As you probably know, we released our 2007 quarterly report earlier this week. For those interested in doing analysis on the data, you can download all the raw data on a MSA-by-MSA basis straight from our quarterly reports page. However, while an MSA report is fine for reporters and bloggers covering specific markets, we realize data geeks and real estate techies might want — ALL the data in one spreadsheet. So, we made that a little easier by combining some of the primary data into one CSV file.
The columns in the CSV file are:
- MSA name
- Region name
- Region type
- Region ID
- County (Largest city)
- County name
- Home type
- Quarter over quarter change
- Year over year change
- 5 year annualized change
- 10 year annualized change
The one thing I really want to call out is that the addition of the region id (which is not in the MSA spreadsheets) should allow web developers to map a lot of the data using the GetRegionChildren API call and/or our neighborhood boundary files. So, let’s see some heatmaps!
Click Here to Download CSV File (3 megabytes).
If there is a desire for us to put more of the Q4 data, such as the homeowner equity data or Zindex numbers broken down by home type, into one CSV that covers the whole country, please leave a comment and we’ll try to accommodate the request.
Happy mapping and data crunching!