Snuggled between Avondale and Surprise, Litchfield Park is a suburban town. We find that one of the reasons renters look at Litchfield Park is the affordability of new homes and close-knit, family-oriented neighborhoods. Litchfield Park homes are in some of the up and coming neighborhoods in the metropolitan Phoenix area. Between the brand new homes on the famous golf course to the large lots with renovated backyards, the city of Litchfield Park has it all. Its nearness to the other cities in the Valley, yet seclusion from many neighborhoods provide the residents of Litchfield Park with a ‘small town’ community full of places to eat and shop (not to mention, access to a wide variety of schools).
Here are some quick facts to make renting a home in Litchfield Park easier:
- About 449 homes were sold in Litchfield Park so far this year (2014).
- The average home value index is $213,000, with the median list price at $264,000 and the median sale price around $198,000, which is over 4% lower than sales in the past few years.
- About 71% of the neighborhoods are filled with single families. The other 29% live in condos and apartments.
- The main kinds of people who live in Litchfield Park are lower to moderate income families who like small towns and new homeowners.
- The mortgage rate for the area is about 4% (extremely close to the national average).
- The market value is set to increase by about 3.8% in the next year!
Where You Want to Be
We find that one of the reasons renters look at Litchfield Park is the affordability of new homes and close-knit, family-oriented neighborhoods. There are many sustainable agricultural places to visit and eat in the nearby area, such as Schnepf Farms, Superstition Farm, and the Litchfield Park Olive Mill (which draws in people from all over metro Phoenix). There are a some great local hotspots to find in the center of town, but nothing like the “Scottsdale night life”. However, there is plenty of fun to be had in Litchfield Park! The Las Colinas Golf Club and the Trilogy Golf Club at Power Ranch as well as the San Tan Mountain Regional Park are only the tip of the iceberg! When renting a home in Litchfield Park, our CENTURY 21 team recommends looking for deals in the Dreaming Summit, Wigwam Creek North, and Litchfield Greens neighborhoods. There are a variety of housing options for any budget in these areas. Be sure to explore these locations when you consider renting a home in Litchfield Park. You can have access to the “Litchfield Park” lifestyle, without spending all of your savings to buy a home!
Process of Elimination
The hardest part about finding a home to rent in Litchfield Park is eliminating all of the other attractive homes from your list! Finding the perfect home takes time, but our agents are not ones to sit around a wait for the best Litchfield Park rental listing to come to you. Rather, our process is simple and aggressive. Each CENTURY 21 agent is available around the clock to create a list of exactly what your are looking for in your Litchfield Park rental home. Next, we begin to compile lists of ALL available homes on the market right now (not just the ones that are listed with CENTURY 21 Northwest). Our team arranges viewings around your schedule and always pre-approves the home before you even step foot in it. The elimination process is difficult, especially for homes in Litchfield Park! The most important thing you, as the renter, need to bring to the table is an idea of what you are looking for and, more importantly, what you are not looking for in your future rental home. Our agents will take it from there!
To see a list of all the listings for renting a home in Litchfield Park, click here.