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Prescott AZ marketing statistics

Prescott Area Statistics for Home Sales Values Prices Trends and Square Footage
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  • Market Activity
  • Pricing Ratios
  • Days on Market
  • Dollar per Square Foot
  • Average Sales Price
  • Distressed

Mouse over active bars for current information on Prescott Statistics for Active versus Sold Single Family Homes. The bars display the difference over the previous year percentage-wise. Above the center line means an increase in homes for sale from the prior year. The position of the bar does not represent a “higher or lower” total, but instead the percentage of change from the previous year. Market data indicates Prescott’s drop in homes for sale, meaning a smaller inventory. This means buyers looking to purchase a home don’t have much to pick from. Call Matt today! Let’s get your home sold! It’s a great time for sellers!

Prescott Sold Listings Prescott Active Listings

Mouse over active bars for current information on Prescott Statistics for Pricing Ratios on homes.

Medium Sales Price to Old List Price Ratio Average Sales Price to List Price Ratio

Mouse over active bars for current information on Prescott Statistics for Average Days on Market to Contract Date.

Average Days to Contract (Sale) Average Contract to Settle Date

Mouse over active bars for current information on Prescott Valley Statistics for Dollar per Square Foot Values versus Previous Year. All positive so far! Take a look at February 2013 compared to February 2014 home sale values. A 14% increase in Sq.Ft. Values.

Average Sold Price per Square Foot change from Previous year.

Mouse over active bars for current information on Prescott Statistics for Average Sale Price Values. Change from last year. Prices are generally up. November 2012 was a bad month which is why the spike seems so drastic in 2013. However, home sale prices continue to be in the $250,000 – $260,000 range on average.

Average Sold Price last 18 months for all of Prescott.

Mouse over active bars for current information on Prescott Statistics for Distressed property Values. The foreclosure market in the Prescott, AZ area is definitely drying up. Only two shorts sales were recorded in the month of February, 2014. The bulk of the crisis and its aftermath were in 2010-2011; the gold bar of traditional sales, being buried under a mountain of homes with negative equity.

Traditional Sales Short Sales Lender Owned/REO All Bank-Mediated

Prescott Valley Area Statistics for Home Sales Values Prices Trends and Square Footage

  • Market Activity
  • Pricing Ratios
  • Days on Market
  • Dollar per Square Foot
  • Against Prescott
  • Average Sales Price
  • Distressed

Mouse over active bars for current information on Prescott Valley Statistics for Active versus Sold Single Family Homes. Slightly different from Prescott’s, Prescott Valley shows the decline in inventory over last year.

Prescott Valley Sold Listings Prescott Valley Active Listings

Mouse over active bars for current information on Prescott Valley Statistics for Pricing Ratios on homes. Again, we’ll show the difference from 2013. These figures basically mean when a home is listed for 200k and sells for 195k, that is a 97.5% ratio. An effective drop of 2.5%. The flatter this bar graph is, the better. Radical rises and drops are a result of folks listing their homes for way too much money, expecting to “get lucky”. Believe it or not, the homeowner does not determine the value of their Prescott home. The market decides the value.

Medium Sales Price to Old List Price Ratio Average Sales Price to List Price Ratio

Mouse over active bars for current information on Prescott Statistics for Average Days on Market to Contract Date. Showing DOM difference over 2013. What we want to see is this bar drop as low as possible, meaning Prescott Valley houses are selling quickly. The average time for a properly priced home to sit on the market is 120 days. There are those who may scoff and say this is not the case; the data supports another conclusion. We agree! The current data is proving that homes are doing better than average in regards to how quickly home-buyers are snapping them up. We’re not here to necessarily tell everyone what they “want” to hear, but instead, the mathematical TRUTH! The green bar represents a typical escrow period in Prescott Valley.

Average Days to Contract (Sale) Average Contract to Settle Date

Mouse over active bars for current information on Prescott Valley Statistics for Dollar per Square Foot Values versus Previous Year. All positive so far! Prescott Valley is performing well! Good, solid Real Estate growth over the last year!

