3rd Quarter, 2012 Data: North Carolina
The 12 month forecast for North Carolina Real Estate prices is in the table at
the top of this page. Forecast-Chart.com is forecasting a decline in North
Carolina Home Prices of 1.73%. The table shows a HDTFA of 1.84% which
suggests that appreciation rates over the next year for North Carolina Real
Estate could easily end up anywhere between 0.11% and -3.56%. Links to
Forecasts for 49 other states and the District of Columbia may be found on the
right side of this page.
The average real estate forecast for all 50 states is 0.17%. So North Carolina
Real Estate prices are forecasted to underperform the rest of the country. The
highest appreciation rate forecast of all Real estate forecasts at this site is
5.65% for Arizona. The lowest is -4.46% for Georgia.
Historical Home Price Appreciation: North Carolina
Last Quarter 0.93%
Last Year -1.5%
Last 5 Years -10%
Last 10 Years 16%
Last 20 Years 77%
Decline From All Time High 11.12%
Annual Home Price Appreciation Rates: North Carolina
The highest annual appreciation rate in North Carolina Real Estate was 16% in
the twelve months ended with the 4th Quarter of 1977. The worst annual
appreciation rate in North Carolina was -6% in the twelve months ended with the
1st Quarter of 2010.
The highest appreciation in North Carolina Real Estate over a three year period
was 40% in the three years ended with the 1st Quarter of 1980. The worst
appreciation over a three year period in North Carolina was -11% in the three
years ended with the 1st Quarter of 2012.
This page provides a five year chart of appreciation rates and a forecast for the
North Carolina House Price Index. The chart shows the five years ended in the
3rd Quarter of 2012. For links to longer term charts, look at the links under the
five year chart (above). One link opens a chart showing over thirty years of
historical appreciation rates for North Carolina Real Estate. Another opens a
graph showing over thirty years of the North Carolina House Price Index. 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 North
Carolina Real Estate.
Historical data on the North Carolina 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 North Carolina.
In this site, you may view the one, five & ten year home appreciation rates for
North Carolina and the other 49 states in one convenient table. Click the 50
State Home Appreciation Rate Table link above. The link is under the North
Carolina Real Estate Appreciation Rate Chart at the top of this page. You'll see
a snapshot of historical Home Prices for North Carolina as compared to US
home appreciation rates.
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Average annual North Carolina house appreciation RATE according to the House Price Index (HPI) is
shown in gray. The forecast for annual appreciation through the target month is shown in green.
|North Carolina - Real Estate Appreciation Rate - 5 Year History
|North Carolina Real Estate Forecast|
|Forecast: Annual real estate appreciation rate |
for single family homes in the North Carolina
residential housing market for the 12 months
ending in the target month shown at the left.
|Updated Wednesday, December 19, 2012.|
|North Carolina Real Estate Forecast
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