June is National Homeownership Month, a time to celebrate the value that owning a home brings to families and communities. NAR has created a Homeownership Month landing page that outlines things that we will be doing during the month and includes resources that you can share with your members. We applaud the White House for marking the occasion with a new proclamation. If you plan to share Homeownership Month posts on social media, please use the hashtags #HomeownershipMonth and #Homeownership.
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As prices climb, homeowners who’ve owned their homes for a while have seen a boost in appreciation.
Over the past decade, a homeowner who purchased a single-family existing home would have gained $229,400 in home equity if the home were sold at the median price in the fourth quarter of 2021, according to a new analysis by the National Association of REALTORS®, as reported on the association’s Economists’ Outlook blog.
In the past five years, home prices have notably climbed—rising at an annual pace of nearly 10%, NAR reports. A homeowner who purchased a typical home five years ago would have gained $125,300 from just price appreciation alone.
The Western region of the U.S. has had the most areas of the country where homeowners have built up the largest amount of home equity, led by San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara, Calif.; San Francisco-Oakland-Hayward, Calif.; Anaheim-Santa Ana-Irvine, Calif.; and urban Honolulu, Hawaii. Read more here.
NAR members are encouraged to leverage NAR’s ad campaign by tapping into its resources and sharing out who you are and the value you bring to consumers. Download advertising and social media assets. All brand-boosting assets on this website will require member sign-in credentials as they are limited to REALTOR® usage only. Examples of usage and brand guidelines can also be found. Read more here.