Immaculate home located in the heart of Gilbert's highly desirable Rancho Corona neighborhood. Easy access to the Loop 202 Freeway, San Tan Village Shopping Center, Top Golf, and the East Valley's vibrant dining scene at Agritopia! Terrific Gilbert schools and just 10 minutes to Phoenix-Mesa Gateway airport.
Located in the heart of Agritopia, this well appointed craftsman home boasts 3 beds, 2.5 baths + loft, and is move in ready! Completely updated kitchen with modern open shelving and stainless steel appliances. Gorgeous brick facade, coupled with beautiful hardwood floors add unique character to this truly charming home.
From top notch restaurants like Postino's, Nico's Heirloom Kitchen, and Joe's Farm Grill, to endless miles of pristine hiking trails through our epically gorgeous Sonoran Desert, the East Valley offers something for everyone! Here are our top 6 reasons we love living in the East Valley.
As part of our lifestyle series titled Experience Arizona, we spend a day at the Arizona Commemorative Air Force Museum at Falcon Field in Mesa to learn what a group of passionate aviators are doing to not only preserve history, but to let visitors EXPERIENCE history!
This Shea Home model was built in 2013 and boasts real hand scraped hardwood floors, 100% paid/owned solar system, beefed up interior insulation, and an amazingly open floor plan. The 3 bed, 2 bath + den, single story home measures in at 2,086 square feet.
After the banking industry got caught with their pants down in 2008, it appears the “lender pendulum” has swung the other way. In 2005, anyone who fogged a mirror could obtain a half million-dollar loan, and they did. Although bank stocks tumbled during the crisis, the banking industry benefited handsomely from the Feds loose monetary policy. Now they are costing home sellers thousands in equity by “rounding down” in the name of fiscal responsibility.
Commissions Are Always Negotiable. This can be a touchy subject for some veteran REALTOR's out there, trust us, we know. But only because agents are conditioned to correlate their income to the value of your home and not the actual hours spent working towards the goal of selling your home. Commissions are not set in stone at 3%, that's called price fixing and it's illegal.
Over the next five years, home prices are expected to appreciate on average by 3.35% per year and to grow by 24.34% cumulatively, according to Pulsenomics’ most recent Home Price Expectation Survey.