The Appraisal Institute provides a continuous monitor of the economy and real estate markets by supplying market data from a variety of sources for appraisers to keep abreast of market trends.
The monthly Economic Indicators provides data from a variety of government Web sites, including market rates and bond yields, stock dividend yields, home mortgage rates and terms, unemployment rates, industrial production index, consumer price index, disposable income data and other benchmarks.
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The PwC Real Estate Investor Survey National Market Indicators
Culled from the PwC Real Estate Investor Survey (formerly the Korpacz Real Estate Investor Survey®), these quarterly indicators feature the discount rate, overall cap rate and residual cap rate for the following building types: Regional Mall, CBD Office, Warehouse and Apartment. Available to Appraisal Institute members through login, these free figures lag one quarter behind the most recent Survey, available for purchase through PricewaterhouseCoopers.
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Hanley Wood Indicators
Hanley Wood Market Intelligence’s Key Indicator newsletter provides a variety of figures pertaining to residential real estate and new-home construction, such as housing permits, starts, sales, inventory and mortgage rates.
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The Mortgage Bankers Association of America provides the latest weekly mortgage rates, as compared to the previous week. Also available are the Freddie Mac Conforming Rates.
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McGraw-Hill Construction Forecasts and Trends
Robert Murray, VP of Economic Affairs at Mcgraw-Hill Construction, publishes a monthly report summarizing the latest construction data.
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Standard and Poor (S&P) Reports and Indices
S&P compiles many valuable reports and indices pertaining to the global real estate market, including the S&P Global Property Index, the S&P Developed REIT Index, and S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Indices.
Visit Standard and Poor’s Web site