The Home Stretch: 64 Stats That Show Which Metro Housing Markets Will Finish 2014 Strong

The Home Stretch: 64 Stats That Show Which Metro Housing Markets Will Finish 2014 Strong

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Seemingly endless amounts of housing market statistics are released online daily. Sharing this data with prospective buyers and sellers is one of the best ways to keep in touch and showcase your expertise. Knowing how to find the most informative reports, studies, surveys, and polls to share, however, can be an arduous task.

If you’re looking for the inside scoop on how your particular housing market has performed in recent months — and how it’ll finish out the year — look no further. We’ve compiled real estate marketing statistics for the most prominent metro areas (in alphabetical order) that are expected to complete 2014 on a high note.

Feel free to share these stats on your real estate website and social media accounts to keep your leads informed and connected.

Atlanta

  • Metro Atlanta home sales reached a near-one-year high during June. (Atlanta Board of Realtors) CLICK TO TWEET
  • Improved hiring and economic growth are projected in Q3-Q4 in Atlanta. (PNC Atlanta Market Outlook) CLICK TO TWEET

Boston

  • An 8.5-point increase was recorded in Boston’s Home Price Index between February and May. (S&P/Case-Shiller) CLICK TO TWEET

Charlotte

  • The median closing price of Charlotte homes rose 36% in the three-year period ending in May. (Metrostudy) CLICK TO TWEET

Chicago

Dallas

  • An increase of more than 5 points was recorded in Dallas’ Home Price Index from February to May. (S&P/Case-Shiller) CLICK TO TWEET
  • Dallas was deemed one of the “fastest-moving” real estate markets in the nation this year. (ZipRealty) CLICK TO TWEET

Denver

  • The closed dollar volume for the metro Denver area in May was $1.7 billion. (Denver Metro Association of Realtors) CLICK TO TWEET

Houston

  • Condo sales in Houston increased 6% during the first five months of 2014. (Texas A&M University) CLICK TO TWEET
  • The average Houston condo only spent 55 days on the market during July. (Texas A&M University) CLICK TO TWEET

Los Angeles

  • L.A.’s media sales price increased $42,000 in the year ending in Q2 2014 to $420,000. (National Association of Realtors) CLICK TO TWEET
  • Home values grew in L.A. by 15% year-over-year in June, elevating to $540,000. (Zillow) CLICK TO TWEET
  • More than 7,000 homes came off the market in L.A. during July at a median sales price of $457,500. (DataQuick) CLICK TO TWEET

Miami

  • A near-$20,000 rise in Miami’s median sales price occurred during the year ending in Q2 2014. (National Association of Realtors) CLICK TO TWEET

Minneapolis

  • The median home sales price spiked to $220,000 in Minneapolis during June. (Minneapolis Area Association of Realtors) CLICK TO TWEET

New York City

  • The Big Apple’s S&P Home Price Index grew 1 point to 172.5 between February and May this year. (S&P/Case-Shiller) CLICK TO TWEET
  • Excluding distressed sales, New York had the second-highest home price appreciation in June. (CoreLogic) CLICK TO TWEET

Portland (Oregon)

  • The 2,600+ closings in Portland this June were 4.2% more than the year before. (RMLS) CLICK TO TWEET
  • The 2.8-month home supply average in June was the lowest in Portland since July 2013. (RMLS) CLICK TO TWEET
  • Portland’s average sales price in June was $32,000 higher than June 2013’s level. (RMLS) CLICK TO TWEET

San Diego

  • The median sales price for single-family homes grew 7% from Q2 2013 to Q2 2014. (National Association of Realtors) CLICK TO TWEET

San Francisco

  • San Fran experienced a 12-point rise in its Home Price Index from February to May. (S&P/Case-Shiller) CLICK TO TWEET

Seattle

Washington, D.C.

Check out more recent real estate data in our post First Half of 2014 Industry Update: 32 Stats That Signal an Improving Housing Market.

How do you predict the housing market will finish the year? Share your insights with us in the comments below.

CLICK TO TWEET THIS ARTICLE

Seemingly endless amounts of housing market statistics are released online daily. Sharing this data with prospective buyers and sellers is one of the best ways to keep in touch and showcase your expertise. Knowing how to find the most informative reports, studies, surveys, and polls to share, however, can be an arduous task.

If you’re looking for the inside scoop on how your particular housing market has performed in recent months — and how it’ll finish out the year — look no further. We’ve compiled real estate marketing statistics for the most prominent metro areas (in alphabetical order) that are expected to complete 2014 on a high note.

