The COVID-19 pandemic has world-wide consequences for not only the health and wellbeing of individuals but also the global economy. Recent research by the Brookings Institute provides a glimpse into which regions of the U.S. are likely to be hit the hardest by a COVID-19 recession.
The median sales price of existing single-family homes in the Tucson Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) increased by 7.1% last year. That resulted in a 12-year high with prices at $238,900. Home prices have steadily increased in Tucson and across the nation since the end of the Great Recession.
Watch the recorded MAP Talk: What's Hot and What's Not in Tucson's Economy
The Southern Arizona communities snapshot provides an overview of how the 41 largest cities, towns, and census designated places (CDP) within Cochise, Pima, Pinal, Greenlee, Graham, Santa Cruz, and Yuma counties are performing.
Join the upcoming MAP Talk to explore current economic trends for Tucson.