Las Vegas unseats San Jose as nation’s top performing metro
National quarter-over-quarter (QoQ) home price growth remained unchanged from October, at 0.9 percent for November. National year-over-year growth (YoY) grew 0.2 percent to 7.3 percent for November. All data reported is based upon Clear Capital’s patent-pending QoQ measurement, which uses the newest data to create timely indices in rolling-quarter intervals, significantly reducing multi-month lag time that may be experienced with other indices.
The West fell 0.1 percent to 1 percent QoQ growth for November.
San Jose, California was unseated from its No. 1 spot, falling 0.91 percent to 1.58 percent QoQ growth. Las Vegas was the highest performing metro nationwide, despite falling 0.05 percent to 2.05 percent QoQ growth. Las Vegas’s YoY growth was 15.24 percent. West metros among the 15 highest performing metros nationwide include:
- San Francisco, Calif. fell 0.34 percent to 1.35 percent QoQ growth
- Honolulu, Hawaii fell 0.29 percent to 1.32 percent QoQ growth
- Fresno, Calif. fell 0.02 percent to 1.11 percent QoQ growth
West metros among the 15 lowest performing metros nationwide include:
- Los Angeles, Calif. fell 0.3 percent to 0.67 percent QoQ growth
- Portland, Ore. fell 0.09 percent to 0.66 percent QoQ growth
- San Diego, Calif. fell 0.24 percent to 0.42 percent QoQ growth
The Northeast maintained 1 percent QoQ growth for November.
No major Northeast metros were among the 15 highest performing metros nationwide. Hartford, Connecticut was the only Northeast metro among the 15 lowest performing metros nationwide, growing 0.14 percent to 0.13 percent QoQ growth.
The South grew 0.1 percent to 0.7 percent QoQ growth for November.
Five South metros were among the 15 highest performing metros nationwide. San Antonio took the top spot for the South, growing 0.28 percent to 1.59 percent QoQ growth. The other four metros include:
- Houston, Texas grew 0.97 percent to 1.39 percent QoQ growth
- Jacksonville, Fla. grew 0.39 percent to 1.32 percent QoQ growth
- Dallas, Texas grew 0.13 percent to 1.14 percent QoQ growth
- Orlando, Fla. fell 0.12 percent to 1.14 percent QoQ growth
Eight South metros were among the 15 lowest performing metros nationwide:
- Virginia Beach, Va. grew 0.06 percent to 0.63 percent QoQ growth
- Baltimore, Md. grew 0.38 percent to 0.61 percent QoQ growth
- Raleigh, N.C. fell 0.01 percent to 0.72 percent QoQ growth
- Birmingham, Ala. fell 0.17 percent to 0.57 percent QoQ growth
- Miami, Fla. fell 0.22 percent to 0.51 percent QoQ growth
- Washington, D.C. fell 0.04 percent to 0.37 percent QoQ growth
- Nashville, Tenn. fell 0.69 percent to 0.37 percent QoQ growth
- Richmond, Va. was the lowest performing metro nationwide, falling 0.48 percent to 0.12 percent QoQ growth
The Midwest grew 0.1 percent to 1 percent QoQ growth for November.
Detroit was the second-highest performing metro nationwide, despite falling 0.39 percent to 1.71 percent QoQ growth. Midwest metros among the 15 highest performing metros nationwide include:
- Milwaukee, Wis. grew 0.04 percent to 1.4 percent QoQ growth
- Cleveland, Ohio grew 0.02 percent to 1.18 percent QoQ growth
- Columbus, Ohio grew 0.06 percent to 1.15 percent QoQ growth
Cincinnati remained among the 15 highest performing metros, despite falling 0.09 to 1.11 percent QoQ growth. Midwest metros among the 15 lowest performing metros nationwide include:
- Dayton, Ohio grew 0.1 percent to 0.64 percent QoQ growth
- Chicago, Ill. fell 0.08 percent to 0.55 percent QoQ growth
- St. Louis, Mo. fell 0.57 percent to 0.44 percent QoQ growth
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