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State-Level Data

REALTORS® Affordability Distribution Curve and Score (RADCS)

This metric measures housing affordability at different income percentiles for all active inventory on the market. For each state and the 100 largest metropolitan areas, REALTORS® Affordability Distribution Curve shows how many houses are affordable to households ranked by income while REALTORS® Affordability Distribution Score is the measure, which is intended to represent affordability for all different income levels in a single measure.

State-by-State Economic Impact of Real Estate Activity

These reports outline the total economic impact of real estate related industries on the state economy, as well as the expenditures that result from a single home sale, including aspects like home construction costs, real estate brokerage, mortgage lending, and title insurance.

State Economic Data for Engaging in International Real Estate

These reports contain information on population demographics, employment, household income, educational attainment, immigration and naturalization trends, non-immigrant foreign visitors to the state, top export and import trade partners, and employment in U.S. affiliates of foreign companies.

State Employment Monitor

Employment and income are key drivers of housing demand. This report tracks employment and wage trends and how these trends affect the real estate market and housing demand.

Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA)-Level Data

Home Buyers by Metropolitan Statistical Area

NAR created the profile of homebuyers for each metropolitan area. The following reports cover information on demographics and housing characteristics of the purchased homes. These reports respond to who was the typical homebuyer and what homes they typically buy in each of these metropolitan areas. The information provided helps to gain insight into trends of homeownership at the local level.

Home Sellers by Metropolitan Statistical Area

NAR created the profile of home sellers for each metropolitan area. The following reports cover information on demographics and housing characteristics of those who have owned their homes for 9 years (potential sellers). The information provided helps to gain insight into the trends of homeownership at the local level.

Housing Shortage Tracker

This measure computes how many new permits are issued for every new job for 178 metro areas.

Local Market Reports

These reports provide insights into the fundamentals and direction of the nation’s largest metro areas. Each report evaluates a number of factors affecting home prices, including the health of the local job market, foreclosure rates, housing inventory, debt-to-income, and mortgage-servicing-costs-to-income ratios.

REALTORS® Affordability Distribution Curve and Score (RADCS)

This metric measures housing affordability at different income percentiles for all active inventory on the market. For each state and the 100 largest metropolitan areas, REALTORS® Affordability Distribution Curve shows how many houses are affordable to households ranked by income while REALTORS® Affordability Distribution Score is the measure, which is intended to represent affordability for all different income levels in a single measure.

County-Level Data

County Median Home Prices and Monthly Mortgage Payment

We calculate the median home values for 3,119 counties and county-equivalents in the United States applying the House Price Index growth from FHFA to the latest housing data from the ACS.

Advocacy

Addressing Your Community’s Housing Supply & Affordability Needs

We raise awareness about underproduction and provide a list of solutions to consider in addressing local housing supply shortage.

Congressional District Maps

This report presents 116th congressional district- and state-level data about homeownership and the housing market that REALTORS® can use to advocate for sustainable and affordable homeownership.

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Coronavirus

The latest from NAR about about COVID-19 (coronavirus), its impact on the real estate industry and events, and federal programs affecting REALTORS®.