New Homes for Sale in Phoenix, AZ

LGI Homes offers Phoenix new homes for sale in several area communities. If you are tired of renting in Phoenix, locate affordable new homes by visiting the LGI Homes communities listed below.
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Magma Ranch Sundance Rancho Mirage Estrella Tuscano Parkplace at Buckeye
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San Tan Valley
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Mirador at Estrella
Goodyear (Terrata)
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Phoenix's Affordable New Construction Home Builder

LGI Homes is proud to offer beautiful new homes in our amenity-rich communities conveniently located in the West, South and Southeast Valley of the greater Phoenix, Arizona area. Our premier new home communities exemplify the LGI Homes commitment to service, quality and value, through their stunning new home communities and affordable no money down homes. Enjoy the slower pace, open space and reduced living expense that exists just a short distance from downtown. LGI Homes' new home communities offer the best of both worlds: affordable homeownership, and the vibrancy, attractions and amenities of Greater Phoenix.

About Phoenix, Arizona

As you’re looking for new homes in Phoenix, it’s helpful to know a little bit about the city. Phoenix isn’t only the largest city in Arizona and the state capital, it’s also the 5th largest city in the U.S. Phoenix has seen a lot of growth in the last few decades and now features a population of more than 1.4 million people. If you include the area known as Greater Phoenix which includes cities such as Tempe, Scottsdale, and Glendale, the population expands to almost 4.5 million people.

If there’s one thing Phoenix, AZ is known for, it’s the heat. This is partly because Phoenix sees more sunny days out of the year than any other large metropolitan city. So if you enjoy the sun and don’t want to worry about snow during the winter, Phoenix is the perfect place for new home builders in AZ.

All that sun also contributes to another favorite pastime for Phoenix residents: golf. The Phoenix area is home to hundreds of golf courses, so choosing one near you shouldn’t be a problem. If you’re not interested in golf, you can always check out the various attractions around the city, including Casa Grande Ruins National Monument, Montezuma’s Castle, and Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument. Other points of interest which are only a short drive away from Phoenix are the Grand Canyon, Meteor Crater, the Petrified Forest, and the Painted Desert.

Sports fans will find a lot to like in Phoenix, AZ since it’s one of only 13 cities in the country that has a professional sports team from all four major professional leagues. These include the Arizona Cardinals (NFL), Arizona Coyotes (NHL), Phoenix Suns (NBA), and Arizona Diamondbacks (MLB).

Other Phoenix, AZ Factoids

Phoenix happens to be the home of the largest municipal park in all of North America. The title belongs to South Mountain Park and Preserve, which features an area of more than 16,500 acres. Within the park, you’ll find dozens of miles of trails for hiking, biking, and horse riding.

Phoenix, Arizona is no stranger to big sporting events. The city has hosted three Super Bowls in its history, the earliest being Super Bowl XXX in 1996.

Arizona doesn’t have daylight savings time, so if you don’t like moving your clock back and forth during the year, that’s a great benefit for new Phoenix home builders.

Phoenix, AZ has become a major transportation hub. Sky Harbor International Airport is one of the busiest airports in the entire country as more than 40 million passengers land or take off from there every year.

Speaking of the airport, there was a time when flights had to be grounded for the day due to high temperatures. On June 26, 1990, the thermometer hit 122 degrees Fahrenheit, which is the hottest temperature that’s ever been recorded in Phoenix, Arizona.

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Energy Efficiency

With communities in some of the hottest states across the country, we understand that it's important for our homes to be not only attractive and well-constructed, but also energy efficient. We strive to provide our residents in Texas, Arizona, New Mexico, Georgia, North Carolina, Tennessee, Washington, Colorado and Florida with some of the most energy efficient homes.