Everyone would like to get more home for less money and that should include you. I thought it might be helpful to provide a few suggestions. I’ll break these down with three ideas for Chandler neighborhoods where you might find more home for your money.
More For Your Money Homes in Chandler
1. Let’s start with custom home areas. Of course there are the million dollar plus homes (call me if you want to see a pocket listing in the $2 million range) in subdivisions like The Island at Fulton Ranch and The Island at Ocotillo. Homes are about half that, but still in the $1 million range at Circle G at Riggs Homestead.
My suggestion, especially if you like country style living, is to look in far southeast Chandler along the Riggs Road corridor. Call or contact me and I can guide you to some nice homes on acre or larger lots. They are priced far less than the homes above. Some of them come with barns and horse privileges.
2. For value hunters in Chandler, I recommend the area east of the 101 and north of Chandler Boulevard. These homes are a little older. The upside is that a lot of them have bigger lots than the typical new home builders provide today. Many of them also have pools. Buying a home with a pool in this area is a lot less expensive than buying a newer home and adding a pool.
3. For urban explorers and speculators, it might be interesting to live in Downtown Chandler. This area seems to have taken on a life of its own (at least dining and entertainment), and the City of Chandler is committing itself to extend the downtown toward Pecos along Arizona Avenue. There are some very interesting home options in the area.
Please give me a call (602-527-1922) or send me a request to contact you. I would be glad to provide you a personal tour of homes for sale in the Chandler area.