PHOENIX — Sales of Phoenix homes fell 3.6% in September to an annual pace of 1,069,038, the most recent monthly sales figure available, according to data released Friday.
The national sales of homes sold through real estate broker-dealer Movoto Real Estate Services fell 6.7%, but it was still the lowest pace since August.
Home sales of the month fell 3% in August, the lowest in two years, according the National Association of Realtors.
The median selling price of a single-family home in Phoenix was $921,800, up 1.9% from a year earlier.
In August, median sales prices in Phoenix were $885,000, up 7.4%.
The city had the second-highest median price increase in the nation last month, up 5.2%.
Home sales fell across the board, with the median price of homes selling for $1.6 million or more down 1.3%.
The median selling value of a home was $719,400, down 3%.