Dedicated, Caring and Diversified Real Estate
DCD Realty Inc. is an agency of the community - Dedicated, Caring, and Diversified. Dedicated towards doing research and finding answers to all questions concerning a sale or purchase. Caring through thoughtful oversight of client relationships. Diversified in how we cover all areas of real estate in your pursuit of the American Dream!
Protecting our clients throughout the process, our attention to details puts us ahead of other agencies. Above all else, we maintain our reputation with results.
We work diligently to provide current information to all buyers and sellers. In particular, we will help research important factors that may influence the buyer or seller to investigate a parcel, such as site development, utility services, legal and physical access, flood-plain statues, road type and other maintenance research.
- Hoover Dam Bypass
The Hoover Dam Bypass Project is a 3.5-mile corridor beginning at approximately milepost 2.2 in Clark County, Nevada and crossing the Colorado River approximately 1,500 feet downstream of the Hoover Dam, then terminating in Mohave County, Arizona near milepost 1.7 on U.S. 93.
I-40, US Route 93, and the railway are three major reasons why Northwest Arizona is destined to grow in the coming years. For example, the Walmart Distribution Center will soon be built in the Griffith Industrial Park. This distribution center, as well as Cascades Tissue Group at the Kingman Airport Industrial Park are both examples of how new jobs are being created to help fuel the growth of self-sufficient local economies all over the Northern Arizona region.
Mohave county is ranked among the top 100 US counties for population growth according to CNN Money on a census taken in 2006. Major developer projects, in particular Rhodes Homes and Walmart, have recently begun. This view of the future, according to the investment community, is one that reflects economic growth and development, as well as a high quality of life for all residents. It is a future in which all Arizona counties must retain their environmental quality while capitalizing on expansive opportunities.