Serving Yuma Since 1960
Arizona is a state with many contrasts. It offers warm deserts, huge cities, quiet forest, snowy mountain peaks, cool lakes and breathtaking canyons. If you are looking for cheap property in Arizona, specially in Yuma you will find many lots in undeveloped areas that are affordable, beautiful, and just right for YOU.
Yuma's geography shaped the Southwest. Because this was the safest spot to cross the Colorado River, all roads led to Yuma for travelers from Spanish explorers to Okies fleeing the Dust Bowl. Today, this unique meeting point of the Colorado River and the Sonoran Desert still offers vibrant variety. Yuma is located at the extreme southwest corner of Arizona where the state borders California just north of the Mexican border.
A true oasis in the desert, Yuma was originally settled as a crossing point at the Colorado River for California settlers. Today, the dry desert climate is the main attraction. Yuma, one of the driest and sunniest places in the country, averages almost 300 days of sunshine each year. Retirees are attracted to the climate, access to California, and low cost of living and crime rate by regional standards.