Avondale Basement Homes can be a great choice when buying a home in Arizona. These homes are more difficult to find and part of the reason is the build time. Builders tend to offer less basement homes because of the additional construction time a basement takes. It can add 30 or more days to the total construction time. It also costs more to build a basement home versus a two story home.
Many people come from the Midwest or back east and they wonder why Arizona has slab construction. Wouldn’t the cost be more back east? If so, why do they still build homes with basements? In other parts of the country where it is cold, the foundation of a home has to be below the frost line and they would have to dig down a few feet anyway, so it makes sense to go ahead and dig a full basement. In Arizona it is only 18″ of digging. There is also the extra costs on back fill, waterproofing, walls, excavation and the dollars to make that livable space.
Benefits of Avondale Basement Homes
In Arizona, the benefits of a basement home are huge. With the high costs of energy, a basement stays very cool and offers privacy from neighbors. A basement is easier to keep consistent in temperature and can also expand yard space as opposed to having a home that takes up the majority of your lot.
Homebuyers who search for homes in Avondale, often will search for homes in Goodyear or Glendale as well. If you are not finding a basement home in Avondale you may find Glendale Basement Homes or Goodyear Basement Homes might be an option for you. There are many options for homes when buying in Avondale. You may want an Avondale homes No HOA or an Avondale horse property. These types of property are also available to potential homebuyers in the Avondale area.
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