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What Can 400k Buy You In Scottsdale
Dated: October 1 2019
If you've purchased a home, you've heard the saying "location, location, location" more than a couple times. The area you choose to call home will determine the amount of house you can get for your money. Throughout The Greater Phoenix Area, home values vary greatly. While being open to a broader location may be one of the most challenging compromises home buyers may be faced with, it can be the most rewarding if a larger home and a smaller budget is your top priority. All of the homes listed are currently on the market. If you see a home you're interested, simply click the link next to the neighborhood for further information.
North Scottsdale - Beautiful Townhome in Grayhawk
South Scottsdale (Old Town/Downtown Scottsdale) - Super modern remodel
Now this remodel is currently owned by a designer and it definitely shows. From the custom concrete countertops to the sleek black accents this home is one of the most trendy apartments in Old Town Scottsdale. This home is in the heart of Scottsdale's historic Old Town District, with the finest shopping, restaurants, bars, and nightlife. This 1 bed/1 bath is 831 sqft and built in 2004. Currently on the market for 379,000
Kierland- Extreamly Cozy Condo
Fantastic 2 bedroom, 2 bath Condo in highly sought after Kierland Greens. Located right next to the Luxurious Westin Resort and just a short distance more to the Kierland Commons & Scottsdale Quarter. Newer appliances & flooring, plus attached 2 car garage. Great layout, gas fireplace, balcony and spacious master retreat. This home is currently going for 395,000
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