How Have Home Prices Changed in 30 Years?

How Have Home Prices Changed in 30 Years? (Source: Wikimedia Commons)

30 years is a long time in the housing market.

Taking a look back can be an insightful way to predict where our market could take us in another 30 years.

As you may expect, we have seen a significant increase in home prices between then and now. The average annual appreciation between 1987-1999 was +3.6%. The housing growth in this period was slight, but steady. Between January 2000-April 2007, the growth spiked to +7%. May 2007-Jan 2012, years that encompass the Great Recession, dropped home prices -5.2%.

And where are we at today? Between Feb 2012 and today, 3 years alone, home prices have grown +5.8%. These numbers bode well for home sellers and for the general market alike.

The time to get active is now. There is good evidence to support that we are in a great market for sellers right now, though the market is gradually shifting to a buyer's market. If you are looking to sell your home, taking advantage of the current conditions could bode well for you.

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