Gilbert

East Valley Prices Continue to Appreciate

The Median Sales Price has increased YoY across the East Valley. Tempe led the way with a 10% Yoy percentage gain, followed by Mesa (9%), Chandler (8%), and Gilbert (6%). Gilbert remained the most expensive city, however, with a median sales price of $359,950. Mesa continues to be the most affordable city (of the 4), with a median sales price of $301,750.

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- Chris Butterworth

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Gilbert Prices rise higher in 2nd Qtr

The Median Price per Square Foot in Gilbert reached $165.96/sqft in Q2 ‘19, up from $157.63/sqft in Q2 ‘18 and $144.58/sqft in Q2 ‘17.

Sometimes we get caught up in the month-to-month fluctuations, but when we take a step back and look at the bigger picture - quarterly numbers over a multi-year timeline, the trend looks pretty solid.

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- Chris Butterworth

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Gilbert Prices Push Higher (in May)

What a difference a month makes…

From May’18 - Apr’19 the pricing was absolutely flat. I was ready to talk about Gilbert being another part of the narrative of slowing appreciation across much of the Valley. Then I saw the numbers from May’19; now we’re going to talk about more consistent appreciation in Gilbert.

The Median Sales Price in Gilbert was $354,995 in May, up 6% YoY from $334,000 in May’18 and 16% from $305,000 in May’17.

True, pricing was flat for the 11 months preceding May’19, but pricing was also flat in the 11 months preceding May’16, and that didn’t stop the overall upward trend…

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- Chris Butterworth

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Prices Rise across the East Valley

The Median Sales Price rose across the East Valley in April, when compared YoY with April 2018. Chandler, Gilbert and Mesa rose modestly (3-5%), while Tempe’s median price rose sharply (8%) from $310,000 in Apr ‘18 to $335,885 in Apr ‘19.

It’s also interesting to see the median prices bunched together so closely, with Chandler, Gilbert, and Tempe all within a couple thousand dollars of each other. I’m not sure exactly what this means, if anything, but it’s unusual compared with other time periods and other parts of the Valley.

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- Chris Butterworth

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Gilbert homes continue to sell quickly

Last month we saw that prices continued to rise in Gilbert; this month we can see that Gilbert homes are still selling quickly. The median Days on Market for homes sold in April was 37 days, up 12% from last year’s blistering 33 days, and equal to the marketing time from April ‘17.

The trend is following the same seasonal pattern as the last couple of years, although Feb, Mar, and Apr all had a few days more on the market than the same months in 2018.. Is the market cooling off at all? Or was 2018 just a really “hot market” year?

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- Chris Butterworth

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