Feel free to share these stats on your real estate website and social media accounts to keep your leads informed and connected.

Atlanta

  • Metro Atlanta home sales reached a near-one-year high during June. (Atlanta Board of Realtors) CLICK TO TWEET
  • Improved hiring and economic growth are projected in Q3-Q4 in Atlanta. (PNC Atlanta Market Outlook) CLICK TO TWEET

Boston

  • An 8.5-point increase was recorded in Boston’s Home Price Index between February and May. (S&P/Case-Shiller) CLICK TO TWEET

Charlotte

  • The median closing price of Charlotte homes rose 36% in the three-year period ending in May. (Metrostudy) CLICK TO TWEET

Chicago

Dallas

  • An increase of more than 5 points was recorded in Dallas’ Home Price Index from February to May. (S&P/Case-Shiller) CLICK TO TWEET
  • Dallas was deemed one of the “fastest-moving” real estate markets in the nation this year. (ZipRealty) CLICK TO TWEET

Denver

  • The closed dollar volume for the metro Denver area in May was $1.7 billion. (Denver Metro Association of Realtors) CLICK TO TWEET

Houston

  • Condo sales in Houston increased 6% during the first five months of 2014. (Texas A&M University) CLICK TO TWEET
  • The average Houston condo only spent 55 days on the market during July. (Texas A&M University) CLICK TO TWEET

Los Angeles

  • L.A.’s media sales price increased $42,000 in the year ending in Q2 2014 to $420,000. (National Association of Realtors) CLICK TO TWEET
  • Home values grew in L.A. by 15% year-over-year in June, elevating to $540,000. (Zillow) CLICK TO TWEET
  • More than 7,000 homes came off the market in L.A. during July at a median sales price of $457,500. (DataQuick) CLICK TO TWEET

Miami

  • A near-$20,000 rise in Miami’s median sales price occurred during the year ending in Q2 2014. (National Association of Realtors) CLICK TO TWEET

Minneapolis

  • The median home sales price spiked to $220,000 in Minneapolis during June. (Minneapolis Area Association of Realtors) CLICK TO TWEET

New York City

  • The Big Apple’s S&P Home Price Index grew 1 point to 172.5 between February and May this year. (S&P/Case-Shiller) CLICK TO TWEET
  • Excluding distressed sales, New York had the second-highest home price appreciation in June. (CoreLogic) CLICK TO TWEET

Portland (Oregon)

  • The 2,600+ closings in Portland this June were 4.2% more than the year before. (RMLS) CLICK TO TWEET
  • The 2.8-month home supply average in June was the lowest in Portland since July 2013. (RMLS) CLICK TO TWEET
  • Portland’s average sales price in June was $32,000 higher than June 2013’s level. (RMLS) CLICK TO TWEET

San Diego

  • The median sales price for single-family homes grew 7% from Q2 2013 to Q2 2014. (National Association of Realtors) CLICK TO TWEET

San Francisco

  • San Fran experienced a 12-point rise in its Home Price Index from February to May. (S&P/Case-Shiller) CLICK TO TWEET

Seattle

Washington, D.C.

Check out more recent real estate data in our post First Half of 2014 Industry Update: 32 Stats That Signal an Improving Housing Market.

How do you predict the housing market will finish the year? Share your insights with us in the comments below.

CLICK TO TWEET THIS ARTICLE

Seemingly endless amounts of housing market statistics are released online daily. Sharing this data with prospective buyers and sellers is one of the best ways to keep in touch and showcase your expertise. Knowing how to find the most informative reports, studies, surveys, and polls to share, however, can be an arduous task.

If you’re looking for the inside scoop on how your particular housing market has performed in recent months — and how it’ll finish out the year — look no further. We’ve compiled real estate marketing statistics for the most prominent metro areas (in alphabetical order) that are expected to complete 2014 on a high note.

Feel free to share these stats on your real estate website and social media accounts to keep your leads informed and connected.

