National Housing Market Data. This data is provided by Redfin Real Estate. You can play with the tabs and extract the data you need. You can look locally or nationally. You can use this data to keep an eye on the housing market anywhere in the United States.
Home Prices, Sales and Inventory:
How the above Works: Select the tab for the type of data that you’re looking for. Under each tab, you can filter results by metropolitan area, property type, month-over-month change, year-over-year change, and the time period. Each visualization will change with your selections.
Migration…this is cool! You can see where people are moving to and moving from, can I say ‘where’s the next hot market’.
More than a quarter of Redfin.com users search for homes outside the metro where they reside. The Redfin Migration Report analyzed a sample of more than one million Redfin.com users searching for homes across 84 metro areas from the previous quarter. Many of the migratory trends observed in the have continued in the past few months, including a trend of people leaving large, expensive cities for more affordable, mid-tier cities.
Find your Metro: On the below interactive map, select one metro area origin (or destination) to see the top 10 destinations (or origins) for that metro.
Compete Score: This is where you can see what cities are the most competitive meaning who’s getting the most multiple offers.
The Redfin Compete Score rates how competitive an area is on a scale of 0 to 100, where 100 is the most competitive.
The Compete Score rates how difficult it is to win a home in an area. Using a combination of proprietary Redfin data and data from the Multiple Listing Services (MLS), the Compete Score is primarily calculated based on four inputs: number of competing offers, waived contingencies, sale to list ratio, and number of days on market.