The Thrustmaster T.16000-M would be a decent choice to start out with, if you're just looking for something basic. Hall effect sensors for the stick axes, plenty of buttons, and ambidextrous, but it does lose points for only having four stick buttons and one hat switch. The 12 base buttons (6 on each side) would be far more useful on the stick itself.
If you have more funds, space, and don't mind buying used, go shop around for the Saitek X-45 or X-52 (non-Pro). Decent entry-level HOTAS.
I personally use a Thrustmaster HOTAS Cougar (Force-Controlled Cougar mod in the stick) and some Thrustmaster RCS rudder pedals (Hall sensor kit installed). Very nice setup, but if you have to ask how much...(The stock Cougar and RCS aren't THAT expensive compared to similar CH, Saitek, and Logitech offerings, but when you factor in the mods...)