Atlanta

  • Metro Atlanta home sales reached a near-one-year high during June. (Atlanta Board of Realtors) CLICK TO TWEET
  • Improved hiring and economic growth are projected in Q3-Q4 in Atlanta. (PNC Atlanta Market Outlook) CLICK TO TWEET

Boston

  • An 8.5-point increase was recorded in Boston’s Home Price Index between February and May. (S&P/Case-Shiller) CLICK TO TWEET

Charlotte

  • The median closing price of Charlotte homes rose 36% in the three-year period ending in May. (Metrostudy) CLICK TO TWEET

Chicago

Dallas

  • An increase of more than 5 points was recorded in Dallas’ Home Price Index from February to May. (S&P/Case-Shiller) CLICK TO TWEET
  • Dallas was deemed one of the “fastest-moving” real estate markets in the nation this year. (ZipRealty) CLICK TO TWEET

Denver

  • The closed dollar volume for the metro Denver area in May was $1.7 billion. (Denver Metro Association of Realtors) CLICK TO TWEET

Houston

  • Condo sales in Houston increased 6% during the first five months of 2014. (Texas A&M University) CLICK TO TWEET
  • The average Houston condo only spent 55 days on the market during July. (Texas A&M University) CLICK TO TWEET

Los Angeles

  • L.A.’s media sales price increased $42,000 in the year ending in Q2 2014 to $420,000. (National Association of Realtors) CLICK TO TWEET
  • Home values grew in L.A. by 15% year-over-year in June, elevating to $540,000. (Zillow) CLICK TO TWEET
  • More than 7,000 homes came off the market in L.A. during July at a median sales price of $457,500. (DataQuick) CLICK TO TWEET

Miami

  • A near-$20,000 rise in Miami’s median sales price occurred during the year ending in Q2 2014. (National Association of Realtors) CLICK TO TWEET

Minneapolis

  • The median home sales price spiked to $220,000 in Minneapolis during June. (Minneapolis Area Association of Realtors) CLICK TO TWEET

New York City

  • The Big Apple’s S&P Home Price Index grew 1 point to 172.5 between February and May this year. (S&P/Case-Shiller) CLICK TO TWEET
  • Excluding distressed sales, New York had the second-highest home price appreciation in June. (CoreLogic) CLICK TO TWEET

Portland (Oregon)

  • The 2,600+ closings in Portland this June were 4.2% more than the year before. (RMLS) CLICK TO TWEET
  • The 2.8-month home supply average in June was the lowest in Portland since July 2013. (RMLS) CLICK TO TWEET
  • Portland’s average sales price in June was $32,000 higher than June 2013’s level. (RMLS) CLICK TO TWEET

San Diego

  • The median sales price for single-family homes grew 7% from Q2 2013 to Q2 2014. (National Association of Realtors) CLICK TO TWEET

San Francisco

  • San Fran experienced a 12-point rise in its Home Price Index from February to May. (S&P/Case-Shiller) CLICK TO TWEET

Seattle

Washington, D.C.

Check out more recent real estate data in our post First Half of 2014 Industry Update: 32 Stats That Signal an Improving Housing Market.

How do you predict the housing market will finish the year? Share your insights with us in the comments below.

CLICK TO TWEET THIS ARTICLE

Seemingly endless amounts of housing market statistics are released online daily. Sharing this data with prospective buyers and sellers is one of the best ways to keep in touch and showcase your expertise. Knowing how to find the most informative reports, studies, surveys, and polls to share, however, can be an arduous task.

If you’re looking for the inside scoop on how your particular housing market has performed in recent months — and how it’ll finish out the year — look no further. We’ve compiled real estate marketing statistics for the most prominent metro areas (in alphabetical order) that are expected to complete 2014 on a high note.

Feel free to share these stats on your real estate website and social media accounts to keep your leads informed and connected.

Atlanta

  • Metro Atlanta home sales reached a near-one-year high during June. (Atlanta Board of Realtors) CLICK TO TWEET
  • Improved hiring and economic growth are projected in Q3-Q4 in Atlanta. (PNC Atlanta Market Outlook) CLICK TO TWEET

Boston

  • An 8.5-point increase was recorded in Boston’s Home Price Index between February and May. (S&P/Case-Shiller) CLICK TO TWEET

Charlotte

  • The median closing price of Charlotte homes rose 36% in the three-year period ending in May. (Metrostudy) CLICK TO TWEET

Chicago

Dallas

  • An increase of more than 5 points was recorded in Dallas’ Home Price Index from February to May. (S&P/Case-Shiller) CLICK TO TWEET
  • Dallas was deemed one of the “fastest-moving” real estate markets in the nation this year. (ZipRealty) CLICK TO TWEET

Denver

  • The closed dollar volume for the metro Denver area in May was $1.7 billion. (Denver Metro Association of Realtors) CLICK TO TWEET

Houston

  • Condo sales in Houston increased 6% during the first five months of 2014. (Texas A&M University) CLICK TO TWEET
  • The average Houston condo only spent 55 days on the market during July. (Texas A&M University) CLICK TO TWEET