Average Sold Price per Square Foot change from Previous year.

A strong graph representing the change from previous year and the difference for Dollar per Sq.Ft. against Prescott. Be sure to hover over this graphic. Prescott Valley’s equally strong bars don’t necessarily represent the prices (PPSQFT) being higher or better than Prescott. This graphic represent the change from 2013 visually. Had prices dropped since 2013 in either Prescott or Prescott Valley, you would see bars below the 0.0 baseline. This means the prices in both regions have gone up… Often at the same rate. Mousing over the bars will show the actual prices per square foot of each area. Powerful stats.

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Mouse over active bars for current information on Prescott Valley Statistics for Average Sale Price Values. Change from last year. Prices are generally up. January 2013 was a bad month which is why the spike seems so drastic in 2014. However, home sale prices continue to be in the $160,000 – $190,000 range on average.

Average Sold Price last 18 months for all of Prescott Valley.

Mouse over active bars for current information on Prescott Valley Statistics for Distressed property Values. The foreclosure market in the Prescott Valley, AZ area is on a down swing. Zero shorts sales were recorded in the month of January, 2014. Prescott Valley was one of the hardest hit areas in all of Arizona during 2010-2011. The recovery in the last half of 2012 is obvious as the “shadow inventory” is beginning to dry up.

Traditional Sales Short Sales Lender Owned/REO All Bank-Mediated

Chino Valley Area Statistics for Home Sales Values Prices Trends and Square Footage

  • Market Activity
  • Pricing Ratios
  • Days on Market
  • Dollar per Square Foot
  • Average Sales Price
  • Distressed

Mouse over active bars for current information on Chino Valley Statistics for Active versus Sold Single Family Homes. The bars display the difference over the previous year percentage-wise. Above the center line means an increase in homes for sale from the prior year. The position of the bar does not represent a “higher or lower” total, but instead the percentage of change from the previous year. Market data indicates Chino Valley has a drop in homes for sale, meaning a smaller inventory. This means it’s a seller’s market. Call Matt today! Let’s get your home sold! It’s a great time for sellers!

Chino Valley Sold Listings Chino Valley Active Listings

Mouse over active bars for current information on Chino Valley Statistics for Pricing Ratios on homes. The difference is shown over last year. We would like to see these bars above the center line in smaller percentages like December of 2013. This tells us that homes are seller (at an average) for slightly more than they did the year before.

Medium Sales Price to Old List Price Ratio Average Sales Price to List Price Ratio

Mouse over active bars for current information on Chino Valley Statistics for Average Days on Market to Contract Date.

Average Days to Contract (Sale) Average Contract to Settle Date

Mouse over active bars for current information on Chino Valley Valley Statistics for Dollar per Square Foot Values versus Previous Year. All positive so far with the exception of February 2013. On average, Chino Valley homes are selling for more money per square foot than the previous years.

Average Sold Price per Square Foot change from Previous year.

Mouse over active bars for current information on Chino Valley Statistics for Average Sale Price Values. Change from last year. Prices are generally up. Because Chino Valley is a smaller town in population, a single home sale in high digits can throw the averages off for the entire system. Home sale prices continue to be in the $150,000 – $170,000 range on average. Chino Valley has long been recognized to gain equity over long time periods.

Average Sold Price last 18 months for all of Chino Valley.

Mouse over active bars for current information on Chino Valley Statistics for Distressed property Values. A five year look at the foreclosure market in the Chino Valley, AZ area. The crisis look to be drying up. Only two shorts sales were recorded in the month of January, 2014. The bulk of the crisis and its aftermath were in 2010-2012; the gold bar of traditional sales, being buried under a mountain of homes with negative equity.

