Anna Coady's real estate practice spans more than 10 years of residential and investment real estate transactions. She feels fortunate to have chosen a career that allows her personal satisfaction and joy in helping families find a place they call HOME. She is hardworking, loyal and service oriented individual with the expertise needed to negotiate on her clients behalf.
Anna grew up in Phoenix, Arizona and attended college at Arizona State University, where she received her Bachelor of Science Degree. She has lived throughout the Phoenix and Chandler area for over 27 years, providing invaluable knowledge for her clients during their search for real estate and she makes it a personal commitment to make every Real Estate transaction a pleasurable experience.
She knows that buying or selling a house in Arizona is one of the largest investments you'll ever make. Counseling people, trying to help them understand their investment, and working with them throughout the entire process is what makes her career in Real Estate rewarding. When you are an informed buyer or seller, you'll make the best choice on one of the most important decisions in your lifetime.
Anna is a REALTOR member of the Phoenix Association of Realtors. She work hard at maintaining the reputation she have earned for being service-oriented, understanding, loyal, hard working and trustworthy. She has in-depth experience in real estate investment analysis; and stays current with the economic factors that influence the Chandler real estate market.
The in-depth training she has received includes special real estate courses such as Real Estate Practice, Economics, Financing, Property Management, Contract Aspects, Real Estate Investments, Exchanges, Taxation, and Creative Financing.
Her years in the Arizona Real Estate market enables Anna to provide quality service in locating a home or representing you in the sale of your home through out the Valley of the Sun including: Tempe, Phoenix, Mesa, Ahwatukee, Sun Lakes, Queen Creek, Scottsdale, Paradise Valley, Fountain Hills, Chandler and Gilbert.
If you are looking for someone to represent you that has Knowledge, Experience, Professionalism, Integrity, and Personal Service in a Real Estate Agent that services the Chandler market please feel free to visit her Chandler, Arizona Real Estate website which can serve as your online source for local Real Estate information throughout Arizona. You can also call her at (480) 228-7243.
Chandler is the true all American mix of youth and tradition, pure fun and meaningful pursuits, and the perfect place to live or visit. The City is home to around 250,000 people and ranks among the fastest growing urban centers in America, attracting thousands every year with its beautiful resorts, varied recreational opportunities, and fantastic weather. Chandler has top of the line golf courses and facilities, restaurants offer varied cuisine from around the world, word class shopping is within easy reach, and fun activities abound. Combine this with 330 days of sun a year and average temperatures in the 85s, and Chandler becomes the perfect place to live or play. It is a mere twenty minutes from the Sky Harbor Airport, since Chandler is one of the more prominent suburbs within the Phoenix Metropolitan Area. The Gila River Indian Community is to the south, Tempe north and west, Mesa north, and Phoenix lies to the west. A strong economy, diverse local culture, a rich and vibrant history, and efficient infrastructure with world class services and amenities make Chandler a dynamic, progressive, young city.
Dr. Chandler, from whom the city gets its name, was the first veterinary surgeon in the territory of Arizona. He settled on a ranch here, just south of Mesa, to study irrigation engineering, around 1891. Over the next decade, he purchased some 18,000 acres of land in the area. He began planning a town on this ranchland, and began to sell the land as parcels, laying the foundations of the community he planned a well designed town with ample green spaces. His city green movement plans laid streets on a grid around the town square. Soon, businesses arrived or opened and Chandler became a popular winter destination for everyone from royalty and movie stars to the man on the street. Dr. Chandler and his new system of irrigation engineering led to the creation of a system of canals in the desert, making the land a rich agricultural area amid the sands, which has lasted to this day, in the form of Chandler parks and outdoor recreation activities.
Chandler has always been a center of big business. Dr. Chandler farmed ostriches here at one time, for their feathers, used in hats and boas, a major fashion accessory at the time. The Goodyear Tire Company also had substantial interest in the area, and grew Egyptian cotton for tires during World War I. The great depression came and went without substantially damaging much of Chandler's economy, but the later cotton crash had a large impact. Between 1950 and 1980, the population of Chandler grew from 3,800 to 30,000. Soon fast growing suburban residential developments began on former agricultural lands, and manufacturing plants for communications and computing firms ushered in a new industrial age. Motorola and Intel are just two of the many big names associated with the area. Yet, in spite of all the industrialization Chandler retains the charm and quiet of a bedroom community. Today, Chandler has a strong retail base, technical and non technical employers, shopping malls, and housing developments, and a thriving suburban city life.
There's a lot to do in Chandler, with half a dozen well deigned courses in the community and many more within easy driving. Shopping and dining opportunities are at Chandler Fashion Center Mall, a 1.3 million square foot mall full of shops, restaurants, and movie theaters. Other shops and restaurants, the Chandler Gateway, the Chandler Festival, markets and eateries make for a unique experience. The Chandler History Museum, and the Arizona Railway Museum are great for the history buff, and Chandler offers many park recreation facilities to the outdoorsy. Want more? Head for Phoenix, to check out all that vibrant metropolis has to offer.