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Show Low has been successful in orchestrating controlled and well-planned growth of its residential areas. Various master-planned communities offer complete community amenities and protect asset values. In addition to the existing supply of housing, many new, exciting developments are underway.

Show Low is fortunate that its housing market has been steadier than the rest of the state over the past few years. In 2009, the median home prices in places like Sedona, Flagstaff and Phoenix were $417,000, $325,000 and $217,537 respectively. Show Low’s housing market also shows appreciation, but is more affordable than Arizona’s metropolitan areas. In 2009, Show Low had a median home value of $141,000.

With the changing demographics of the 21st century, second-home buyers have become a key factor in the shifting economy…and Show Low has traditionally been a strong market for second-home buyers. Findings also suggest that perhaps one in five second-homes in Show Low will become primary residences after owner retirement. With the baby-boom population entering retirement age, the permanent population of year-round Show Low residents is expected to increase dramatically over the next decade.

Businesses considering Show Low as a location will discover that the city has had the foresight to keep housing affordable for all demographic groups. Various workforce housing is available throughout the City, and many more developments are occurring.

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