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HPI MSAs: Second Quarter 2019

   

Access the tables below to download content on the fastest and slowest growing metropolitan areas or read the latest statement on the House Price Index.

 HPI MSAs Top 10 Bottom 10 infographic

Top and Bottom MSAs in the U.S.*



Top MSAs  Fact Sheet News Release

​Top-Combined

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Boise City, ID

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​Grand Rapids, MI

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San Antonio, TX​

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​Austin, TX

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​Colorado Springs, CO

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​Akron, OH

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​Jacksonville, FL

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​Knoxville, TN

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​Gary, IN

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El Paso, TX

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Bottom MSAs  Fact Sheet News Release

​Bottom-Combined

[PDF]

​N/A

New York, NY-NJ

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Honolulu, HI

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Baton Rouge, LA

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​Cape Coral, FL

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​North Port, FL

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​Elgin, IL

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​Baltimore, MD

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​Wilmington, DE-MD-NJ

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​Seattle, WA

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Oxnard, CA

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*As of August 27, 2019.  

 

Key Findings of the Quarterly HPI


"House prices in the second quarter increased by 5 percent compared to a year earlier, contributing another quarter of growth to an eight-year run. Prices increased in all states and among the top 100 metro areas. The pace of home price increase, however, has continued its deceleration for the fifth consecutive quarter. The pace of home sales has also slowed over the last two years in response to market conditions, including affordability constraints and tight inventories. As of July, inventories of homes for sale are currently below both 2017 and 2018 levels..."

Download the full statement​.

  

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Lynn Fisher, FHFA's Senior Advisor for Economics

 

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