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Top 6 Things To Do in Mohave County

By LandCentral

Mohave County is no secret to Arizona locals. In fact, this northwestern corner of the state is a recreational dream for those seeking adventure.

4 Mistakes to Avoid When Buying Raw Land

By LandCentral

Buying land should be a moment to celebrate. And when you go through reputable companies like (ahem) LandCentral, the process is often smooth and painless. But that doesn’t mean you should buy land with your eyes closed. Since we’re experts …

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Why People Are Flocking to Central Arizona

By LandCentral

Central Arizona is the up-and-coming place to get ahead. Halfway between Tucson and Phoenix, Pinal County blends big city convenience with small, rural charm.

Why It’s Time to Let Pinal County Call You Home!

By LandCentral

Pinal County, Arizona is where it’s at. With it’s low cost of living, natural desert beauty and wide open spaces, people are packing up and moving to Pinal County faster than you can say Arizona.

These 4 Arizona Lots Are Going Fast

By LandCentral

Ah, Arizona. How can one state be so simple and yet so naturally diverse? From its Grand Canyon to the ponderosa-pine covered mountains, Arizona really does have something for everyone. Home to bustling cities, wide open spaces, and beautiful sunny weather, it’s no wonder Arizona land is flying off the shelves.

8 Awesome Things To Do in Pinal County

By LandCentral

Tucked away in central Arizona is beautiful Pinal County. This region is the third most populated county in the state and for good reason: all the awesome things to do.

Why People Are Flocking to Southern Colorado

By LandCentral

While most people are migrating to hot spots like Denver and Boulder, the real secret to striking it rich in Colorado is hidden in the southern part of the state.

Top 6 Reasons to Move to Pinal County in 2021

By LandCentral

Pinal County is one of Arizona’s best kept secrets. With new housing developments, growth n industries and a low cost of living, 2021 is becoming the year to invest in Pinal County.

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