2.5 : Residential Construction and Housing Market




2.5.10 Home Price Index (HPI), All-Transactions, by Census Region (1)(2)
New Mid. S. E-S W-S E-N W-N United
Eng. Atl. Atl. Centrl Centrl Centrl Centrl MT Pacific States
1975 63.1 71.8 68.5 68.8 56.0 63.5 62.1 56.5 46.2 61.3
1976 69.2 73.9 71.5 71.7 62.8 68.7 68.1 61.6 54.7 66.6
1977 73.1 78.0 76.0 79.8 69.0 76.8 77.0 70.8 68.4 74.3
1978 86.3 82.7 85.6 90.7 81.6 89.5 88.4 83.9 80.1 85.3
1979 97.9 94.4 94.6 99.3 95.4 99.0 98.7 96.7 93.9 96.4
1980 106.6 106.4 104.1 103.9 104.0 102.3 104.0 105.3 105.8 104.4
1981 114.8 109.9 109.7 109.2 113.9 104.7 101.5 113.8 112.2 109.3
1982 119.6 114.5 113.8 107.9 120.7 100.3 103.2 115.7 113.7 111.0
1983 133.8 123.9 120.4 113.8 124.3 104.2 109.5 118.9 115.8 116.5
1984 155.9 139.0 124.9 116.9 125.0 106.1 114.4 121.7 119.4 121.7
1985 184.0 157.4 131.0 124.0 124.1 110.6 117.4 124.0 125.2 128.3
1986 223.2 182.6 138.9 130.1 124.1 117.9 122.1 127.3 132.0 136.9
1987 265.1 215.5 147.2 136.3 115.3 127.5 126.4 124.9 143.1 145.6
1988 281.1 234.3 156.0 139.3 111.0 136.1 129.0 124.3 162.6 153.3
1989 284.4 239.6 163.3 143.2 113.5 144.5 132.5 127.1 194.2 162.1
1990 269.7 237.5 165.9 144.6 114.1 150.6 135.0 130.5 212.5 166.0
1991 256.3 235.9 167.3 147.4 116.4 156.0 138.0 134.5 213.9 168.1
1992 255.6 242.0 173.3 154.0 121.4 162.8 143.3 142.9 215.6 173.7
1993 255.5 245.0 176.9 159.6 125.7 168.7 148.6 153.0 212.0 177.8
1994 250.4 241.5 179.7 167.2 129.6 178.1 157.6 167.8 207.5 182.2
1995 257.0 244.9 185.8 176.0 133.8 187.3 164.8 178.9 210.0 188.7
1996 259.1 245.5 190.3 183.1 137.0 196.4 171.8 186.1 209.3 193.3
1997 269.5 251.0 197.4 191.0 141.2 206.2 179.6 194.3 218.2 201.0
1998 285.9 261.5 206.8 200.6 148.4 215.8 188.5 203.2 235.5 211.5
1999 309.6 274.7 215.7 206.9 155.5 225.4 199.0 211.7 250.2 222.0
2000 344.4 294.8 228.2 213.6 163.1 237.6 211.0 223.2 276.1 236.4
2001 382.1 320.0 246.4 224.4 172.9 251.1 225.3 238.4 306.1 254.2
2002 425.0 351.1 264.5 231.9 179.7 262.0 237.7 249.9 335.8 270.9
2003 459.9 378.9 280.7 239.6 185.3 271.1 248.1 260.1 365.9 285.8
2004 525.9 433.9 315.0 250.0 192.1 287.1 265.7 290.2 451.4 316.9
2005 577.0 488.3 364.0 266.8 202.9 302.0 282.1 338.4 537.2 351.9
2006 585.3 517.3 395.6 283.5 215.6 304.4 289.3 374.4 590.5 373.1
2007 575.8 521.2 397.9 294.3 225.4 302.0 292.6 379.6 568.3 374.8
2008 548.6 504.6 366.9 294.5 228.4 290.3 287.4 345.7 474.0 353.1
2009 525.8 486.3 343.8 292.0 229.1 279.4 282.7 316.2 430.3 337.1
2010 524.3 484.9 332.4 289.5 229.1 276.3 282.5 300.8 427.8 332.3
2011 512.0 469.0 313.2 282.6 225.6 267.1 275.7 277.1 405.6 319.0
Note(s): (1) The HPI is a broad measure of the movement of single-family house prices. It serves as a timely, accurate indicator of house price trends at various geographic levels (Federal Housing Finance Agency, "Frequently Asked Questions"). The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) calculated quarterly HPI for each census division using sales prices and appraisal data that were not seasonally adjusted; DOE estimated the average annual HPI for each census region using publicly-available data from FHFA. (2) Third quarter HPI values are listed.









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