Home Prices, Sales & Inventory
How it 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. After making your selections, click on the visualization and then hit the download button on the bottom right corner to get the data shown. Alternatively, you can select the “Download” tab and download all of the data that we have available. Check out this video for more information on how to use the Redfin Data Center. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions.
Printable Market Data
How it Works: Select the “Choose Region” tab and then choose what type of region you wish to generate a market report for (e.g. neighborhood). Next select the region from the drop down menu. Only regions with complete and reliable data will be available. Finally, you can export a printable pdf report by clicking the download icon in the bottom left of the report. Select PDF then click “Create PDF” using the defaulted options selected. Contact email@example.com if you have any questions.
Twenty-five percent 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 April through June. Many of the migratory trends observed in the first quarter continued in the second quarter, 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.
Redfin is making available on its Data Center a downloadable set of monthly data on new construction prices, sales, inventory and other new residential market statistics. Redfin is also releasing building permit data—provided by the Census—allowing users to analyze average construction costs and compare the number of units built per capita across regions. Both datasets are available for download at the National, Metro, and County Levels since 2012.
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. Read more about how Compete Score works here.