|Texas - House Price Index (HPI) - 33 Year Chart
|Texas House Price Index Chart
|The House Price Index (HPI) shows changes in Texas single family home prices in logarithmic scale.
The Value of the index was set at 100 on January of 1980. Updated Friday, December 21, 2012. Click
the link below for the forecast.
Current Analysis: House Price Index
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3rd Quarter, 2012 Data: Texas
The all time high in the Texas House Price Index was 230.1 in the 1st Quarter,
of 2009. The 3rd Quarter, 2012 index value was 227.3. That's a decline of 2.81
points or 1.22% below the Texas House Price Index all time high. The Texas
House Price Index is up 25% over the last 10 years. It has gained 1.61% over
the last 12 months. Over the last thirty years, it is up 83%.
The 3rd Quarter index value was 0.99 points higher than the 2nd Quarter, 2012
index value of 226.34, resulting in a 0.44% rise in the 3rd Quarter.
The Texas House Price Index has increased for the last 5 consecutive quarters.
The current record holder for consecutive increases in the House Price Index is
North Dakota, with increases in the last 9 consecutive quarters. During the last
quarter, the House Price Index increased for all 50 states and the District of
This page provides a graph showing over thirty years of the Texas House Price
Index (above). The chart has been updated through the 3rd Quarter of 2012.
For other information about Texas Home Prices, look at the links under that
chart. One link opens a chart showing over thirty years of historical appreciation
rates for Texas House Prices. Another opens a forecast for appreciation rates
in Texas housing. Just one glance at our long term charts can provide
tremendous insight into the historical trends of residential property values. And
those pages contain more than just charts. You'll find a wealth of other helpful
statistics about Texas Home Prices.
Historical data on the Texas House Price Index is available back to the first
quarter of 1975. All calculations are based on the quarterly value of the House
Price Index for Texas.
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