Highest Price

Highest Sales Price by City

Once again Scottsdale leads the way, with the most expensive home selling for $17.5 Million. What this chart doesn't show, however, is the sale prices after that most expensive house.

Paradise Valley followed that top Scottsdale sale with the next 4 highest sale prices, and 14 of the top 19 most expensive sales.

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Most Expensive Home is in Scottsdale, again.

I pulled the most expensive home sold in each city over the first 2 months of the year. (Top 12 cities are on the board.)

Scottsdale dwarfs all other cities, with a Maximum Sold Price of $17.50 million. Paradise Valley was next ($5.95 million), followed by Phoenix ($4.1 million), Gilbert ($3.5 million), and Chandler ($2.69 million). No other city had a single sale above $2 million.

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Highest Sold Price by City - East Valley

The most expensive home in 2017 (through Nov) sold for $9.2 million in Scottsdale. It's also interesting to note how expensive homes can be in the other cities as well.

- Chris Butterworth

 

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