The metro Phoenix area proves to be quite resilient. Its had the ability to withstand economic downturns not caused by the real estate market, . However, this doesn’t mean that the Phoenix housing market will be unphased by the coronavirus pandemic.
The data shows that listings have climbed 20% in the past few weeks, which could indicate homeowners are struggling financially. They’re hoping to either get out from under mortgages, or its short-term rental owners who don’t have prospective tenants wanting to rent.
Elliott Pollack, a veteran Arizona economist, and many other experts are anticipating the Phoenix housing market to hunker down for the coming months. “People aren’t moving now and that means they aren’t buying homes,” Pollack said. “’Phoenix’s strong population growth was driving the housing market. That’s over until this crisis is over.”
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