Home Sales Surge in Florida as California Markets See Double-Digit Annual Declines in March

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Home sales and prices fell year over year in San Francisco, San Jose and Orange County as housing activity surged in metros with lower home prices and tax burdens

U.S. home-sale prices were essentially unchanged in March, ticking down by 0.1 percent from a year ago, to a median of $295,100 across the metros Redfin tracks. Although this barely registers as a decline, it’s the first year-over-year price decrease on record since February of 2012, when the median home sale price bottomed out at $171,600.

Year Over Year Home Price Growth Flattens Nationwide in March

Only nine of the 85 largest metro areas Redfin tracks saw a year-over-year decline in their median price, including a 13 percent drop in San Jose and a 1 percent dip in San Francisco. At the same time, these and other expensive West Coast markets, including Los Angeles, Orange County, and Seattle posted double-digit year-over-year declines in the number of homes sold while several large affordable markets on the East Coast saw big annual sales gains. As housing market activity shifted from more to less expensive places, the median price (which is the midpoint of all sales) shifted to reflect the homes that sold last month.

”Homebuyers have backed off in West Coast metros where home prices have risen far out of their budgets,” said Redfin chief economist Daryl Fairweather. “The opposite is happening in more affordable metros where buyers are eager to buy now to take advantage of low mortgage rates. In California, where the tax burden is high, some people are finding they have to move out of state to afford to buy a home. As a result, home sales are down in metros throughout the state.”

Much like the national home price chart, the headline number that sales increased 2 percent masks a lot of variation among metro areas. The number of homes sold actually fell in 37 of the 85 largest metro areas that Redfin tracks. Meanwhile, 24 metro areas saw double-digit increases in home sales compared to a year earlier.

Home Sales Increasing Year Over Year

What’s important is where home sales fell versus where home sales increased. Compare the median prices of the 10 metro areas that experienced the biggest increases in home sales compared to last year with the 10 that saw the biggest decreases in sales:

Biggest Gains in Home SalesBiggest Declines in Home Sales
RankMetro AreaYear-Over-Year SalesMedian PriceMetro AreaYear-Over-Year SalesMedian Price
1Camden, NJ56.2%$180,000Salt Lake City, UT-21.0%$320,000
2Baltimore, MD34.5%$255,000Los Angeles, CA-19.4%$620,000
3Allentown, PA24.9%$184,700Las Vegas, NV-18.8%$280,000
4Newark, NJ22.7%$328,900Orange County, CA-16.4%$700,000
5Memphis, TN20.2%$165,000Fresno, CA-16.0%$275,000
6Tampa, FL19.3%$225,000Oxnard, CA-15.6%$600,000
7Warren, MI18.7%$205,000Seattle, WA-15.0%$560,000
8New York, NY18.2%$383,625Riverside, CA-14.3%$370,000
9Pittsburgh, PA16.7%$162,000San Jose, CA-14.3%$1,115,000
10Greenville, SC15.7%$206,932San Francisco, CA-13.7%$1,400,000

*A previous version of this report listed Orlando, FL as 4th among metros with the biggest sales gains. While we look into a potential issue with our Orlando data, we’ve removed Orlando from this list and Greenville, SC, has been added to the end of the top 10 ranking. We’ve also removed Orlando data from the Price, Sales, Inventory and New Listings tables at the end of this post.

On average, the metro areas that saw the biggest declines in home sales were more than 2.5 times as expensive as the metro areas where sales surged. The cheapest of the 10 metro areas where sales declined (Fresno, $275,000) was still more expensive than eight of the top 10 metros where sales surged.

“Salt Lake City and Las Vegas experienced rapid home price growth in 2017 and 2018,” explained Fairweather. “Even though these metros are still affordable to Californians, home sales are likely down because it has become harder for locals to afford to buy homes.”

Market SummaryMarch 2019Month-Over-MonthYear-Over-Year
Median sale price$295,1002.6%-0.1%
Homes sold259,10039.1%2.0%
New listings353,40027.9%-2.8%
All Homes for sale800,4003.2%3.6%
Median days on market49-101
Months of supply3.1-1.10.1
Sold above list20.0%1.6%-4.5%
Median Off-Market Redfin Estimate$299,0000.3%6.2%
Average Sale-to-list97.9%0.3%-0.6%

The number of homes for sale at the end of the month was up 3.6 percent from a year earlier in March. The number of homes newly listed for sale fell 2.8 percent from March 2018.

