Southeast Valley Active Listings Update

Ocotillo Chandler Arizona
Total July 2013 Closings for metro Phoenix 8,189I’ll update once we have completed August.

Total Listings as of August 21, 2013 = 17,530, approximately 2.35 months supply.

Total Listings as of August 28, 2013 = 17,821 approximately 2.18 months supply

I’ve added Sun Lakes and Fountain Hills.  Sun Lakes is technically in Chandler, but in the MLS, the city Sun Lakes is used by most agents.

 

July Closings

 Active

 Active

 Active

 Active

change

Total Closed

8189

8/7/2013

8/14/2013

8/21/2013

8/28/2013

 

Active

 

  16,833

   17,225

    17,530

    17,821

291

 

Jul-13

8/7/2013

8/14/2013

8/21/2013

8/28/2013

Absorp. Rate

Sun Lakes

61

 

 

 

          90

68%

Gilbert

517

      778

       810

        807

        828

62%

Chandler

404

      630

       639

        654

        698

58%

Ahwatukee

157

      279

       235

        290

        298

53%

San Tan Valley

213

      392

       430

        425

        438

49%

Queen Creek

117

      259

       248

        257

        265

44%

Mesa

619

    1,377

     1,375

     1,385

     1,458

42%

Tempe

136

      320

       336

        355

        363

37%

Fountain Hills

94

 

 

 

        262

36%

Scottsdale

499

    1,965

     1,980

     2,010

     2,046

24%

Gold Canyon

24

      122

       128

        133

        128

19%

Totals

2318

    4,035

     4,073

     4,173

     6,874

34%

(Note: these are MLS statistics only which means sales that are not entered into the MLS, will not be included in this information. Also these do not include properties that are UCB (under contract accepting backups) status and are strictly active listings)

If you’d like an in-depth analysis of a specific area, please contact me. (see above “contact” tab).

In addition to being a member of the Southeast Valley Regional Association of Realtors, I’m now a member of the White Mountain Association of Realtors which covers a jurisdictional area encompassing all of Northeastern Arizona from Forest Lakes on the west, up to Winslow, and then east to the Arizona/New Mexico border. This area covers such a vast geographical range, the landscape varies from the lush greenery of one of the oldest and most beautiful Ponderosa Pine forests, numerous lakes, and even one ski resort to the colorful views of the Mogollon Rim and the Painted Desert.

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