The U.S. Zillow Home Value Index stood at $169,100 as of the end of the fourth quarter, up 1.4 percent from the end of the third quarter, and 0.6 percent from November.
The overall cumulative value of all homes in the U.S. at the end of 2013 is expected to be approximately $25.7 trillion, up almost $1.9 trillion, or 7.9 percent, from the end of 2012.
Zillow’s Market Health Index, measured on a scale from 0 to 10, is a new measure designed to illustrate the current health of a region’s housing market relative to similar markets nationwide.
The U.S. Zillow Home Value Index was $162,800 in October, down 0.1 percent from September.
The reports provide a quick and informative look at the current status of both the rental and homeownership markets, and will be produced in conjunction with our monthly and quarterly Zillow Real Estate Market Reports.
U.S. home values continued to climb in April, increasing 0.5 percent from March to $158,300, according to the April Zillow Real Estate Market Reports.
February represented the 16th straight month of home value gains since the market hit bottom in October 2011.
Sending in that rent check every month can feel like you’re flushing money down the drain. As it turns out, though, renting for a few years may make perfect financial sense.
The strong momentum the housing market built up in 2012 has officially carried over into 2013, as home values rose to $158,100 last month.
Today we’re releasing the new Zillow Rent Index — a one-of-a-kind way to look at rental markets nationally, regionally, and […]