February 8, 2023
Key Insights At National Level
Nationwide, home values for combined single-family detached and single-family attached properties increased by 3.9% in January 2023 from January 2022. This is the lowest year-over-year increase since the pandemic started, three years ago.
Month over month, home values went down by 0.6% (non-seasonally adjusted) in January 2023 from December 2022. However, the pace of monthly decrease slowed down from the previous month, likely helped by lower interest rates.
Nationwide, home values are down by 5.5% through the end of January 2023 compared to their June 2022 market peak.
Key Insights At State Level
On a year-over-year basis, there are 9 states and the District of Columbia that have seen an annual decline in home values at the end of January 2023. Idaho continues as the pack leader with -5.6%, followed by Washington DC, Arizona, California, Nevada, Washington, Oregon, Colorado, Louisiana, and Utah.
At +7.5%, Florida no longer has the highest year-over-year increase; rather, it continues to exhibit the sharpest drop since the May 2022 year-over-year peak of +31.3%. The Washington DC area had the sharpest month-over-month drop in January 2023 at -1.8%.
The largest declines from the June 2022 market peak continue to be concentrated in the Western states, as again, Idaho has the biggest drop at -15.6%, followed by Arizona, Nevada, Colorado, Utah, Washington, Oregon, and California, which are all recording 10% or more declines in home values. All states except South Dakota and West Virginia are now in negative territory from the June 2022 peak.
Top 50 CBSA Markets
From the June 2022 market peak, all top 50 markets are still in negative territory at the end of January 2023. San Francisco (CA), at -20.4%, is the first major market to drop below the critical -20% threshold, with San Jose (CA) following closely at -18.6%. In the top 10 decliners, with drops around -10% to -15%, are also Phoenix (AZ), Las Vegas (NV), Sacramento (CA), Seattle (WA), Denver (CO), San Diego (CA), Portland (OR) and Austin (TX).
Over the last four weeks, the Tampa (FL) and San Jose (CA) markets recorded the largest declines, around -1.8%. There are 7 markets out of 50 that seem to be bouncing back into positive territory over the last four weeks, with Richmond (VA) leading the pack at +0.7%.
The report for a given month is usually available on the second Wednesday of the following month, for example HPIs for the month of December 2022 were made available on Wednesday, January 11, 2023.
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