15 lowest performing metros nationwide still experienced positive quarter-over-quarter growth
Despite some fluctuations, all major metros tracked by Clear Capital experienced positive quarter-over-quarter (QoQ) home price growth for July. National QoQ home price growth remained steady at 1 percent, and national year-over-year (YoY) home price growth grew 0.1 percent to 7.1 percent. All data reported uses Clear Capital’s patent-pending QoQ measurement. This measurement uses the newest data to create timely indices in rolling quarter intervals, which significantly reduces multi-month lag time that may be experienced with other indices.
The West maintained 1.3 percent QoQ growth for July, and has maintained that growth since May.
Of the highest five performing metros nationwide, four are from the West:
- San Jose, Calif. was the nation’s highest performing metro, growing 0.23 percent to 2.67 percent QoQ growth, and holding the highest YoY growth at 17.31 percent
- Seattle, Wash. grew 0.11 percent to 2.16 percent QoQ growth
- Fresno, Calif. grew 0.5 percent to 2.01 percent QoQ growth
- Las Vegas, Nev. fell 0.16 percent to 1.92 percent QoQ growth, and fell 0.29 percent to 15.12 percent YoY growth
Three California metros were among the highest 15 performing nationwide:
- Sacramento, Calif. grew 0.04 percent to 1.47 percent QoQ growth
- San Francisco, Calif. fell 0.14 percent to 1.45 percent QoQ growth
- Los Angeles, Calif. fell 0.11 percent to 1.44 percent QoQ growth
Riverside, California fell 0.2 percent to 0.86 percent QoQ growth, and was among the lowest 15 performing metros nationwide. Honolulu bounced back from consecutive months of negative QoQ growth, growing 0.72 percent to 0.4 percent QoQ growth. In addition, Honolulu grew 1.7 percent to 1.77 percent YoY growth.
The Northeast maintained 1.2 percent QoQ growth for July.
- Providence, R.I. fell 0.4 percent to 1.61 percent QoQ growth, and was among the highest 15 performing metros nationwide
- New York, N.Y. fell 0.09 percent to 1.33 percent QoQ growth, and dropped out of the highest 15 performing metros nationwide
Two metros were among the lowest 15 performing metros nationwide, despite experiencing positive growth:
- Hartford, Conn. grew 0.14 percent to 0.55 percent QoQ growth
- Pittsburgh, Pa. grew 0.06 percent to 0.16 percent QoQ growth
The South maintained 0.8 percent QoQ growth for July.
The metros that experienced negative growth:
- Memphis, Tenn. fell 0.58 percent to 1.39 percent QoQ growth, and was among the highest 15 performing metros nationwide
- Miami, Fla. fell 0.03 percent to 0.95 percent QoQ growth
- Baltimore, Md. fell 0.11 percent to 0.91 percent QoQ growth
- Washington, DC fell 0.28 percent to 0.69 percent QoQ growth
- San Antonio, Texas fell 0.43 percent to 0.65 percent QoQ growth
The metros that experienced positive growth:
- Atlanta, Ga. grew 0.08 percent to 1.49 percent QoQ growth, and was among the highest 10 performing metros nationwide
- Orlando, Fla. grew 0.03 percent to 1.39 percent QoQ growth, and was among the highest 15 performing metros nationwide
- Raleigh, N.C. grew 0.03 percent to 0.87 percent QoQ growth
- Virginia Beach, Va. grew 0.07 percent to 0.56 percent QoQ growth
- Houston, Texas grew 0.15 percent to 0.54 percent QoQ growth
- Birmingham, Ala. grew 0.15 percent to 0.54 percent QoQ growth
New Orleans was the nation’s worst performing metro, growing 0.18 percent to 0.09 percent QoQ growth, and falling 0.14 percent to 1.99 percent YoY growth.
The Midwest remained steady with 1 percent QoQ growth for July.
- Detroit, Mich. fell 0.03 percent from June to 1.63 percent QoQ growth, and was among the highest five performing metros nationwide
- St. Louis, Mo. fell 0.49 percent to 0.37 percent QoQ growth, and was among the lowest 15 performing metros nationwide
Two Midwest metros were among the highest 15 performing metro areas nationwide, despite experiencing negative growth:
- Columbus, Ohio fell 0.07 percent to 1.47 percent QoQ growth
- Cleveland, Ohio fell 0.08 percent to 1.41 percent QoQ growth
Cincinnati grew 0.18 percent to 1.4 percent QoQ growth and was among the highest 15 performing metros nationwide. Louisville, Kentucky grew 0.1 percent to 0.62 percent QoQ growth and was among the lowest 15 performing metros nationwide.
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