This interactive map shows how much residential property values have changed over the past five years, according to the Pima County Assessor’s office. The amounts and percentages reflect residential property appraisals for Tax Years 2019 to 2023.
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The 290,684 properties shown on this map include only those classified as “residential” by the assessor, and only those that have been in the system since tax year 2019. Newly constructed homes are not shown here, nor are certain types of homes appraised in a different manner by the assessor, such as mobile homes.
The average home overall increased 41 percent over the five-year period. But homes with lower values generally increased faster. Those valued at $150,000 or less in Tax Year 2019 increased an average of 52 percent. Homes valued at $100,000 or less in 2019 increased at an average of 68 percent.
Values were more stable at the higher end. Homes valued at $350,000 or more in Tax Year 2019 increased an average of 26 percent over five years. Homes valued at $500,000 or more increased an average of 23 percent. And homes valued at $1 million or more, of which there were 930 in Tax Year 2019, went up an average of 20 percent.