Traditional Sales Short Sales Lender Owned/REO All Bank-Mediated

Dewey Area Statistics for Home Sales Values Prices Trends and Square Footage

  • Market Activity
  • Pricing Ratios
  • Days on Market
  • Dollar per Square Foot
  • Average Sales Price
  • Distressed

Mouse over active bars for current information on Dewey Statistics for Active versus Sold Single Family Homes. The bars display the difference over the previous year, percentage-wise. Above the center line means an increase in homes for sale from the prior year. The position of the bar does not represent a “higher or lower” total, but instead the percentage of change from the previous year. Market data indicates Dewey’s drop in homes for sale, meaning a smaller inventory. This means buyers looking to purchase a home don’t have much to pick from. Call Matt today! Let’s get your home sold! It’s a great time for sellers! When you see the bar way above the center line consistently, it means the market is saturated with homes.

Dewey Sold Listings Dewey Active Listings

Mouse over active bars for current information on Dewey Statistics for Pricing Ratios on homes. Again, we’ll show the difference from 2013. These figures basically mean when a home is listed for 200k and sells for 195k, that is a 97.5% ratio. An effective drop of 2.5%. The flatter this bar graph is, the better. Radical rises and drops are a result of folks listing their homes for way too much money, expecting to “get lucky”. Believe it or not, the homeowner does not determine the value of their Dewey home. The market decides the value.

Medium Sales Price to Old List Price Ratio Average Sales Price to List Price Ratio

Mouse over active bars for current information on Dewey Statistics for Average Days on Market to Contract Date.

Average Days to Contract (Sale) Average Contract to Settle Date

Mouse over active bars for current information on Dewey Valley Statistics for Dollar per Square Foot Values versus Previous Year. We provided a slightly more technical graph on this one just to show the difference between what people are “asking” for the home (price) and what they actually sell it for. Again, above the center line (red bar) means in general, prices are going up from the previous year. Seems that no matter what the market is saying, people are always asking for more…the yellow bar never dips.

Average Sold Price per Sq.Ft change from Previous year. Average List Price per Sq.Ft SOLD. Average ACTIVE List Price per Sq.Ft.

Mouse over active bars for current information on Dewey Statistics for Average Sale Price Values. Change from last year. Prices are generally up. October 2012 was a bad month. However, home sale prices continue to be in the $150,000 – $170,000 range on average.

Average Sold Price last 18 months for all of Dewey. Dewey, AZ seems to be doing okay with more years gaining in sales price than dropping.

Mouse over active bars for current information on Dewey Statistics for Distressed property Values. The foreclosure market in the Dewey, AZ area is definitely drying up. Only two shorts sales were recorded in the month of February, 2014. The bulk of the crisis and its aftermath were in 2010-2011; the gold bar of traditional sales, being buried under a mountain of homes with negative equity.

Traditional Sales Short Sales Lender Owned/REO All Bank-Mediated

Area Comparisons for Home Sales Values Prices Trends and Square Footage around Prescott AZ

Area Comparisons give an idea of what prices look like from town to town around the Prescott area! It’s kind of more for fun, but it can also be eye-opening if you’re looking for fast resale, or affordability. In recent years, Prescott Valley has been gaining ground with additions to the town like the Harkins Theater district, which included all kinds of boutique shops, waterfall, miniature golf, and restaurants. Tim’s Toyota Center also brought the Arizona Sundogs to town, along with a new concert venue able to seat 6,000 people using the floor space. Prescott Valley has also see the addition of a new Wal-Mart, Home Depot, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Sprouts, TJ Max, Kohls, Sam’s Club and Cracker Barrel. This explosion of growth is leading many people to believe that the future of growth belongs to Prescott Valley.

  • 5 Years Sold
  • Avg Sales Price

Mouse over active bars for current information on closed sales in volume for all areas. This particular graph goes back 5 years to show the various swings during the hardest years in the Prescott area.

Prescott Prescott Valley Chino Valley Dewey

Mouse over active bars for current information on Sales Prices for all areas. Everybody’s hometown continues to dominate the landscape with Prescott Valley in a close race with Dewey, AZ. The building of the Quailwood community boosted Dewey’s sales numbers tremendously in recent years. Dewey also contains the Prescott Country Club and Golf Course. Dewey currently boasts two golf courses with Prescott Valley only officially having one golf course in Stoneridge.

Prescott Prescott Valley Chino Valley Dewey