Saturday, July 9, 2022 / by Bryan Baylon
All 29 cities have seen their single-family markets cool down, but Paradise Valley has cooled much less than the others.
Casa Grande and Arizona City have also done better than average, perhaps supported by the new industry that has been established in their local area.
The Southeast Valley has fared particularly poorly, as has Phoenix, Glendale and Anthem.
We normally classify readings under 60 as corresponding to a balanced market. By this definition, 19 of the 29 cities are already in a balanced market while Sun Lakes and Anthem are most in danger of slipping into a buyer's market.
Market incites provided by the Cromford report.