There are a lot of swimming pools in Maricopa County, but they aren’t spread out evenly across the valley.
Homes which sell for less than $300,000 are more likely to NOT have a pool, and homes selling below $200,000 are more than 3 times as likely to not have access to cool refreshing water. If you’re looking for a home with a pool in this price range, you’re going to have to look hard and be diligent in your search.
On the other hand, 7 out of 10 homes priced above $300,000 had a pool, and more than 80% of homes above $500,000 had one - showing that once you get above the median price range, pools are fairly commonplace across Maricopa County.
- Chris Butterworth
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* All chart data represents single-family detached homes only. Information is believed accurate but not guaranteed.
** Homes with pools include both private and community pools, although since we're looking at single family detached homes, the vast majority were private pools.