Gilbert real estate: Median home prices up 33.33% in 85296 for October

Gilbert residential real estate data
Data provided by Daniel Ochoa, West and SouthEast REALTORS of the Valley (WeSERV), 1733 E. Northrop Blvd., Chandler. 480-833-7510.

Data provided by Daniel Ochoa, West and SouthEast REALTORS of the Valley (WeSERV), 1733 E. Northrop Blvd., Chandler. 480-833-7510.

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Park Village, 85234

This community, which began construction in 1988, has single-family homes, patio homes and condominiums.

Median home value: $330,000

Homes on the market*: 2

Homes under contract*: 3

Median annual property taxes: $2,657.36

Median price per square foot: $177.63

Average days on the market*: 56

Amenities: common areas including four neighborhood parks; convenient access to Freestone Park, Freestone Recreation Center and the Riparian Preserve at Water Ranch

Build-out year: 1994

Builders: Design Master Homes, Fulton Homes

Square footage: 1,063-2,658

Home values: $209,000-$450,000

Annual HOA dues (estimated): $0-$2,694, depending on home type

Schools: Patterson Elementary School, Gilbert Junior High School, Gilbert High School

Annual property tax rate (per $100 assessed valuation): $12.2011

* As of Oct. 30

Neighborhood data provided by Debbie Jennings, Realty One Group

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