Chandler AZ Real Estate Housing Market Report - September 2022
After increasing or remaining the same for 24 consecutive months, the average sales price per square foot of Chandler homes has now decreased for the fourth straight month. The average sales price has dropped from $315/sf in May to $292/sf in September. This is still a $24/sf increase from the $268/sf in September of 2021.
The days on market has now increased for the fourth straight month, going from 20 DOM in May to 49 DOM for September, more than doubling in four months. The DOM had remained at or below 31 since February of 2021. Homes in Chandler are still selling fast, but they have certainly slowed down as we enter the slower housing season this fall.
After increasing slightly in July, the number of new listings in Chandler has now decreased two months in a row, going from 421 in July to 295 in September. With this decrease new listings are now down -27.0% from September of last year. After seeing a shortage of homes for sale over the last two and a half years, the demand is slowing down and fewer homeowners are putting their homes on the market.
After increasing for seven straight months, going from 313 in January to 765 in August, active listings in Chandler decreased ever-so-slightly down to 764 in September. This is the sixth month in a row that active listings have been higher than the same month last year. Active listings in Chandler are now greater than last year's September listings by 64.7%. The overall rise in the number of listings in Chandler is a sign that the housing market is slowing down. Active listings are now higher than they have been since July of 2019.
Listings are catching up to demand in Chandler, as sales decrease and inventory is increasing. This is also slowing down home price increases. Median home values in Chandler have still increased an average of 14.3% since September of 2021, but just a few months ago we were seeing increases year-over-year of 25.0% or higher. Mortgage interest rates have recently increased to well over 6.3%, while the war between Russia and the Ukraine has caused inflation to really jump in the U.S. It looks like we are approaching a more balanced housing market in Chandler that should remain throughout the rest of 2022.
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