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16.08.2019 14:00:00

U.S. Home Value Growth Strong, but Slowing

SEATTLE, Aug. 16, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- U.S. home value growth continues to slow, according to the July Zillow® Real Estate Market Reporti. The rate of annual home value appreciation decreased for the seventh straight month in July.

The typical U.S. home is worth $229,000, up 5.2% from a year ago – this is the smallest annual appreciation since October 2015. Last year at this time, home values rose 7.7% year-over-year. Still, home values are up 0.3% month-over-month, an indication that values are stabilizing after a period of relatively extreme growth rather than headed for a sustained downturn.

Among the 50 largest U.S. markets, home values have grown the most in Salt Lake City (up 9.4% since July 2018), Indianapolis (up 8.1%) and Charlotte (up 7.3%), although growth is slowing in each of these metros. Only New Orleans, Birmingham and Oklahoma City saw home values appreciate at a greater rate than a year ago.

Home values have fallen year-over-year in California'sSan Francisco Bay Area, home to the two most expensive markets in the country. The value of the typical home fell 10.5% in San Jose and 1.1% in San Francisco. A year ago, home values were growing 24% annually in San Jose, a 34.5 percentage point difference.

"As talk builds of a potential recession in the next year or two, housing remains fairly stalwart," said Zillow Director of Economic Research Skylar Olsen. "The slowing appreciation is ultimately a good sign that the market is adjusting in response to the growing unaffordability of down payments, while low mortgage rates are keeping those with the required savings interested despite softer growth out the gate. The uptick in the rate of homes coming onto the market – a good and true increase in supply – should be a boon to those inventory-starved home buyers still searching near the close of home shopping season. While buyers are catching a break, renters have seen prices continue their steady upward climb, presenting yet another obstacle in the quest to save for that down payment."

The median U.S. rent rose 1.9% year-over-year to $1,592ii. For the eighth consecutive month, rents rose the most in Phoenix (up 6.1% from a year ago), followed by Las Vegas (up 5.9%). Rents fell in only three of the 50 largest markets – Houston, Buffalo and Baltimore.

Inventory grew 1.3% annually, reversing four straight months of declines. There are 19,978 more homes for sale than this time last year. New listings drove the inventory growth in July, up 5.7% from a year ago.

Mortgage rates listed on Zillow fell lower in July. Rates ended the month at 3.72%, down 23 basis points from July 1. Zillow's real-time mortgage rates are based on thousands of custom mortgage quotes submitted daily to anonymous borrowers on the Zillow Mortgages site and reflect the most recent changes in the market.

