NAHB Indices

To facilitate our in-depth analyses, NAHB constructed several unique and useful indices based on exclusive NAHB surveys. For example, the NAHB-Wells Fargo Housing Market Index (HMI) measures the strength of the single-family housing market each month through surveys of NAHB members. The NAHB-Wells Fargo Housing Opportunity Index (HOI) measures home affordability of various metropolitan areas across the nation. NAHB also collects data from professional remodelers for the NAHB Remodeling Market Index (RMI) and from multifamily builders and property owners for the NAHB Multifamily Market Index (MMI).

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The table and graphs contain data for the 55+HMI for single-family homes as well as condominiums through the first quarter of 2015. Indices measuring production and demand for 55+ multifamily rentals are also included in the table and graphs.
4/30/2015
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This chart shows the HMI and single-family housing starts in a graph.
4/15/2015
MS Excel
The HMI is a weighted, seasonally adjusted statistic derived from ratings for present single-family sales, single-family sales in the next six months and buyers' traffic. A rating of 50 indicates responses received from builders are neither positive or good and ratings higher than 50 indicate more …
4/15/2015
MS Excel
This file contains seasonally adjusted national HMI history from Jan.1985 to present.
4/15/2015
MS Excel
This file contains seasonally adjusted HMI Components: Single Family Detached Present, Single Family Detached Next 6 Months and Traffic Data from Jan. 1985 to present.
4/15/2015
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This file contains seasonally adjusted regional history data from Dec. 2004 to present.
4/15/2015
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This file contains seasonally adjusted Three-month Moving Averages Regional HMI history from Feb. 2005 to present.
4/15/2015
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