Please note: All data files provided here are cumulative files - with historical data up to the quarter and year indicated. The data series have varying start dates. The purchase-only indexes begin in 1991Q1. The all-transactions indexes have begin dates of 1975Q1 for the U.S., Census Divisions, and states. All-transactions indexes for metropolitan areas have variable start dates depending on the volume of data available.
- For instructions on how to calculate appreciation using manipulatable data below, see HPI FAQ #18. Unless specifically indicated, the data series are not seasonally adjusted.
- HPI users have noted that the web addresses for files provided on this page are dynamic. That is, for a given data file (e.g., State Purchase-Only Indexes in TXT format), the web address changes each period. For a facility that provides static web addresses linking to the most recent data files, go here.
- Specifications (layouts) for the files are available here.
House Price Indexes
Quarterly Index Data
Purchase-Only Indexes (Estimated using Sales Price Data)
All-Transactions Indexes (Estimated using Sales Prices and Appraisal Data)
Expanded-Data Indexes (Estimated using Enterprise, FHA, and Real Property County Recorder Data Licensed from DataQuick)
Monthly Index Data
Purchase-Only Indexes (Estimated using Sales Price Data) Monthly
Average and Median House Prices
Summary Statistics for House Prices
Purchase-Only Indexes Volatility (Estimated using Sales Price Data)
All-Transactions Indexes Volatility (Estimated using Sales Prices and Appraisal Data)
Loan Purposes by Quarter (Contains Refinance Share)
Comparisons of HPI and S&P/Case-Shiller Indexes
Utility Files and Background Information for Index Construction
For composition of metropolitan statistical areas and divisions see www.whitehouse.gov/sites/default/files/omb/bulletins/2013/b-13-01.pdf.
(Update of Statistical Area Definitions and Guidance on Their Uses)
*FHFA uses the revised Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs) as announced by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB). These MSAs are based on Census data. According to OMB, an MSA comprises the central county or counties containing the core, plus adjacent outlying counties having a high degree of social and economic integration with the central county as measured through commuting.
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