Metropolitan Area

Zillow Home Value Index, July 2019

ZHVI Year-over-Year Change, July 2019

ZHVI Year-over-Year Change, July 2018

Zillow Rent Index, July 2019

ZRI Year-over-Year Change, July 2019

Inventory Year-over-Year Change, July 2019

United States

$229,000

5.2%

7.7%

$1,592

1.9%

1.3%

New York, NY

$442,800

3.2%

5.5%

$2,279

2.3%

4.8%

Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim, CA

$650,600

0.9%

6.3%

$2,599

1.3%

11.3%

Chicago, IL

$225,200

2.1%

5.3%

$1,615

1.3%

6.9%

Dallas-Fort Worth, TX

$243,500

5.1%

11.8%

$1,439

1.5%

12.3%

Philadelphia, PA

$233,300

2.1%

5.3%

$1,497

2.5%

-4.8%

Houston, TX

$206,400

3.4%

6.1%

$1,378

-0.5%

5.5%

Washington, DC

$407,700

2.1%

3.8%

$1,971

2.0%

-8.8%

Miami-Fort Lauderdale, FL

$284,300

3.2%

8.2%

$1,851

2.2%

3.8%

Atlanta, GA

$220,300

6.9%

11.8%

$1,454

4.1%

8.3%

Boston, MA

$463,300

1.9%

6.2%

$2,416

2.2%

8.4%

San Francisco, CA

$938,100

-1.1%

9.4%

$3,166

1.2%

21.5%

Detroit, MI

$162,900

4.6%

9.4%

$1,211

2.3%

17.4%

Riverside, CA

$371,500

3.3%

7.3%

$1,907

4.3%

-1.6%

Phoenix, AZ

$267,500

4.5%

7.7%

$1,401

6.1%

-2.9%

Seattle, WA

$489,500

0.5%

8.7%

$2,036

2.4%

14.3%

Minneapolis-St Paul, MN

$272,000

4.3%

6.6%

$1,494

0.6%

4.9%

San Diego, CA

$591,500

1.1%

6.1%

$2,519

3.1%

6.0%

St. Louis, MO

$167,700

3.5%

5.5%

$1,009

1.3%

-15.0%

Tampa, FL

$216,400

5.0%

10.6%

$1,392

3.7%

2.8%

Baltimore, MD

$267,100

0.7%

4.9%

$1,605

-0.1%

-4.0%

Denver, CO

$409,200

3.0%

6.7%

$1,781

1.5%

26.9%

Pittsburgh, PA

$144,700

2.5%

7.3%

$1,102

1.8%

-15.0%

Portland, OR

$396,700

1.5%

5.3%

$1,647

0.7%

3.1%

Charlotte, NC

$210,600

7.3%

10.2%

$1,322

3.5%

6.2%

Sacramento, CA

$411,300

2.7%

5.4%

$1,788

3.5%

0.8%

San Antonio, TX

$195,600

5.0%

5.7%

$1,215

0.3%

17.9%

Orlando, FL

$240,000

5.1%

9.4%

$1,414

3.5%

4.5%

Cincinnati, OH

$170,400

5.4%

6.3%

$1,145

3.2%

-8.3%

Cleveland, OH

$147,100

4.2%

6.6%

$1,071

4.1%

-1.3%

Kansas City, MO

$191,900

4.7%

9.5%

$1,121

1.0%

N/A

Las Vegas, NV

$279,100

5.1%

13.6%

$1,329

5.9%

53.5%

Columbus, OH

$193,800

6.5%

7.9%

$1,183

0.6%

-3.3%

Indianapolis, IN

$167,300

8.1%

9.6%

$1,100

1.0%

N/A

San Jose, CA

$1,144,800

-10.5%

24.0%

$3,338

0.5%

32.6%

Austin, TX

$312,300

4.7%

6.2%

$1,586

2.1%

-4.9%

Virginia Beach, VA

$229,800

1.5%

2.8%

$1,335

1.1%

-9.6%

Nashville, TN

$255,700

4.0%

9.8%

$1,445

1.3%

14.6%

Providence, RI

$295,100

3.4%

7.3%

$1,427

3.2%

-3.7%

Milwaukee, WI

$232,500

4.5%

5.2%

$1,094

2.5%

15.3%

Jacksonville, FL

$214,400

5.5%

10.5%

$1,348

3.9%

-2.1%

Memphis, TN

$141,000

5.1%

8.3%

$1,047

4.2%

-10.6%

Oklahoma City, OK

$148,400

4.0%

2.9%

$937

1.8%

-11.5%

Louisville-Jefferson County, KY

$164,400

5.5%

5.7%

$1,087

1.4%

-1.2%

Hartford, CT

$229,100

0.2%

2.5%

$1,334

1.1%

-4.4%

Richmond, VA

$232,000

4.0%

5.3%

$1,323

1.3%

N/A

New Orleans, LA

$176,000

2.7%

0.0%

$1,274

0.5%

0.4%

Buffalo, NY

$161,400

4.4%

6.7%

$1,015

-0.3%

-1.2%

Raleigh, NC

$269,100

5.2%

5.6%

$1,286

1.0%

0.6%

Birmingham, AL

$148,700

6.9%

5.5%

$1,058

2.3%

-5.9%

Salt Lake City, UT

$373,200

9.4%

11.3%

$1,494

1.7%

20.3%

About Zillow
Zillow® is transforming how people buy, sell, rent and finance homes by creating seamless real estate transactions for today's on-demand consumer. Zillow is the leading real estate and rental marketplace and a trusted source for data, inspiration and knowledge among both consumers and real estate professionals. 

Zillow's proprietary data, technology and industry partnerships put Zillow at nearly every major point of the home shopping experience, helping consumers search for and get into their new home faster. Zillow now offers a fully integrated home shopping experience that includes access to for sale and rental listings, Zillow Offers®, which provides a new, hassle-free way to buy and sell eligible homes directly through Zillow; and Zillow Home Loans, Zillow's affiliated lender that provides an easy way to receive mortgage pre-approvals and financing. Zillow Premier Agent instantly connects buyers and sellers with its network of real estate professionals to help guide them through the home shopping process. For renters, Zillow's innovations are streamlining the way people search, tour, apply and pay rent for leased properties. 

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i The Zillow Real Estate Market Reports are a monthly overview of the national and local real estate markets. The reports are compiled by Zillow Real Estate Research. For more information, visit www.zillow.com/research/. The data in Zillow's Real Estate Market Reports are aggregated from public sources by a number of data providers for 928 metropolitan and micropolitan areas dating back to 1996. Mortgage and home loan data are typically recorded in each county and publicly available through a county recorder's office. All current monthly data at the national, state, metro, city, ZIP code and neighborhood level can be accessed at www.zillow.com/research/data.
ii The Zillow Rent Index methodology has been revised as of July 2019. Read the full methodology here: https://www.zillow.com/research/methodology-zillow-rent-index-2019-25172/

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