Median Value of Owner-Occupied Housing, 2009-to-2013 Average
Median home values vary widely across Arizona. Much of the observed differences from county to county result from differences in the quality and size of the housing rather than reflecting geographic differences in prices of comparable homes. For example, manufactured housing units, which tend to have values much lower than site-built homes, make up a considerable proportion of the housing units in some counties.
During the 2009-to-2013 period, the median value reported in Arizona was 7 percent lower than the national average of $176,700. The median value was 25 percent above the national average in Coconino County and slightly above average in Yavapai County, but was only about half of the national average in Apache, Greenlee, and La Paz counties.