Estancia 85262 Real Estate Market Update - Monday January 29, 2018

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Real Estate Agent with Realty One Group, Inc
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Real Estate Market Update for the Estancia luxury home community in North Scottsdale, Arizona 85262.


 
 

Estancia in North Scottsdale, Arizona
January 29, 2018 Weekly Update


Active listings increased to 32 homes.
Average sale price per square foot increased to $426.62/SqFt.
Average sale price as % of list price decreased to 86.71%.
Average sale price increased to $2,162,470.
Highest priced home sold in past 6 months was for $3,337,950.
Number of homes sold in past 6 months decreased to 5.

Average Sales Price
July 2012 - Present by Week
Estancia Average Sales Price by Week Chart


Average Sales Price/SqFt
July 2012 - Present by Week
Estancia Average Sales Price per Square Foot by Week

85262 December 2017 vs December 2016 Monthly Update


Active listings decreased 6.25%.
Months supply decreased 40.66%.
Average sale price per square foot increased 25.53%.
Average sale price as % of list price remained the same.
Average sale price increased 22.70%.
Median sale price increased 14.06%.
Market distress index increased 18.60%.

Median Sales Price
2009 - Present by Month
85262 Median Sales Price 2009-2013 Monthly Chart


Average Sales Price/SqFt
2009 - Present by Month
85262 Average Sales Price per Square Foot 2009-2013 Chart

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