Arizona Housing Prices

Arizona housing prices have fallen in the recent times making it easy for more and more people to invest in the real estate sector in this state. Although the prices have fallen, there are some a few cities where the price never falls.

For example the capital of the state, Phoenix remains the most expensive city to buy a house. Further, houses in Mesa and Scottsdale is also expensive. Because of the recent economic crisis, the costs of houses have fallen. Housing prices in Arizona varies from city to city and also from the kind of house you want to invest in to. A wide range of different kinds of houses, from flats to apartments, single family houses to multi family houses, duplex to triplex, condominiums to villas and bungalows are all available in this state. You have to choose the right kind of house suiting your family budget, needs and requirements.

Price of houses in Arizona

  • Phoenix: $2,00,000 to $4,00,000
  • Mesa: $1,00,000 to 2,00,000
  • Scottsdale: $50,000 to $1,50,000
  • Chandler: $1,00,000 to $3,00,000

The prices of houses mentioned here are subject to change without prior notice. The change in price totally depends on the state's current economy. Due to the recent economic crisis the sale of homes in Arizona saw a nose dive. Not many people had plans of investing in the housing sector as other things were more important. But now with the economy coming back to its path of recovery, it is assumed that the prices of houses will remain the same.



This will not only make more houses sell at a faster rate but will also give a sigh of relief to the housing sector. All the facilities related directly and indirectly to the housing sector is made available in the state of Arizona. The state government along with the central government looks after the housing in the state. The housing and urban development of America takes care that all the sections of the society are provided shelter to live in . The Arizona housing authority is one such enterprise in the state of Arizona to come forward to provide financial help to the residents of the state. It sees to it that discrimination on any basis does not take place. It has been quite successful in boosting the housing sector in Arizona.