Los Angeles

  • L.A.’s media sales price increased $42,000 in the year ending in Q2 2014 to $420,000. (National Association of Realtors) CLICK TO TWEET
  • Home values grew in L.A. by 15% year-over-year in June, elevating to $540,000. (Zillow) CLICK TO TWEET
  • More than 7,000 homes came off the market in L.A. during July at a median sales price of $457,500. (DataQuick) CLICK TO TWEET

Miami

  • A near-$20,000 rise in Miami’s median sales price occurred during the year ending in Q2 2014. (National Association of Realtors) CLICK TO TWEET

Minneapolis

  • The median home sales price spiked to $220,000 in Minneapolis during June. (Minneapolis Area Association of Realtors) CLICK TO TWEET

New York City

  • The Big Apple’s S&P Home Price Index grew 1 point to 172.5 between February and May this year. (S&P/Case-Shiller) CLICK TO TWEET
  • Excluding distressed sales, New York had the second-highest home price appreciation in June. (CoreLogic) CLICK TO TWEET

Portland (Oregon)

  • The 2,600+ closings in Portland this June were 4.2% more than the year before. (RMLS) CLICK TO TWEET
  • The 2.8-month home supply average in June was the lowest in Portland since July 2013. (RMLS) CLICK TO TWEET
  • Portland’s average sales price in June was $32,000 higher than June 2013’s level. (RMLS) CLICK TO TWEET

San Diego

  • The median sales price for single-family homes grew 7% from Q2 2013 to Q2 2014. (National Association of Realtors) CLICK TO TWEET

San Francisco

  • San Fran experienced a 12-point rise in its Home Price Index from February to May. (S&P/Case-Shiller) CLICK TO TWEET

Seattle

Washington, D.C.

Check out more recent real estate data in our post First Half of 2014 Industry Update: 32 Stats That Signal an Improving Housing Market.

How do you predict the housing market will finish the year? Share your insights with us in the comments below.

CLICK TO TWEET THIS ARTICLE

Seemingly endless amounts of housing market statistics are released online daily. Sharing this data with prospective buyers and sellers is one of the best ways to keep in touch and showcase your expertise. Knowing how to find the most informative reports, studies, surveys, and polls to share, however, can be an arduous task.

If you’re looking for the inside scoop on how your particular housing market has performed in recent months — and how it’ll finish out the year — look no further. We’ve compiled real estate marketing statistics for the most prominent metro areas (in alphabetical order) that are expected to complete 2014 on a high note.

Feel free to share these stats on your real estate website and social media accounts to keep your leads informed and connected.

Atlanta

  • Metro Atlanta home sales reached a near-one-year high during June. (Atlanta Board of Realtors) CLICK TO TWEET
  • Improved hiring and economic growth are projected in Q3-Q4 in Atlanta. (PNC Atlanta Market Outlook) CLICK TO TWEET

Boston

  • An 8.5-point increase was recorded in Boston’s Home Price Index between February and May. (S&P/Case-Shiller) CLICK TO TWEET

Charlotte

  • The median closing price of Charlotte homes rose 36% in the three-year period ending in May. (Metrostudy) CLICK TO TWEET

Chicago

Dallas

  • An increase of more than 5 points was recorded in Dallas’ Home Price Index from February to May. (S&P/Case-Shiller) CLICK TO TWEET
  • Dallas was deemed one of the “fastest-moving” real estate markets in the nation this year. (ZipRealty) CLICK TO TWEET

Denver

  • The closed dollar volume for the metro Denver area in May was $1.7 billion. (Denver Metro Association of Realtors) CLICK TO TWEET

Houston

  • Condo sales in Houston increased 6% during the first five months of 2014. (Texas A&M University) CLICK TO TWEET
  • The average Houston condo only spent 55 days on the market during July. (Texas A&M University) CLICK TO TWEET

Los Angeles

  • L.A.’s media sales price increased $42,000 in the year ending in Q2 2014 to $420,000. (National Association of Realtors) CLICK TO TWEET
  • Home values grew in L.A. by 15% year-over-year in June, elevating to $540,000. (Zillow) CLICK TO TWEET
  • More than 7,000 homes came off the market in L.A. during July at a median sales price of $457,500. (DataQuick) CLICK TO TWEET

Miami

  • A near-$20,000 rise in Miami’s median sales price occurred during the year ending in Q2 2014. (National Association of Realtors) CLICK TO TWEET

