California Home Price - Appreciation Rate - 33 Year Graph
California Home Prices - Appreciation Rates
Yearly appreciation rates for California single family home prices are shown in the graph above.
Source:
House Price Index (HPI). Updated Wednesday, December 19, 2012. Click the link below for
the forecast.
California House Price Index: 33 Year Chart
CA Home Price Appreciation Rate: 33 Yr. Graph
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-10%
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-30%
Appreciation Rankings: Home Prices by State
1/75      1/1980         1/1985        1/1990        1/1995        1/2000         1/2005         1/2010        1/15
Commentary  11537
3rd Quarter, 2012 Data: California

The appreciation of California Home Prices relative to the other fifty states is
detailed below. Five different time periods are reviewed.  Each paragraph
identifies the top and bottom performers as well as the average and median
performance for all states during each time period.

Last Quarter:
During the 3rd Quarter of 2012, California Home Prices had a rank of 2 with
appreciation of 2.06%. The top performer during the 3rd Quarter was Arizona,
with appreciation of 3.71%. The worst performer during that period was
Connecticut with appreciation of 0.24%.  The House Price Index indicated rising
home prices in all 50 states during the quarter. None of the states had a falling
index during this period.
The median appreciation for all states during the 3rd Quarter was 0.91%. The
average appreciation for all states during the quarter was 1.04%.

Last Year:
During the last 12 months, California Home Prices had a rank of 17 with
appreciation during the year of 0.65%. The top performer during the last year
was Arizona, with appreciation of 6.2%. The worst performer during that period
was Georgia with appreciation of -3.8%.  The House Price Index indicated rising
home prices in 23 states over the last year. Home prices fell in 27 states.
The median appreciation for all states during this period was -0.09%. The
average appreciation was 0.21%.

Last 5 Years:
Over the 5 years ended with the 3rd Quarter of 2012, California Home Prices
ranked 48 with a total appreciation of -32.9%. The top performer during the 5
year period was North Dakota, with appreciation of 16%. The worst performer
during that period was Nevada with appreciation of -51%.  The House Price
Index indicated rising home prices in 8 states over the last 5 years. Home prices
fell in 42 states.
The median appreciation for all states during this time period was -10%. The
average appreciation over the 5 years was -12%.

Last 10 Years:
During the 10 years ended in the 3rd Quarter of 2012, California Home Prices
had a rank of 38 with appreciation during the decade of 15%. The top
performer during the period was Washington DC, with appreciation of 76%. The
worst performer during the 10 year time period was Michigan with appreciation
of -17%.  The House Price Index indicated rising home prices in 46 states over
the last 10 years. Home prices fell in 4 states.
The median appreciation for all states during the last 10 years was 22%. The
average appreciation for the states over that time frame was 24%.

Last 20 Years:
During the 20 years ended in the 3rd Quarter of 2012, California Home Prices
had a rank of 39 with total appreciation over the 20 year period of 77%. The top
performer during the period was Washington DC, with appreciation of 201%.
The worst performer during the last 20 years was Nevada with appreciation of
17%.  The House Price Index indicated rising home prices in all 50 states over
the last 20 years. None of the states had a falling index during this period.
The median appreciation for all states during the last 20 years was 86%. The
average appreciation for the states over that time frame was 93%.

Historical data on the California House Price Index is available back to the first
quarter of 1975. The chart has been updated through the 3rd Quarter of 2012.
All calculations are based on the quarterly value of the House Price Index for
California. Real estate appreciation figures represent total appreciation over
each time period. (Unless specifically stated, the appreciation figures do not
represent annual or quarterly rates of appreciation.)



























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