Tempe AZ Real Estate Housing Market Report - July 2022
The average sold price per square foot of Tempe homes decreased for the second straight month, dropping from an all-time high of $330/sf in May to $311/sf in July.
After Tempe days on market decreased two months in a row, the DOM increased to 25 in July. Even with this increase to 25 DOM, homes in Tempe are selling faster than they ever have.
The number of new Tempe listings has increased each month in 2022 through June. After going from 99 in January to 189 in June, almost doubling, new listings in Tempe decreased to 149 in July. New listings in Tempe are now lower than they have been in July of the previous three years, and they are now -2.0% lower than in July of 2021.
The number of active listings increased for the third straight month after decreasing sixth straight months previously. Active listings have gone from 122 in April to 253 in July. The number of active listings in Tempe are now greater than they were in July of last year by 22.2%.
The lack of homes for sale continues to drive demand and home prices higher, but that is changing. Inventory is increasing, and that will have an impact on prices.
Median home values in Tempe have increased an average of 22.6% since July of 2021. Even with interest rates averaging around 5.5%, there will still be more buyers looking to purchase a home in Tempe throughout the remainder of 2022.
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If you're thinking of buying a home, more homes are being listed for sale, and interest rates remain at historically low rates. Being a trusted real estate professional, I can answer your questions and help you determine your next steps.