a single-family home builder providing new homes in Buckeye, Casa Grande, Chandler, Gilbert, Goodyear, Litchfield, Maricopa, Peoria, Phoenix, and Queen Creek. Shea Homes start from the $100s.
Taylor Morrison is the top private builder in the U.S. and builds new communities in Gilbert, Goodyear, Litchfield Park, Surprise, Mesa, Peoria, Cave Creek, Scottsdale and Chandler with homes starting in the $100s.
Elliott Homes is a single-family home builder with solar powered new homes for sale in two Laveen neighborhoods. New homes in these communities are priced from the $100s and offer a long-list of attractive standard features.
Vistancia provides Arizona residents new homes throughout multiple communities in Peoria. Vistancia places a strong emphasis on community living and strives to provide it’s residents with an exceptional living experience. Homes in Vistancia start in the lower $200s.
Standard Pacific Homes is a national new home builder with new home neighborhoods located in Buckeye, Waddell, Goodyear, Gilbert, Mesa, Queen Creek & Scottsdale. Standard Pacific Homes in Metro Phoenix start from the mid-$100s.
LGI Homes brings its award-winning blend of quality, value and affordability to multiple new home communities in the Phoenix Metropolitan Area. Prices start at just $679 per month. LGI is currently producing homes in new communities all through Phoenix at exceptional prices.
Keystone Homes ups the ante for elegant Arizona living with the Rancho Madera community in the foothills of Black Mountain. The well-appointed clubhouse (complete with social spaces and a fully-outfitted gym) defines the center of this luxury neighborhood of just 46 homes. Beautiful native plants and naturalistic landscaping complete the relaxing, resort-like feel. Prices begin in the high $200s.
K. Hovnanian Homes is a new home builder in Arizona with new home neighborhoods and homes for sale in Buckeye, Glendale, Gold Canyon, Mesa, Peoria, Phoenix & Scottsdale. These one and two-story homes are priced from the $100s.
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List of New Home Builders
Camelot Homes is a single-family builder of luxury residences. They have communities located throughout Arizona, with new homes priced from the $300s. www.CamelotHomes.com
Amberwood Homes is an Arizona custom home builder offering new homes for sale in several Arizona communities. New Amberwood Homes homes start from the $300s. www.AmberwoodHomes.com
Calvis Wyant is a custom home builder and has been building luxury homes in Arizona since 1986. Their current inventory of homes ranges from just under $1 million to $8.9 million. www.CalvisWyant.com
Maracay Homes is an Arizona home builder with new home communities located in the Phoenix and Tucson. Maracay Homes are priced from the $100s. www.MaracayHomes.com
Cachet Homes builds single-family, condominium and townhome residences in several areas throughout Arizona. Cachet Homes in Arizona range from the $200s. www.CachetHomes.net
Courtland Homes is a Phoenix area home builder with new homes for sale in multiple subdivisons. These new homes start from the $100s. www.CourtlandCommunities.com
Fulton Homes is an Arizona builder with communities in the East Valley of Arizona. Fulton Homes are priced from the $100s. www.FultonHomes.com
Wilson Parker Homes offers new homes for sale in multiple Phoenix area developments. These single-family residences are priced from the low $100s. www.WilsonParkerHomes.com
Opportunities and Things to Enjoy in Arizona
From the gorgeous striated red rock in Sedona to the Painted Desert, north to the largest remaining stand of Ponderosa Pine, “God enriches” is the motto of this sweetheart of a state founded on Valentine’s Day in 1912. Arizona, the Grand Canyon State, is the second only to Nevada in the speed of its population growth (now over 4.3 million). Since 2000, a grand influx of seekers, drawn to the climate, the natural beauty, and the many educational and employment opportunities, have made Arizona their new home.
Nearly seventy percent of Arizona’s land is owned by the federal government. That land includes the National Park, land leased to ranchers and miners and land preserved for the Hopi, the Navajo Nation, the Tohono O’odham, the Apache, the Yaqui, and various Yuman tribes. Rich Native American traditions and art have helped create a renowned institution like the Heard Museum.
Climate is a major draw for Arizona’s population. Though summers can be hot in the desert, it’s a dry heat. Winters offer a minimum average of 60 °F. Those who are afraid they’ll miss the snow might choose Flagstaff where they can easily access ski resorts. Arizona has so much sunlight it has no need for Daylight Savings Time.
With an economy larger than Ireland, Arizona’s top employers include Wal-Mart, Bank of America, Wells Fargo, Raytheon and Apollo Group. After work, residents routinely head for the fields of play. Only two states in the U.S. have Major League Spring training, Florida and Arizona. Arizona’s Cactus League includes fifteen Major League ball teams.
A golfer’s paradise, the state abounds with golf courses including one in Scottsdale that hosts the annual Phoenix open. The variety in elevations on the Sonoran Desert and elsewhere lends itself to miles and miles of hiking and equestrian trails.
From the nightlife in Phoenix to small town rodeos, fast growing, planned communities lend themselves to continuing creative opportunities for an enriched life in Arizona.