The Tucson Housing Market February 2020
Quick Look At The Market From Ben & Kim Boldt – Premier Tucson Homes
The Tucson Housing Market February 2020 report shows continued increases in year over year prices and further declines in home inventory. Now below 2000 homes on the market. OMG!
February’s Median and Average Sales Prices for single family homes is up 13.0 % and 8.3% respectively from February 2019. These Year Over Year gains make owning a home in Tucson an attractive investment.
Condos and Townhouses also showed median sales prices and average price gains of 5.3% and 5.5%.
The Tucson Housing Market February 2020 – Single Family Homes
The Tucson Housing Market February 2020 – Condos & Townhouses
The Townhouse/Condo market is experiencing similar results. But more dramatic. The median sales price increased 5.3% and the average sale price jumped 5.5%. Inventory stands at 245 units on the market, a drop of 27.3% from February 2019.
Average Sales Prices – Increased 8.3% Year Over Year
Median Sales Prices – Increased 13.0% Year Over Year
Active Listings – Decreased 32.3% From February 2019
Average Days On Market (DOM) – Stands At 43 Days
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Percentage Of Listing Price Paid By Buyer – Is 98.5%
The Drivers – Demand, Low Mortgage Rates And Low Inventory
Another strong month at the start of 2020. Those cold winter days make Tucson a great place to live. And low mortgage rates help the decision making.
Sellers are having sweet dreams as buyers look for that “perfect” home in a market with low inventory.
New construction home sales remain high. And the low level of “active listings” in the resale market is moving people in that choice. New homes are being built across Tucson. But in most cases, that new construction home will likely cost more than a resale.
Landscaping, decorating and window treatments are not included. Want a pool, plan on $45,000 to $60,000 for a standard no frills pool.
And while prices continue to rise, Tucson is still a good value compared to many areas in the U.S. Hey, the economists are right. Demand with low supply makes prices rise.
February 2020 Mortgage Update
Mortgage rates hover around 3.5% for a 30-year conventional loan. And down payment requirements have been relaxed a bit. The low rates relative to recent year over year appreciation in Tucson home values makes Tucson an easy choice.
And Tucson remains one of the lower cost of living places in the U.S. and Arizona.
Tucson has been identified as one of the Top 10 housing markets for 2017 and 2018. December’s data appears to be confirming Tucson is a top pick for cities to live in.
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Why? We want you to know what to expect. And what to plan for.
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When submitting an offer
Given current inventory levels, low ball offers aren’t getting traction. So, if you “really” want the home, make a “reasonable” offer.
You have to ask yourself, “Will I feel bad if I don’t get this house?” If the answer is no, then put in an offer you would feel is a steal and see what happens. If the answer is yes, put in an offer you and your Realtor think is reasonable.
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