State By State Housing Market Infographic

Real Estate is local and prices differ from market to market. Wouldn’t it be great if you could see home prices and data across markets in one place on a handy dandy map? Yeah, that’d be nice so we thought we’d create one. Click on the map below to launch an interactive infographic to check […]

Real Estate is local and prices differ from market to market. Wouldn’t it be great if you could see home prices and data across markets in one place on a handy dandy map? Yeah, that’d be nice so we thought we’d create one.

Click on the map below to launch an interactive infographic to check out your state to see the NAR data for metro areas.

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    February 7, 2011

    […] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Coldwell Banker, Coldwell Banker NE, John Sides, Real Estate, Carrie and others. Carrie said: RT @coldwellbnkr: State By State Housing Market Infographic http://bit.ly/hekzLq (interactive map shows local #realestate market data) # … […]

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  2. Robert
    February 7, 2011

    Isn't the label "Homes Sold per Capita" really a misnomer? The data really appears to be the number of persons in the state for each home sold…

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    • Coldwell Banker
      February 7, 2011

      @Robert – thanks for pointing that out and you are correct. We were more loosely referring to the comparison of population to homes sold when labeling the tab. Based on the actual definition of Per Capita, you are correct. Per capita would be the number of homes sold divided by the population. What we included is the population divided by the number of homes sold. We are updating the tab label and view sources window to say ‘People Per Homes Sold.’

      Sorry for the confusion.

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  3. Jillian Hugo
    February 7, 2011

    Can you add La Crosse, WI? This would be fun to share, but doesn't show our market. Thanks!

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    • Coldwell Banker
      February 8, 2011

      @Jillian – the data is from NAR so we only have what they published. Sorry.

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  4. Matt Carter
    February 9, 2011

    Very cool infographic, but the numbers are a little old. Home prices slipped quite a bit in the final three months of the year. NAR will release Q4 numbers on Thursday, Feb. 10.
    http://www.realtor.org/research/research/metropri

    "People per homes sold" is an interesting yardstick. I guess that's a way to put sales activity in context and compare different markets? You probably would not want to use this to compare an urban area with more renters to a suburban area with a higher rate of home ownership.

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  7. John | Virtual Tour
    July 12, 2011

    Great infographic, who did you have design it?

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    • Coldwell Banker
      July 12, 2011

      Our agency that helps with our SEO and content efforts, AMP, actually designed it.

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  8. Nsxgod
    November 14, 2011

    We are in the 3rd quarter of 2011, not the 3rd quarter of 2010. The NAR
    can’t be so out of step that it lags by a full year – that makes this map so
    yesterday – especially when everyone else is at worst, just 1 quarter
    behind:

    http://www.macon.com/2011/11/09/1778560/median-home-prices-fall-for-3q.html

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    • Coldwell Banker
      November 14, 2011

      This post is from February of this so it’s understandable that reading it now would feel out of date.

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      • Nsxgod
        November 14, 2011

        My mistake from seeing it on the sidebar link from the Baby Boomer Article and being distracted by the pictures – I would not have thought “relevant content” would be that old.. oops

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  9. sathya
    June 2, 2012

    Well its good.. This map describes specifically about the NAR data for metro city.. This is what i wanted actually. Thanks for upload this information.

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  10. Maxine
    July 24, 2012

    This is according to the year 2009?   Need an update

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  11. Ken
    August 4, 2012

    yes, need update

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