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Lofts at Filmore, 387 North 2nd Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85003, USAUnit 1F

Loft Style

Living Area:927 Sq Ft
Year Built:2001
Year Updated:2020
loft Description
Come see this loft style condominium in downtown Phoenix. This 1929 historic building underwent an award winning redevelopment in 2001. The result was 18 unique and comfortable urban loft style living spaces. With exposed red bricks, spiral duct work and beautiful hardwood floors throughout, this loft is full of character. This unit boast a beautiful spiral staircase, unique living/dining room wi…  Full description
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Phoenix Housing & Living
Average sale prices for lofts as of Dec, 2020.
Loft sizeDecvs Last Month
1 bed lofts$243,426-14.3%
2 bed lofts$430,938+7.1%
3 bed lofts$462,841-5.6%
4+ bed lofts$734,010+2.1%
Property TypeDecvs Last Month
Houses for sale$581,490+1.3%
Apartments for sale$375,550-0.5%
Lofts for sale$582,600+0.4%
Condos for sale$325,511-9.3%
Prices depend on real estate size/amenities and are based on the Rentberry platform statistics.
Household Income
Median household income: $57,957
Number of households: 574,645
The average household income in Phoenix, AZ grew from $56,696 to $57,957 in the past year. This data is an estimate based upon 574,645 households in Phoenix, AZ.
The chart below presents how household income is distributed in Phoenix, AZ in comparison to the revenue allocation amid households nationally.
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Property Taxes
Average range: $800-$1,500
One of the most important aspects for property owners is the amount of property taxes. This graph shows distribution of property taxes in Phoenix, AZ compared to median property taxes around the country. The prevalent amount of property taxes in Phoenix, AZ equals $800-$1,500, which is more than the national average.
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