Find your place in the sun at Coyote Landing in Mesa, Ariz.
Located in Mesa, Ariz., with access to unlimited recreation opportunities and a climate where the concept of blizzards is unheard of, Coyote Landing Condominiums is attracting Canadian buyers looking for a place in the sun.
“One important aspect of Coyote Landing is it’s a new-construction condo,” says Diana Gonzales, designated broker for Inteam Realty, who with partner Shannon Aspeslagh, are the sales team / broker for the community.
Gonzales says Coyote Landing avoided foreclosing during the housing crisis, and is now able to launch a new phase with three-bedroom, two-bath condos covering 1, 280 square feet, plus single-car detached garages.
Some 188 condos are planned in total and the third of 15 buildings is now preselling. These new condos join an existing gated development with club house and a pool that’s heated from October to April (two more are planned, says Gonzales).
“We also have a 24-hour f itness centre with cable TV,” she says. “And our condo fees are quite low, only $165 per month.”
In fact, aside from property costs, the price of maintaining a Coyote Landing condo is only about $300 to $350 per month, including dues, taxes, insurance policy and utilities, says Gonzales.
The condos themselves exceed code in just about every aspect of construction, she says. Yet despite prices increasing for U.S. real estate, you can still enjoy a Coyote Landing home starting at $1 57,900 up to $169,900 (based on mountain or pool view).
Gonzales says the sales website has a live link to MLS listings where prospective buyers are challenged to find a better price-amenities combination in the valley.
For more information, visit coyotelanding.com, follow on Facebook at facebook.com /coyotelanding, or call 480-788-7693.