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The RHPI measures the price changes of single-family properties throughout the U.S.
Among the Core Based Statistical Areas (CBSAs) tracked by First American, the five markets with the greatest year-over-year increase in the RHPI are: Cleveland (+28.2 percent), Las Vegas (+26.6 percent), Cincinnati (+23.8 percent), Atlanta (+23.4 percent), and Orlando, Fla.
"Our Real House Price Index (RHPI) uses consumer house-buying power to adjust nominal house prices, offering insight into affordability.
The five states with the greatest year-over-year increase in the RHPI are: Nevada (+22.3 percent), New Jersey (+20.0 percent), Michigan (+19.8 percent), Ohio (+19.7 percent), and Alaska (+18.1 percent).
No state had a year-over-year decrease in the RHPI in August.
The five states with the greatest year-over-year increase in the RHPI are: Nevada (+21.0 percent), Ohio (+18.5 percent), New York (+18.3 percent), Michigan (+17.5 percent), and New Hampshire (+17.2 percent).
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- Rhotic and non-rhotic accents
- RHP Sia
- RHQ AFNORTH
- RHQ AFSOUTH
- RHQ EASTLANT
- RHQ SOUTHLANT
- RHQ WESTLANT