Year Over Year Growth in Homes for Sale Dipped Again in March

Of the 85 largest metro areas Redfin tracks, 46 saw an increase in the number of homes for sale compared to a year earlier, with the largest gains coming yet again in San Jose (+104.3%) and Seattle (+82.9%). The metro areas with the biggest declines in homes for sale were Albuquerque (-36.4%) and New Orleans (-34.4%).

Home-selling speeds were largely unchanged from a year earlier nationally, increasing just one day to a median of 49 days on market. Again though, there was significant variation among metro areas, with 14 metro areas speeding up by 10 days or more from a year earlier and 15 metro areas slowing down by 10 days or more.

Many of the markets slowing down the most were clustered on the West Coast, such as Orange County (+18 days), San Diego (+16 days), Los Angeles, (+15 days), Portland, ORegon (+14 days), San Jose (+13 days) and Seattle (+12 days). On the flip side, the markets speeding up the most were mostly inexpensive metro areas on the East Coast or in the South or Midwest, such as New Orleans (-64 days), Knoxville, Tennessee (-48 days), Philadelphia (-29 days), Pittsburgh (-19 days), Atlanta (-16 days) and Indianapolis (-13 days).

In March, 20.0 percent of homes sold above the list price, down from 24.5 percent in March 2018. Meanwhile 22.5 percent of homes on the market in March had a price drop, up from March 2018’s share of 20.2 percent.

Other March Highlights


  • Denver was the fastest market, with half of all homes pending sale in just 15 days, up from 7 days a year earlier. Oakland, CA and San Francisco were the next fastest markets with 16 and 19 median days on market, followed by Washington, DC (19) and Seattle (19).
  • The most competitive market in March was San Francisco where 60.5% of homes sold above list price, followed by 52.3% in Oakland, CA, 49.5% in San Jose, CA, 40.0% in Tacoma, WA, and 35.4% in Minneapolis.


  • Camden, NJ had the nation’s highest price growth, rising 12.7% since last year to $180,000. Milwaukee had the second highest growth at 12.6% year-over-year price growth, followed by Dayton, OH (12.1%), Detroit (11.5%), and Long Island, NY (11.2%).
  • 9 metros saw price declines in March. San Jose, CA declined the most since last year falling 12.9 percent to $1,115,000.


  • Camden, NJ led the nation in year-over-year sales growth, up 56.2%, followed by Baltimore, up 34.5%. Allentown, PA rounded out the top three with sales up 24.9% from a year ago.
  • Salt Lake City saw the largest decline in sales since last year, falling 21.0%. Home sales in Los Angeles and Las Vegas declined by 19.4% and 18.8%, respectively.


  • San Jose, CA had the highest increase in the number of homes for sale, up 104% year over year, followed by Seattle (83%) and Salt Lake City (53%).
  • Albuquerque, NM had the largest decrease in overall inventory, falling 36.4% since last March. New Orleans (-34%), Rochester, NY (-27%), and Montgomery County, PA (-22%) also saw far fewer homes available on the market than a year ago.

Redfin Estimate

  • The median list price-to-Redfin Estimate ratio was 95.4% in San Francisco, the lowest of any market. Only 10.9% of homes in San Francisco were listed for more than their Redfin Estimate.
  • Conversely, the median list price-to-Redfin Estimate ratio was 102.3% in Miami and 102.1% in West Palm Beach, FL, which means sellers are listing their homes for more than the estimated value in those metro areas. In Miami, 82.0% of homes were listed above their Redfin Estimate, the highest percentage of any metro.

Below are market-by-market breakdowns for prices, inventory, new listings and sales for markets with populations of 750 thousand or more. For downloadable data on all of the markets Redfin tracks, visit the Redfin Data Center.

