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Canadians Buying in Arizona

This page is to help Canadians relocating to Arizona, or Canadians purchasing an investment property in Arizona.

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Canadians should consider buying an investment property in Arizona due to its strong economy, growing population, and high demand for rental properties. The state offers affordable real estate prices compared to other popular investment locations in the US, along with a favorable tax environment and attractive rental yields. Additionally, Arizona's sunny climate and popular tourist destinations make it an ideal location for short-term vacation rentals. Investing in Arizona real estate can provide Canadians with a profitable and diversified investment portfolio.

All Types Of Buyers

Investment Property

Looking to make a good return on your investment, we will share with you all of the tools the most profitble rental property owners use. We will connect you with top property managers depending on whether you are looking for short or long term rental tenants.

Second-Vacation Home

Buying a second home in Arizona offers Canadians the opportunity to enjoy a warmer climate, outdoor activities, and a relaxed lifestyle. It also provides a vacation destination for family and friends, and the possibility of long-term appreciation of the property value.


We are not lawyers but will connect you with a highly recommended partner lawyer to answer certain questions. We will share the details we've learned with you.

This should not be taken as legal council.

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Simple Step by Step Purchasing From Canada

  1. Hire a Real Estate Agent: The first step in purchasing a home in Arizona is to hire a real estate agent who is experienced in dealing with Canadian buyers. An agent who has knowledge of the local market and can guide you through the home-buying process will be invaluable. They can help you find properties that fit your budget and preferences and provide you with all the information you need to make an informed decision.

  2. Get Pre-approved for a Mortgage: Before you start shopping for a home, you'll need to get pre-approved for a mortgage. This process will help you determine how much you can afford to spend on a home and will give you an idea of what your monthly mortgage payments will be. You can work with a mortgage broker or lender to get pre-approved, and they will require documentation such as proof of income, assets, and credit history.

  3. Determine Your Budget: Once you have been pre-approved for a mortgage, you will have a better understanding of your budget. You can use this information to determine how much you can afford to spend on a home. Consider the down payment, closing costs, property taxes, and other expenses associated with owning a home.

  4. Find a Home: With the help of your real estate agent, start searching for homes that fit your budget and preferences. You can browse listings online, visit open houses, or schedule private showings. Once you find a home you like, your agent can help you make an offer.

  5. Make an Offer: Your real estate agent will help you make an offer on the home. This will include the purchase price, contingencies, and any other terms you want to include in the offer. The seller can accept, reject, or counter the offer, and negotiations can continue until both parties reach an agreement.

  6. Inspections and Due Diligence: Once your offer is accepted, you will need to schedule a home inspection and other due diligence checks. This will help you identify any issues with the property and ensure that you're making an informed decision. You can work with your agent to schedule these inspections and address any concerns that arise.

  7. Close the Deal: Once you have completed your due diligence and all contingencies have been met, you can close the deal. This involves signing the paperwork, paying the closing costs, and transferring ownership of the property. Your real estate agent will guide you through this process and ensure that everything goes smoothly.

  8. Enjoy Your New Home: Congratulations, you're now a homeowner in Arizona! Take some time to settle in and enjoy your new home.

When purchasing a home in Arizona as a Canadian, it's important to be aware of any tax implications or legal requirements. You may want to consult with a tax professional or attorney to ensure that you're complying with all relevant laws and regulations.

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