Minneapolis

  • The median home sales price spiked to $220,000 in Minneapolis during June. (Minneapolis Area Association of Realtors) CLICK TO TWEET

New York City

  • The Big Apple’s S&P Home Price Index grew 1 point to 172.5 between February and May this year. (S&P/Case-Shiller) CLICK TO TWEET
  • Excluding distressed sales, New York had the second-highest home price appreciation in June. (CoreLogic) CLICK TO TWEET

Portland (Oregon)

  • The 2,600+ closings in Portland this June were 4.2% more than the year before. (RMLS) CLICK TO TWEET
  • The 2.8-month home supply average in June was the lowest in Portland since July 2013. (RMLS) CLICK TO TWEET
  • Portland’s average sales price in June was $32,000 higher than June 2013’s level. (RMLS) CLICK TO TWEET

San Diego

  • The median sales price for single-family homes grew 7% from Q2 2013 to Q2 2014. (National Association of Realtors) CLICK TO TWEET

San Francisco

  • San Fran experienced a 12-point rise in its Home Price Index from February to May. (S&P/Case-Shiller) CLICK TO TWEET

Seattle

Washington, D.C.

Check out more recent real estate data in our post First Half of 2014 Industry Update: 32 Stats That Signal an Improving Housing Market.

How do you predict the housing market will finish the year? Share your insights with us in the comments below.

CLICK TO TWEET THIS ARTICLE

Seemingly endless amounts of housing market statistics are released online daily. Sharing this data with prospective buyers and sellers is one of the best ways to keep in touch and showcase your expertise. Knowing how to find the most informative reports, studies, surveys, and polls to share, however, can be an arduous task.

If you’re looking for the inside scoop on how your particular housing market has performed in recent months — and how it’ll finish out the year — look no further. We’ve compiled real estate marketing statistics for the most prominent metro areas (in alphabetical order) that are expected to complete 2014 on a high note.

Feel free to share these stats on your real estate website and social media accounts to keep your leads informed and connected.

Atlanta

  • Metro Atlanta home sales reached a near-one-year high during June. (Atlanta Board of Realtors) CLICK TO TWEET
  • Improved hiring and economic growth are projected in Q3-Q4 in Atlanta. (PNC Atlanta Market Outlook) CLICK TO TWEET

Boston

  • An 8.5-point increase was recorded in Boston’s Home Price Index between February and May. (S&P/Case-Shiller) CLICK TO TWEET

Charlotte

  • The median closing price of Charlotte homes rose 36% in the three-year period ending in May. (Metrostudy) CLICK TO TWEET

Chicago

Dallas

  • An increase of more than 5 points was recorded in Dallas’ Home Price Index from February to May. (S&P/Case-Shiller) CLICK TO TWEET
  • Dallas was deemed one of the “fastest-moving” real estate markets in the nation this year. (ZipRealty) CLICK TO TWEET

Denver

  • The closed dollar volume for the metro Denver area in May was $1.7 billion. (Denver Metro Association of Realtors) CLICK TO TWEET

Houston

  • Condo sales in Houston increased 6% during the first five months of 2014. (Texas A&M University) CLICK TO TWEET
  • The average Houston condo only spent 55 days on the market during July. (Texas A&M University) CLICK TO TWEET

Los Angeles

  • L.A.’s media sales price increased $42,000 in the year ending in Q2 2014 to $420,000. (National Association of Realtors) CLICK TO TWEET
  • Home values grew in L.A. by 15% year-over-year in June, elevating to $540,000. (Zillow) CLICK TO TWEET
  • More than 7,000 homes came off the market in L.A. during July at a median sales price of $457,500. (DataQuick) CLICK TO TWEET

Miami

  • A near-$20,000 rise in Miami’s median sales price occurred during the year ending in Q2 2014. (National Association of Realtors) CLICK TO TWEET

Minneapolis

  • The median home sales price spiked to $220,000 in Minneapolis during June. (Minneapolis Area Association of Realtors) CLICK TO TWEET

New York City

  • The Big Apple’s S&P Home Price Index grew 1 point to 172.5 between February and May this year. (S&P/Case-Shiller) CLICK TO TWEET
  • Excluding distressed sales, New York had the second-highest home price appreciation in June. (CoreLogic) CLICK TO TWEET

Portland (Oregon)

  • The 2,600+ closings in Portland this June were 4.2% more than the year before. (RMLS) CLICK TO TWEET
  • The 2.8-month home supply average in June was the lowest in Portland since July 2013. (RMLS) CLICK TO TWEET
  • Portland’s average sales price in June was $32,000 higher than June 2013’s level. (RMLS) CLICK TO TWEET

San Diego

  • The median sales price for single-family homes grew 7% from Q2 2013 to Q2 2014. (National Association of Realtors) CLICK TO TWEET

San Francisco

  • San Fran experienced a 12-point rise in its Home Price Index from February to May. (S&P/Case-Shiller) CLICK TO TWEET

Seattle

Washington, D.C.