Median Sale Price

Redfin MetroMedian Sale PriceMonth-Over-MonthYear-Over-Year
Albany, NY$200,0001.0%2.4%
Allentown, PA$184,700-0.6%-2.8%
Atlanta, GA$242,1005.3%5.3%
Austin, TX$305,0003.4%1.7%
Bakersfield, CA$235,0001.8%5.1%
Baltimore, MD$255,0002.0%-0.8%
Baton Rouge, LA$198,5000.8%1.8%
Birmingham, AL$205,00010.8%6.4%
Boston, MA$472,0004.8%2.2%
Bridgeport, CT$363,30010.4%-0.5%
Buffalo, NY$146,0000.7%5.8%
Camden, NJ$180,0006.5%12.7%
Charlotte, NC$245,7004.6%3.7%
Chicago, IL$240,0004.3%0.4%
Cincinnati, OH$177,0004.1%5.4%
Cleveland, OH$145,0006.0%7.4%
Columbus, OH$200,8002.9%8.5%
Dallas, TX$295,0003.5%0.0%
Dayton, OH$129,9006.5%12.1%
Denver, CO$408,6002.2%1.4%
Detroit, MI$128,2008.2%11.5%
El Paso, TX$158,000-3.1%3.2%
Fort Lauderdale, FL$265,0002.3%6.0%
Fort Worth, TX$245,0004.3%5.4%
Fresno, CA$275,0005.8%5.8%
Grand Rapids, MI$196,1001.7%4.6%
Greenville, SC$206,9003.5%3.5%
Hampton Roads, VA$220,0000.0%-2.2%
Hartford, CT$205,0006.0%-2.3%
Honolulu, HI$585,0007.3%4.8%
Houston, TX$240,0003.4%2.6%
Indianapolis, IN$180,5006.2%4.2%
Jacksonville, FL$229,9004.7%2.2%
Kansas City, MO$215,0007.5%4.8%
Knoxville, TN$195,0003.9%2.6%
Las Vegas, NV$280,0001.8%5.7%
Long Island, NY$450,0005.9%11.2%
Los Angeles, CA$620,0002.9%3.3%
Louisville, KY$179,900-4.1%3.1%
McAllen, TX$153,8002.5%9.0%
Memphis, TN$165,0000.6%-0.9%
Miami, FL$300,0003.4%1.7%
Milwaukee, WI$210,00012.9%12.6%
Minneapolis, MN$275,0005.8%7.4%
Montgomery County, PA$305,00010.7%5.5%
Nashville, TN$288,0002.9%2.9%
New Haven, CT$199,9002.3%8.1%
New Orleans, LA$210,0002.4%5.0%
New York, NY$383,6001.6%3.7%
Newark, NJ$328,9001.2%6.1%
Oakland, CA$735,0005.0%2.1%
Oklahoma City, OK$178,0001.7%7.9%
Omaha, NE$202,0005.5%10.4%
Orange County, CA$700,0003.1%-1.4%
Oxnard, CA$600,0004.5%3.5%
Philadelphia, PA$200,00011.1%6.7%
Phoenix, AZ$270,0001.0%5.3%
Pittsburgh, PA$162,0007.3%1.2%
Portland, OR$392,0000.5%1.8%
Providence, RI$267,5004.9%4.9%
Raleigh, NC$285,000-0.5%1.8%
Richmond, VA$250,0009.2%4.7%
Riverside, CA$370,0001.1%4.2%
Rochester, NY$137,5006.0%5.9%
Sacramento, CA$395,0001.9%1.3%
Salt Lake City, UT$320,0000.3%2.6%
San Antonio, TX$223,8002.9%4.1%
San Diego, CA$565,0000.9%0.9%
San Francisco, CA$1,400,0009.4%-1.2%
San Jose, CA$1,115,0006.2%-12.9%
Seattle, WA$560,0002.7%0.0%
St. Louis, MO$176,0007.0%5.1%
Tacoma, WA$365,0001.7%4.3%
Tampa, FL$225,0000.0%2.7%
Tucson, AZ$219,0001.5%6.8%
Tulsa, OK$165,0005.1%3.1%
Warren, MI$205,0009.7%5.1%
Washington, DC$390,0002.6%0.0%
West Palm Beach, FL$272,5000.2%0.0%
Worcester, MA$250,0003.1%4.2%
National $295,100 2.6% -0.1%

