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Cityscape: Volume 22 Number 3 | The Moving to Work Retrospective Evaluation


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The Moving to Work Retrospective Evaluation

Volume 22 Number 3

Mark D. Shroder

Michelle P. Matuga

American Enterprise Institute Housing Market Indicators

Tobias Peter
Edward Pinto
American Enterprise Institute

The American Enterprise Institute Housing Market Indicators (HMIs) provide analysts a holistic view of the single-family housing market. The indicators cover home prices and supply, mortgage risk, measures of affordability, land prices, and new construction sales. The HMIs deliver reliable data at fine geographic levels to address the local nature of housing markets. Due to innovative methodologies, the data have minimal latency. The HMIs come with interactive visualization tools, and most data, aggregated to fine levels of geography, are available to download, allowing for data-driven decisionmaking and analysis by governments, the private sector, and consumers.

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