In-Depth Housing Reports for Metro Areas

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MetroDepth provides in-depth real estate market reports for major cities and metros across the United States. We curate data and insights from a variety of sources, and use them to create a clearer picture of what is happening in local housing markets.

Our Latest Metro Reports

We publish new housing reports and forecasts every week. You’ll always find the latest updates right here on our home page, and also in the right-hand sidebar.

Our latest reports:

Nashville Gets Bold Housing Market
A panel of economists and real estate analysts named Nashville as one of the top cities that could outperform the nation in 2021, in terms of home-price growth. That’s not surprising, when you consider the supply and demand situation there.

Why Phoenix Won’t See a Crash in 2021
This article outlines the top-three reasons why the housing market in Phoenix, Arizona won’t “crash” in 2021. On the contrary, home prices will likely continue to climb for the foreseeable future.

Seattle, WA: Is Now the Time to Buy?
For some buyers, summer 2020 could be a great time to buy a home in Seattle, Washington. Mortgage rates remain low and competition has eased. But there’s a low-inventory situation you need to be aware of.

Phoenix, AZ: One of the Strongest Markets
Back in April, the property valuation company Veros Real Estate Solutions ranked Phoenix as one of the ten strongest housing markets in the U.S. through the end of 2020. Here’s an updated analysis.

Austin, TX: Home Prices Could Hold Up
Due to strong population growth and a limited supply of homes in the area, house values in the Texas capital could weather the economic storm of 2020. Here’s an update on what’s happening in that metro.

Portland, Oregon home prices declining
From 2012 to 2017, home prices in Portland rose significantly and created affordability problems for some would-be buyers. Now, prices are actually dropping in the Oregon city.

Dallas expected to keep rising into 2020
According to one recent study, the Dallas housing market is at medium risk of a downturn in the next recession. For now, home prices in the area are expected to continue rising.

Will Austin see a housing ‘crash’ in 2020?
The Austin real estate market is unlikely to “crash” anytime soon. Population growth has a lot to do with that. Currently, the city is experiencing an imbalance between supply and demand.

A Resource for Home Buyers and Investors

MetroDepth is a useful resource for home buyers, real estate agents and investors. We provide unbiased, in-depth reporting on real estate conditions in major cities across the country. Our reports will give you a better sense of what’s happening in your local market. We cover home-price trends, supply and demand, and other topics relevant to buyers and investors.

Disclaimer: Our reports use data and projections from third-party sources. We use this information to “paint a picture” of local housing markets. As a general rule, MetroDepth does not make any predictions, claims or assertions relating to the real estate market or broader economy. Forecasts should be viewed as the equivalent of an educated guess.