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Are housing market
conditions getting better
or worse in your area?
Every quarter, the Federal
Reserve Bank of St. Louis posts
a report on its website with the
latest data on housing market
conditions in the U.S., with a
particular emphasis on the
seven states that the St. Louis
Fed serves (Arkansas, Illinois,
Indiana, Kentucky, Mississippi,
Missouri and Tennessee) and
the four largest MSAs within
our district.

Seriously Delinquent Mortgages | December 2017
U.S. DATA

In each report, you will see:
• Color-coded maps that show the
percentage of mortgages considered
seriously delinquent or in foreclosure,
as well as maps that show the change in
these numbers since the last report. The
U.S. maps are divided into counties; the
state and MSA maps are broken down by
ZIP codes.
• A simple chart showing how house
prices have changed. The chart starts in
2000 so that you can see prices before the
financial crisis, during it and afterward.
A separate chart is available for the U.S.,
for each of our states and for the MSAs
of Little Rock, Louisville, Memphis and
St. Louis.

A new report on housing
market conditions is published
every March, June, September
and December.
To see the full report, go to:
stlouisfed.org/HMC.

STATE DATA
MSA DATA

Insufficient
data
0%–2%
2%–4%
4%–6%
6%–8%
8%–10%
10%–12%

Memphis MSA

Arkansas

12% or
higher

St. Louis, Mo. MSA House Prices | Q4 2017
INDEXED: Q1 2000 = 100

180

St. Louis MSA House Prices
Indexed: Q1 2000 = 100

Federal Housing
Finance Agency
Seasonally Adjusted
Expanded HPI

170
160

CoreLogic Seasonally
Adjusted HPI

150
140
130
120
110
100

Federal Housing Finance Agency Seasonally Adjusted Expanded HPI

CoreLogic Seasonally Adjusted HPI

SOURCES: Black Knight Financial Services McDash™ Database, Federal Housing Finance Agency and CoreLogic.
All data for these graphics are as of 2017:Q4. CD1228