About Chandler Basement Homes
Chandler basement homes are highly desired by many homebuyers and for many reasons. Man Cave, Crafts, Media Centers, more bedrooms for a larger family and consistent and cooler temperatures in the hot and arid desert. Many homeowners moved to the Phoenix area to experience the amazing weather. Basement homes are the norm back east and in the Midwest and many people desire the conveniences of a basement.
Basement Homes in Arizona – Chandler Basement Homes
Basement homes in Arizona are not common and cost more to build. This is often a question people want to know. Why do they cost more? In Arizona the foundation is poured 18″ to get below the freeze line. In the Midwest because of the colder weather a builder must dig several feet in order to pour the foundation before the frost line so it makes sense to go ahead and build a basement. You may also like to live in Gilbert, check out Gilbert Basement Homes here.
AZ Horse Property – Chandler Basement Homes
Chandler has many horse properties that are basement homes. This makes a great use of the land because a basement home takes up less of the lot. Basement homes tend to be larger homes and can be great for use as a second living space. In order to get an appraisal, it is important that your real estate agent property compare to other basement homes and if not make the property judgement to price your Chandler horse property to sell. This is not always an easy thing to do and requires a lot of research and expertise. We make a full appraisal packet for the appraiser to justify the listing price.
If you are looking for Chandler Horse Property or Chandler Basement Homes, call us at 480-577-8272.
As a Public Speaker and Writer, she has written for various magazine and trade publications and speaks Nationwide regarding the loss of her son, grief, and emotional health.
She is a Certified Negotiations Expert, Master Practitioner of NLP, and has attended Accredited Buyer classes and is a real estate instructor with Internal Dynamics Real Estate School.
Michelle enjoys time with her husband and family, Farm animals, writing, gardening, reading, and is a huge fan of personal growth.