Homes Sold

Redfin MetroHomes SoldMonth-Over-MonthYear-Over-Year
Albany, NY68726.1%-3.5%
Allentown, PA85448.3%24.9%
Atlanta, GA9,58239.3%0.0%
Austin, TX2,80322.1%-5.5%
Bakersfield, CA69835.3%-8.4%
Baltimore, MD4,16171.8%34.5%
Baton Rouge, LA91333.1%2.5%
Birmingham, AL1,52644.9%6.9%
Boston, MA3,16431.6%0.2%
Bridgeport, CT80533.5%5.1%
Buffalo, NY70213.2%-3.7%
Camden, NJ2,12951.7%56.2%
Charlotte, NC3,48037.6%0.2%
Chicago, IL8,01344.6%-2.7%
Cincinnati, OH2,00934.2%-1.3%
Cleveland, OH2,11533.5%-8.4%
Columbus, OH2,59066.8%10.9%
Dallas, TX5,35131.2%-5.5%
Dayton, OH1,02762.0%13.2%
Denver, CO4,80550.8%10.7%
Detroit, MI1,70411.4%10.1%
El Paso, TX69129.9%3.9%
Fort Lauderdale, FL3,28666.4%1.2%
Fort Worth, TX2,91328.7%0.4%
Fresno, CA69542.7%-16.0%
Grand Rapids, MI1,23139.6%8.2%
Greenville, SC1,19242.1%15.7%
Hampton Roads, VA2,25345.4%11.2%
Hartford, CT1,03740.5%7.2%
Honolulu, HI74843.8%-6.1%
Houston, TX7,18132.1%-0.2%
Indianapolis, IN2,57535.5%-5.4%
Jacksonville, FL2,63046.1%14.0%
Kansas City, MO2,46031.9%-12.9%
Knoxville, TN1,17340.6%6.8%
Las Vegas, NV3,24329.4%-18.8%
Long Island, NY2,3491.2%-5.7%
Los Angeles, CA5,17036.8%-19.4%
Louisville, KY1,36251.2%9.4%
McAllen, TX2463.8%-8.6%
Memphis, TN1,22845.0%20.2%
Miami, FL3,08763.3%14.5%
Milwaukee, WI1,53647.6%5.9%
Minneapolis, MN4,41547.7%15.6%
Montgomery County, PA2,01146.7%14.7%
Nashville, TN3,37745.4%10.8%
New Haven, CT73333.8%7.5%
New Orleans, LA1,21427.7%14.5%
New York, NY7,31730.8%18.2%
Newark, NJ2,29734.1%22.7%
Oakland, CA2,00241.5%-12.8%
Oklahoma City, OK1,98656.7%14.1%
Omaha, NE88112.4%-6.1%
Orange County, CA2,18742.8%-16.4%
Oxnard, CA60824.1%-15.6%
Philadelphia, PA1,91841.8%6.5%
Phoenix, AZ8,09330.4%-13.7%
Pittsburgh, PA2,14361.6%16.7%
Portland, OR2,82022.7%-9.3%
Providence, RI1,41531.0%-1.9%
Raleigh, NC2,27833.1%6.7%
Richmond, VA1,61853.8%4.1%
Riverside, CA4,37832.1%-14.3%
Rochester, NY72114.3%-9.1%
Sacramento, CA2,33530.7%-11.1%
Salt Lake City, UT1,32518.0%-21.0%
San Antonio, TX2,54427.3%-2.7%
San Diego, CA2,72228.0%-8.1%
San Francisco, CA87946.5%-13.7%
San Jose, CA1,13451.8%-14.3%
Seattle, WA3,19116.5%-15.0%
St. Louis, MO3,01728.5%-6.2%
Tacoma, WA1,19825.1%-12.6%
Tampa, FL6,40960.3%19.3%
Tucson, AZ1,53536.8%-5.1%
Tulsa, OK1,17860.5%11.1%
Warren, MI3,47657.1%18.7%
Washington, DC7,81551.0%9.9%
West Palm Beach, FL3,17967.2%1.1%
Worcester, MA74412.9%-0.3%
National 259,100 39.1% 2.0%

