Regional and Local Data Archive

Metro and State Employment Conditions – July 2014

Red-hot job market conditions exist in North Dakota, Texas, Utah, Nevada, and Delaware. Job growth rates in these states are running roughly twice as fast as the national average. At the other end of the spectrum, Alaska, New Mexico,...

FHFA, S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Measures: A Regional Look

Earlier this week, we looked at the FHFA and Case-Shiller release focusing on national data trends.  Today, we’ll dig a bit deeper to look at more local data at the regional, state, and city or MSA level. FHFA releases...

Local Market Reports: Job Creation

Despite a soft patch in the fall of 2013, job creation reversed course and pressed upward this spring and summer.  Of the more than 170 markets currently tracked by NAR Research, 85% had a stronger level of employment in...

Prices Ease to Stable Growth

Median price growth improved in 122 of 173 markets in the 2nd quarter of 2014.  Salem, Oregon surged 24.9% on a year-over-year basis followed by Eugene.  With the exception of Lansing and Charlotte, markets in the California, Nevada, and...

State and Metro Employment Conditions in May

Nearly 80 percent of the 372 metropolitan areas now have more jobs than one year ago according to the latest government statistics.  Job growth has been especially strong in Dallas-Ft. Worth region, Austin, Orlando, and San Jose – all...