Phoenix Housing Market Reports
The Phoenix real estate market is an interesting beast or maybe a precarious little animal, at once predictable and at other times fickle and hard to handle, but often as with anything there are some trends that we can follow and that's what we do.
Our goal here at inPhoenix Realty Partners at both of the primary websites, and particularly here for the housing reports, is to provide not only information and data, but to disseminate it, to deliver a view and opinion on what it means and how you can use it. We would like you to be able to make the best decisions for you, one that is based on good information. In that vein we provide several ways to see housing data for Phoenix and all the metro cities.
How To Get Phoenix Housing Data And Reports?
1. Read our opinionated Phoenix market reports, published monthly for the Greater Phoenix area and for individual cities and segments like REO, short sale and what ever else is important at any given time.
2. View real time Phoenix housing trends and numbers like sales, active, median price and inventory by:
→ City housing data and graphs.
→ Zip Code housing data and graphs.
3. Below are the most recent housing blog posts.
Phoenix Housing Trends Updates
It's been a while since I've done one of these market reports. It's been a busy time indeed, not only for us, but for the market. Even the "media" is abu...Read MoreJune 4th, 2013 8:16pm
I started this post by writing the title. I wrote it on May 21st, 2011. The title as you see, "A New Tide Of Buyers Is Coming In 2013" stayed in draft mo...Read MoreApril 26th, 2013 2:03pm
I still occasionally get calls and emails from persons looking for a deal on a home under $100,000 and I often don't get calls back when I explain how diffic...Read MoreMarch 29th, 2013 3:42pm
Bank owned homes continue to diminish in size and influence on the market. Below is a chart with total REO numbers in Greater Phoenix.The purple is p...Read MoreFebruary 11th, 2013 10:58am
The segment where it is the easiest to get into for most buyers and investors is also the most difficult to buy into. The price segment from $1.00 to $100,...Read MoreFebruary 10th, 2013 10:16am