New Listings

Redfin MetroNew ListingsMonth-Over-MonthYear-Over-Year
Albany, NY98449.5%2.6%
Albuquerque, NM1,04225.4%-32.2%
Allentown, PA1,08431.9%4.8%
Atlanta, GA12,04726.5%6.1%
Austin, TX4,05332.7%-3.8%
Bakersfield, CA1,00620.9%-6.0%
Baltimore, MD5,17645.5%-4.6%
Baton Rouge, LA1,19614.8%-6.6%
Birmingham, AL1,78528.9%-3.0%
Boston, MA5,77751.5%11.6%
Bridgeport, CT1,78435.3%5.0%
Buffalo, NY1,08351.5%-2.7%
Camden, NJ2,44231.1%2.1%
Charlotte, NC4,63028.1%-8.5%
Chicago, IL15,67531.9%-2.4%
Cincinnati, OH2,47622.3%-9.8%
Cleveland, OH3,20232.4%1.2%
Columbus, OH2,89941.0%-7.4%
Dallas, TX8,23527.3%3.7%
Dayton, OH1,14235.0%-11.1%
Denver, CO5,49422.3%-5.9%
Detroit, MI2,13224.7%-6.6%
El Paso, TX9148.7%15.3%
Fort Lauderdale, FL4,3255.7%-2.7%
Fort Worth, TX3,84715.9%-1.5%
Fresno, CA95426.5%-7.4%
Grand Rapids, MI1,38137.5%-9.3%
Greenville, SC1,42829.8%-6.1%
Hampton Roads, VA2,71122.4%-9.8%
Hartford, CT1,78550.5%0.6%
Honolulu, HI1,03415.5%1.0%
Houston, TX11,08226.0%-1.3%
Indianapolis, IN3,06640.4%-7.1%
Jacksonville, FL3,18815.4%-2.6%
Kansas City, MO3,58253.3%-14.7%
Knoxville, TN1,53531.5%35.0%
Las Vegas, NV4,80427.2%9.8%
Long Island, NY4,00336.9%11.2%
Los Angeles, CA7,51221.4%-5.9%
Louisville, KY1,64148.9%-3.7%
McAllen, TX4755.3%-6.9%
Memphis, TN1,43228.5%-3.6%
Miami, FL4,262-0.3%-5.5%
Milwaukee, WI1,84749.9%-9.7%
Minneapolis, MN5,51541.5%-11.7%
Montgomery County, PA3,07844.7%4.3%
Nashville, TN4,18326.5%-6.2%
New Haven, CT1,28738.5%2.1%
New Orleans, LA1,55120.3%2.5%
New York, NY13,69425.7%4.0%
Newark, NJ3,96128.9%11.0%
Oakland, CA2,97425.2%2.6%
Oklahoma City, OK2,25629.1%-6.9%
Omaha, NE1,11739.8%-25.8%
Orange County, CA3,49726.7%2.3%
Oxnard, CA93029.9%-6.4%
Philadelphia, PA3,15328.3%3.4%
Phoenix, AZ10,03216.0%-5.0%
Pittsburgh, PA2,69343.7%1.5%
Portland, OR3,95941.2%2.1%
Providence, RI2,09935.8%5.6%
Richmond, VA2,05132.2%-6.9%
Riverside, CA6,05520.8%-7.0%
Rochester, NY1,13234.4%-9.4%
Sacramento, CA3,09227.4%-10.4%
Salt Lake City, UT1,73326.6%-18.3%
San Antonio, TX3,68224.3%-0.2%
San Diego, CA3,75423.4%-10.3%
San Francisco, CA1,19024.1%-4.0%
San Jose, CA1,57614.1%0.2%
Seattle, WA5,24675.8%1.3%
St. Louis, MO4,34234.6%-7.5%
Tacoma, WA1,50654.6%-11.4%
Tampa, FL6,69711.8%-4.4%
Tucson, AZ1,83716.3%-2.6%
Tulsa, OK1,25514.4%-9.9%
Warren, MI4,07853.3%-4.0%
Washington, DC10,81949.6%-9.3%
West Palm Beach, FL3,9770.1%-5.0%
Worcester, MA1,15549.4%-3.4%
National 353,400 27.9% -2.8%

