Building Costs Per Square Foot in the State of Arizona, USA – 2024

 A newly-built 3 bedroom house with 2 bathrooms, 2 attached garages, gross floor area 669 sqft on 1326 Lucky LN, Queen Creek, Arizona 85142


A newly-built 4 bedroom house with 3 bathrooms, 2 attached garages, gross floor area 2,669 sqft on 1326 Lucky LN, Queen Creek, Arizona 85142 – Price $795,000

As of 2024, building costs in the state of Arizona are -4% below the national average. The charts below show a comparison of costs between luxury, semi-luxury, best, good, average and minimum standard single-family houses. Costs are also given for manufactured housing in five quality classes.

2024 Building Costs Per Square Foot for Single Family Homes in the State of Arizona, USA

  • Class 1 – Luxury Homes – $372.35 to $583.75 per sqft
  • Class 2 – Semi Luxury Homes – $226.31 to $354.77 per sqft
  • Class 3 – Best Standard Homes – $146.38 to $227.24 per sqft
  • Class 4 – Good Standard Homes – $106.75 to $167.43 per sqft
  • Class 5 – Average Standard Homes – $86.67 to $135.73 per sqft
  • Class 6 – Minimum Standard  Homes – $68.37 to $107.15 per sqft
Arizona Single Family Houses 2024 Building Costs

Arizona Single Family Houses 2024 Building Costs

2024 Building Costs Per Square Foot for Manufactured Housing in the State of Arizona, USA

Manufactured housing is composed of one or more prefabricated modular units which are delivered to the site and assembled on a RC foundation or slab.

  • Best Quality Housing – $134.56 to $154.45 per sqft
  • Good Quality Housing – $113.13 to $136.27 per sqft
  • Average Quality Housing – $91.32 to $118.68 per sqft
  • Low Average Quality Housing – $77.18 to $103.40 per sqft
  • Lowest Quality Housing – $66.19 to $91.47 per sqft
Arizona Manufactured Housing 2024 Building Costs

Arizona Manufactured Housing 2024 Building Costs

Residential Construction Market Analysis in the State of Arizona, USA

Building costs in Arizona are 4% below the national average, and equivalent to the states of Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, North Carolina and Virginia. The real estate market has always had unstable moments or those periods where it is risky to invest. But since 2020 and as a result of the pandemic, the risks of investing in this sector have made many people doubt whether it is worth building a house or investing in a place at all.

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