Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) November 15, 2012
Relying on information contained in a travel column by Las Vegas Statesman Review's Margo Bartlett Pesek, Desert Property Investor recommends the Verde Valley as a vehicle for strategic investment, particularly in the fast-growing hospitality and tourism industries.
The editor of Desert Property Investor relied on Ms. Bartlett Pesek's descriptions of the Verde Valley to reach his conclusion about the economic viability of the area, citing its "location - location" (a day's drive from Las Vegas) rich cultural history, and breathtaking natural beauty. Desert Property Investor insists that opportunities abound in the area, especially for hotel management, energy retailers, tour guides, restaurateurs, and museum development. In particular, the editor cites a reference Bartlett Pesek made to the city of Jerome, a former mining-era ghost town which has been brought back to life by the burgeoning tourism generated by Verde Valley.
Desert Property agrees with Margo Bartlett Pesek, and most other Arizona vacation experts, maintaining that the Verde Valley will continue to attract visitors, and that it remains an area ripe for strategic investment.
Arizona's Verde Valley, while rich in a tradition of preservation (through state and national parks) generates an ever-growing heritage of its very own, as a prime vacation spot that will continue to attract many travelers to its unique, and visually-stunning environs.
Desert Property Investors endorses Arizona's Verde Valley as an area flush with opportunity, for partners specializing in the areas of tourism, transportation, hospitality, energy, and resort development.
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Desert Property Investor evaluates opportunities, pitfalls, services, and legislation related to the investment in residential property in the California, Arizona and Nevada deserts.