Written by: Noel Anderson April 30, 2019
THE CASE FOR APACHE JUNCTION
Home of the Lost Dutchman trail, Apache Trail Flea Market and now debunked Buckhorn Baths motel, Apache Junction sits at the base of the majestic Superstition Mountains and is the gateway to some of the best hiking, boating and outdoor recreational opportunities within a short driving distance from most Phoenix metropolitan cities.
The image as a metropolis for winter visitors better known as snowbirds, cheap motels and rock shops is beginning to fade. New housing, strip malls and an expanded freeway are giving Apache Junction new life. People living in Apache are privy to affordable housing that comes with beautiful desert scenery and priceless views of the Superstition Mountains that normally are reserved for high end million dollar homes. Continued ->
Noel Anderson is a 10 year residential Arizona real estate industry veteran representing Buyers and Sellers of residential real estate.
Noel got her start in real estate more than 20 years ago, buying homes at auction at the court house steps; rehabbing and reselling as a FSBO (For Sale By Owner). Realizing the value that a licensed real estate agent brings to the table in a transaction, she became a licensed agent not only to represent herself but assist others with the process of buying or selling real estate. Her primary mission is to treat others the way she would want to be treated no matter which side of the transaction she represents.
Noel and her husband lived in Ahwatukee for 20 years and currently reside in Chandler on a “mini farm” with their two dogs, 5 ducks and 15 chickens, as well as a bunch of other varmints that wander in and out. When time permits, she and her husband enjoy traveling, hiking and golf.