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About Arizona


Arizona is the fourteenth largest state by area, with a population of 7,171,646 (U.S. Census Bureau, July 1, 2019). Controlled by Mexico in 1821, Arizona became a United States occupied territory after the Mexican-American War of 1847. After the Civil War, Arizona was one of the last continental states admitted to the Union on February 14, 1912. Arizona is famous for its "wild west" culture and natural desert landmarks, like the Grand Canyon.

Arizona's economy has a GDP of $355 billion (Bureau of Economic Analysis, July 1, 2018). Some of the main economic drivers are manufacturing, mining, and tourism. Many of the leading Fortune 500 companies have their headquarters in Arizona, including GoDaddy, Knight-Swift Transportation, and Benchmark Electronics, to name a few.

The most recognized cities in Arizona are Phoenix, Tucson, and Scottsdale.

Phoenix is located in south-central Arizona and has a population of 1,574,421. Phoenix is home to Desert Botanical Garden, Camelback Mountain, and Phoenix Zoo. Over the last ten years, Phoenix's housing market has appreciated by 60.59%. When compared to the rest of the nation, Phoenix's housing prices are slightly higher, with the median home price of $239,400 and a median rent of $1,215.

Tucson resides in south-central Arizona and has a population of 530,905. Tucson is home to Saguaro National Park, Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, and Mission San Xavier del Bac. Over the last ten years, Tucson's housing market has appreciated by 16.55%. When compared to the rest of the country, Tucson's housing prices are significantly lower, with the median home price of $185,800 and a median rent of $879.

Scottsdale is the capital city of Arizona and has a population of 239,283. Scottsdale is home to McDowell Sonoran Preserve and McCormick-Stillman Railroad Park. Over the last ten years, Scottsdale's housing market has appreciated by 46.70%. When compared to the rest of the nation, Scottsdale's housing prices are significantly higher, with the median home price of $469,400 and a median rent of $1,556.

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