Check out more recent real estate data in our post First Half of 2014 Industry Update: 32 Stats That Signal an Improving Housing Market.

How do you predict the housing market will finish the year? Share your insights with us in the comments below.

CLICK TO TWEET THIS ARTICLE

Seemingly endless amounts of housing market statistics are released online daily. Sharing this data with prospective buyers and sellers is one of the best ways to keep in touch and showcase your expertise. Knowing how to find the most informative reports, studies, surveys, and polls to share, however, can be an arduous task.

If you’re looking for the inside scoop on how your particular housing market has performed in recent months — and how it’ll finish out the year — look no further. We’ve compiled real estate marketing statistics for the most prominent metro areas (in alphabetical order) that are expected to complete 2014 on a high note.

Feel free to share these stats on your real estate website and social media accounts to keep your leads informed and connected.

Atlanta

  • Metro Atlanta home sales reached a near-one-year high during June. (Atlanta Board of Realtors) CLICK TO TWEET
  • Improved hiring and economic growth are projected in Q3-Q4 in Atlanta. (PNC Atlanta Market Outlook) CLICK TO TWEET

Boston

  • An 8.5-point increase was recorded in Boston’s Home Price Index between February and May. (S&P/Case-Shiller) CLICK TO TWEET

Charlotte

  • The median closing price of Charlotte homes rose 36% in the three-year period ending in May. (Metrostudy) CLICK TO TWEET

Chicago

Dallas

  • An increase of more than 5 points was recorded in Dallas’ Home Price Index from February to May. (S&P/Case-Shiller) CLICK TO TWEET
  • Dallas was deemed one of the “fastest-moving” real estate markets in the nation this year. (ZipRealty) CLICK TO TWEET

Denver

  • The closed dollar volume for the metro Denver area in May was $1.7 billion. (Denver Metro Association of Realtors) CLICK TO TWEET

Houston

  • Condo sales in Houston increased 6% during the first five months of 2014. (Texas A&M University) CLICK TO TWEET
  • The average Houston condo only spent 55 days on the market during July. (Texas A&M University) CLICK TO TWEET

Los Angeles

  • L.A.’s media sales price increased $42,000 in the year ending in Q2 2014 to $420,000. (National Association of Realtors) CLICK TO TWEET
  • Home values grew in L.A. by 15% year-over-year in June, elevating to $540,000. (Zillow) CLICK TO TWEET
  • More than 7,000 homes came off the market in L.A. during July at a median sales price of $457,500. (DataQuick) CLICK TO TWEET

Miami

  • A near-$20,000 rise in Miami’s median sales price occurred during the year ending in Q2 2014. (National Association of Realtors) CLICK TO TWEET

Minneapolis

  • The median home sales price spiked to $220,000 in Minneapolis during June. (Minneapolis Area Association of Realtors) CLICK TO TWEET

New York City

  • The Big Apple’s S&P Home Price Index grew 1 point to 172.5 between February and May this year. (S&P/Case-Shiller) CLICK TO TWEET
  • Excluding distressed sales, New York had the second-highest home price appreciation in June. (CoreLogic) CLICK TO TWEET

Portland (Oregon)

  • The 2,600+ closings in Portland this June were 4.2% more than the year before. (RMLS) CLICK TO TWEET
  • The 2.8-month home supply average in June was the lowest in Portland since July 2013. (RMLS) CLICK TO TWEET
  • Portland’s average sales price in June was $32,000 higher than June 2013’s level. (RMLS) CLICK TO TWEET

San Diego

  • The median sales price for single-family homes grew 7% from Q2 2013 to Q2 2014. (National Association of Realtors) CLICK TO TWEET

San Francisco

  • San Fran experienced a 12-point rise in its Home Price Index from February to May. (S&P/Case-Shiller) CLICK TO TWEET

Seattle

Washington, D.C.

Check out more recent real estate data in our post First Half of 2014 Industry Update: 32 Stats That Signal an Improving Housing Market.

How do you predict the housing market will finish the year? Share your insights with us in the comments below.

CLICK TO TWEET THIS ARTICLE