How is the Index used?

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What areas are covered by the index?

Since a hedonic index has access to much more data than a repeat sales index does, there are many possibilities as to the type of indexes that can be created. Indexes can be generated based on physical property characteristics such as houses with a certain number of bedrooms, or of a certain size, or age, or any characteristic for which there is data. Likewise, indexes can be created for small geographical regions such as neighborhoods, or houses within a certain distance of the beach, or a school district, or within a certain distance to an industrial area and so on.

Specialized indexes can be built upon request. FNC provides indexes updated monthly for the following 30 MSAs on this site and other MSAs as well as zip code level indexes are available on request.

  • Arizona
    • Phoenix
  • California
    • Los Angeles
    • Riverside
    • Sacramento
    • San Diego
    • San Francisco
  • Colorado
    • Denver
  • DC
    • Washington
  • Florida
    • Miami
    • Orlando
    • Tampa
  • Georgia
    • Atlanta
  • Illinois
    • Chicago
  • Maryland
    • Baltimore
  • Massachusetts
    • Boston
  • Michigan
    • Detroit
  • Minnesota
    • Minneapolis
  • Missouri
    • St Louis
  • North Carolina
    • Charlotte
  • Nevada
    • Los Vegas
  • New York
    • New York
  • Ohio
    • Cincinnati
    • Cleveland
    • Columbus
  • Oregon
    • Portland
  • Tennessee
    • Nashville
  • Texas
    • Dallas
    • Houston
    • San Antonio
  • Washington
    • Seattle


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