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What areas in Chandler are likely to appreciate in the next 5 years?

Asked by Trulia, San Francisco, CA Fri Mar 9, 2012

What potential local factors could contribute to this appreciation?

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Schools and low crime are of major concerns to most people. Communities with low crime reports and well rated education are most likely to progress in values faster. It is all about supply and demand.
Many areas in Chandler are very desirable to live in - and have held on through this bubble that burst in our market place.
To determine which areas will appreciate more - reviewing it's history in the past 5 years, the schools & crime data, is a good starting place - an experienced Agent who specializes in the area can easily accomplish this for you.


Chandler is the 5th largest city in AZ - and in the year 2000 was ranked 7th in the fastest growing cities in the Nation. Chandler also has many major Employers, the majority high technology - such as Intel, Verizon, Freescale - along with major medical buildings, hospital & research.
It is very convenient to shopping, dining, freeways, employers, has many parks, including water parks and pools - a very active community.
If you are interested in purchasing a home in Chandler, please call or email me for a free brochure and more detailed information
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Terry Parrish, Associate Broker
West USA Realty
480-940-4669
1 vote Thank Flag Link Fri Mar 9, 2012
Since Intel is building a $5 Billion plant in Chandler, it would stand to reason that the 85248 and 85249 zip codes will appreciate very nicely over the next 5 years.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Jul 9, 2012
That is a great question. I learned a long time ago, that I did not have a crystal ball to know what the future will hold. If we did, we would be buying up the market with retirement in mind! The basics of real estate have never changed . . . location, location and location. Chandler is driven by the technology companies in the area with Intel being a large employer in the area. There are newer and older, brand new, and historic areas in Chandler. Two of Chandler's high schools just made the honor roll among the best high schools (Chandler and Hamilton) by US News and World Reports. Factor that can contribute to appreciation are future interest rates and employment as well as supply and demand. I have a Masters Degree in Business. If you are looking for a realtor to give you some great answers to your questions, call me!

Debi Gotlieb
Designated Broker
Key Results Realty LLC
http://www.debigotlieb.com
(480) 217-1930
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Jun 17, 2012
What makes an area appreciate is something you want to look at. History shows that market conditions, interest rates, supply and demand all contribute to properties appreciation.

If you find an area that you like and is desireable most likely someone else will too. Chandler being a great City east of Phoenix has industry, jobs, easy freeway access, great schools, shopping, fine dining all properties that contribute to a healthy recovery for an area that has been hit by a decline in property values due to the overall market and condition of the nation.

To examine what areas will appreciate will depend based on the above factors. Lets sit down and discuss your needs and wants and what you are looking to accomplish with your real estate purchases in the next five years and explore those areas to see what you like about them.

All me to "Dive into your Real Estate Needs"

Debbie Nieman
Keller Williams Sonoran Living
602-799-5239
http://www.diverdebi.com
diverdebi@cox.net
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