All Homes for Sale

Redfin MetroAll Homes for SaleMonth-Over-MonthYear-Over-Year
Albany, NY2,425-4.5%6.1%
Albuquerque, NM2,507-8.6%-36.4%
Allentown, PA3,07023.7%38.7%
Atlanta, GA22,119-1.9%-13.7%
Austin, TX6,6501.7%-1.3%
Bakersfield, CA1,775-7.0%-10.0%
Baltimore, MD9,1379.3%-2.1%
Baton Rouge, LA4,54115.4%30.6%
Birmingham, AL4,4295.6%-10.4%
Boston, MA7,0536.3%25.9%
Bridgeport, CT5,44310.2%-3.5%
Buffalo, NY1,546-2.6%-3.0%
Camden, NJ5,8514.2%-19.2%
Charlotte, NC10,6545.8%2.6%
Chicago, IL38,43610.4%4.4%
Cincinnati, OH6,3426.5%-3.6%
Cleveland, OH7,1581.4%-5.7%
Columbus, OH5,3418.6%1.6%
Dallas, TX16,009-2.2%15.1%
Dayton, OH2,182-0.5%-17.4%
Denver, CO6,1901.7%25.4%
Detroit, MI4,197-7.7%10.9%
El Paso, TX2,419-3.4%-14.1%
Fort Lauderdale, FL15,5851.9%15.0%
Fort Worth, TX6,395-7.7%5.1%
Fresno, CA1,621-2.4%9.2%
Grand Rapids, MI1,963-1.1%13.9%
Greenville, SC3,9656.4%8.8%
Hampton Roads, VA6,040-1.4%-13.3%
Hartford, CT4,5858.0%-10.6%
Honolulu, HI3,8154.3%23.3%
Houston, TX26,0770.9%10.2%
Indianapolis, IN4,277-7.0%-16.4%
Jacksonville, FL7,7290.9%8.1%
Knoxville, TN4,22513.5%16.6%
Las Vegas, NV11,0282.3%23.2%
Long Island, NY10,3636.3%9.6%
Los Angeles, CA17,055-2.0%15.4%
Louisville, KY2,8103.5%7.2%
McAllen, TX1,931-4.2%1.6%
Memphis, TN2,6985.3%-4.7%
Miami, FL19,066-3.2%4.8%
Milwaukee, WI4,0788.3%-8.5%
Minneapolis, MN8,0546.1%-3.1%
Montgomery County, PA5,42515.5%-21.5%
Nashville, TN10,6553.7%17.3%
New Haven, CT3,4289.0%-9.0%
New Orleans, LA4,0080.9%-34.4%
New York, NY48,6086.2%1.6%
Newark, NJ9,7748.8%6.4%
Oakland, CA3,2245.4%49.7%
Oklahoma City, OK4,552-0.4%-12.3%
Omaha, NE1,404-7.2%-11.0%
Orange County, CA8,0161.9%20.7%
Oxnard, CA2,2164.7%50.3%
Philadelphia, PA6,13810.2%-10.7%
Phoenix, AZ21,204-4.0%3.7%
Pittsburgh, PA8,0203.5%-9.5%
Portland, OR6,0613.5%30.1%
Providence, RI4,6673.0%6.8%
Raleigh, NC5,9510.6%-6.7%
Richmond, VA2,807-1.5%-4.9%
Riverside, CA15,604-3.9%3.4%
Rochester, NY1,314-2.2%-26.6%
Sacramento, CA4,258-0.8%6.2%
Salt Lake City, UT4,28616.7%52.9%
San Antonio, TX7,989-3.7%-1.3%
San Diego, CA6,419-3.8%11.3%
San Francisco, CA1,370-3.0%23.8%
San Jose, CA1,9880.4%104.3%
Seattle, WA5,5887.9%82.9%
St. Louis, MO10,71928.3%-0.5%
Tacoma, WA1,476-5.7%-2.6%
Tampa, FL13,770-7.0%5.9%
Tucson, AZ4,521-3.8%-4.5%
Tulsa, OK3,96622.7%15.4%
Warren, MI6,435-0.2%14.5%
Washington, DC14,30719.5%-5.6%
West Palm Beach, FL15,835-0.9%5.3%
Worcester, MA1,795-1.6%-10.1%
National 800,400 3.2% 3.6%

