Changes and increase rates of house prices in 10 major US cities since May 2012

Note: All numbers are based as of 2/2018.

The following charts show the prices and annual changes of house prices in top 10 largest cities since May 2012. The blue line shows the prices changes from previous year.

다음 차트는 2012 년 5 월 이래 가장 큰 10 대 도시의 주택 가격 및 연간 가격 변화를 보여줍니다. 파란색 선은 전년 대비 가격 변동률을 보여줍니다.

The housing prices and price increases over the last six years in the top ten metropolitan areas of the US indicate the status of local economy in the regions. In particular, Los Angeles, where many Korean-Americans live, shows a high rate of increase from 2012 to 2014, but the price rose at slower rates in later years. It seems that many Chinese invested a lot in Los Angeles from 2012 to 2014.

In addition, Houston home prices declined as oil prices plummeted in summer 2014, and housing prices gradually recovered from 2017. Housing prices in New York are rising steadily. Housing prices in Dallas have also been rising at a steady pace because of huge influx of people from California (especially the US headquarters of Toyota Motor Corp. in California to Dallas). Washington DC housing prices have plummeted in price growth due to government budget cut or frozen over the last few years.

주택가격과 가격상승률입니다. 가격상승률이 지속적으로 상승하고 있습니다. 특히 작년의 가격상승률이 높았습니다.

아래차트는 LA 주택가격과 가격상승률인데 주택가격이 너무 올라서 가격상승률이 지속적으로 하락하고 있습니다. The chart below shows the housing price and increasing rate of housing prices in Los Angeles. The housing prices increased at slower pace.

The chart below shows the housing prices and increasing rates in Dalla. The housing prices are increasing at slower pace recent years.

The housing prices in Houston declined when the oil prices dropped during in 2015, but have been gradually recovering since 2017



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