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The Current Market shows steady growth with moderate gains. The current low inventory of homes has helped raise the median home price in Phoenix 7.7% from a year ago to $228,400. New home sales are at a 7 month high and are 12.8% higher than a year ago. As with anything, the less there is of it, the more it’s worth. Now’s a good time to sell a home. Give me a call.


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Typically each year in Arizona, home sales fall during the holiday months. This graphs shows how quickly home sales fall once October hits and throughout November. This graph shows sales pick up towards the end of December and continue to rise through January of 2015. We are on track for a little better year than in 2014, but not by that much. Also notice the graph in May reach it’s highest point. It’s during the summer months when school is out when the most home sales occur.

If you or someone you know is thinking of selling or buying a home, I’d love to go to work for you. If your just curious as to what your home might be worth, shoot me an email and I’ll give you a quick analysis with current sales near your home. scott@phxhomes.com


As of May 21 2012 there were about 15,019 single family and condo homes listed for sale in Phoenix Arizona. The median asking price of these homes was approximately $199,291. Since this time last year, the inventory of homes for sale has decreased by 39.4% and the median price has increased by 32.9%.

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Phoenix Market is HOT!

It’s not just heating up outside, homes are selling as soon as they come on the market. Call me, Now’s a great time to sell! Multiple cash offers, no appraisal needed. The inventory is way down, but interest rates are at an all time low. That means buyers are willing to pay more!


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Last August we counted 500 new home closings in the metro Phoenix 
housing market, and this year we tallied 632 new home closings for the 
month, a 26% increase. (source, RL Reports)