Median Off-Market Redfin Estimate

Redfin MetroEstimateMonth-Over-MonthYear-Over-Year
Albany, NY$213,5000.0%3.0%
Allentown, PA$208,2000.0%5.9%
Atlanta, GA$220,0000.4%10.2%
Austin, TX$301,6000.4%4.1%
Bakersfield, CA$215,2000.1%6.4%
Baltimore, MD$252,000-0.1%2.9%
Baton Rouge, LA$151,8000.3%2.7%
Birmingham, AL$148,5000.3%5.0%
Boston, MA$490,8000.5%4.8%
Buffalo, NY$155,9000.1%5.8%
Camden, NJ$192,6000.2%3.6%
Charlotte, NC$206,7000.4%8.5%
Chicago, IL$241,6000.0%5.5%
Cincinnati, OH$168,6000.6%6.1%
Cleveland, OH$138,2000.1%6.2%
Columbus, OH$191,3000.6%7.6%
Dallas, TX$256,9000.2%4.9%
Dayton, OH$116,8000.3%4.0%
Denver, CO$411,2000.2%5.0%
Detroit, MI$107,2000.9%17.9%
Fort Lauderdale, FL$267,4000.6%7.1%
Fort Worth, TX$214,3000.3%7.6%
Fresno, CA$254,1000.1%6.2%
Grand Rapids, MI$160,9000.5%7.9%
Greenville, SC$170,5000.7%7.8%
Hampton Roads, VA$224,5000.4%3.5%
Honolulu, HI$687,400-0.2%2.5%
Houston, TX$208,2000.1%5.3%
Indianapolis, IN$160,4000.4%8.0%
Jacksonville, FL$219,3000.5%8.4%
Kansas City, MO$186,4000.3%6.5%
Knoxville, TN$150,700-0.1%7.1%
Las Vegas, NV$274,7000.3%10.3%
Long Island, NY$444,2000.0%4.8%
Los Angeles, CA$628,3000.0%5.5%
Louisville, KY$151,6000.4%5.2%
Memphis, TN$136,4000.0%5.1%
Miami, FL$298,3000.1%5.5%
Milwaukee, WI$208,6000.1%6.4%
Minneapolis, MN$257,8000.1%5.8%
Montgomery County, PA$315,7000.1%2.7%
Nashville, TN$250,0000.4%7.4%
New Orleans, LA$169,400-0.1%4.6%
Newark, NJ$371,800-0.3%14.3%
Oakland, CA$759,1000.3%3.5%
Oklahoma City, OK$142,3000.3%4.9%
Omaha, NE$170,4000.5%6.2%
Orange County, CA$705,200-0.5%2.0%
Oxnard, CA$599,600-0.1%3.0%
Philadelphia, PA$195,500-0.5%1.8%
Phoenix, AZ$270,3000.4%7.2%
Pittsburgh, PA$143,600-0.3%6.4%
Portland, OR$391,2000.2%3.2%
Providence, RI$294,9000.0%4.9%
Raleigh, NC$266,4003.2%6.6%
Richmond, VA$223,6000.3%5.4%
Riverside, CA$365,1000.2%5.0%
Rochester, NY$144,0000.3%6.0%
Sacramento, CA$400,2000.1%4.0%
Salt Lake City, UT$327,8000.6%8.6%
San Antonio, TX$193,5000.4%6.0%
San Diego, CA$588,8000.0%3.2%
San Francisco, CA$1,324,2000.1%3.4%
San Jose, CA$1,195,000-0.5%0.7%
Seattle, WA$554,9000.0%3.4%
St. Louis, MO$156,0000.4%5.6%
Tacoma, WA$347,5000.6%7.3%
Tampa, FL$219,5000.2%6.4%
Tucson, AZ$209,3000.4%7.4%
Tulsa, OK$139,0000.3%4.1%
Warren, MI$210,6000.1%6.1%
Washington, DC$386,7000.0%3.0%
West Palm Beach, FL$265,7000.2%3.5%
Worcester, MA$285,5000.6%5.4%
National $299,000 0.3% 6.2%
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Senior Data Journalist / Real Estate Analyst

Tim Ellis has been analyzing the real estate market since 2005, and worked at Redfin as a housing market analyst from 2010 through 2013 and again starting in 2018. In his free time, he runs the independently-operated Seattle-area real estate website Seattle Bubble, and produces the "Dispatches from the Multiverse" improvised comedy sci-fi podcast.

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