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Table Data - Market Hotness: Hotness Rank in Hernando County, FL

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Title Market Hotness: Hotness Rank in Hernando County, FL
Series ID HORAMMCOUNTY12053
Source Realtor.com
Release Market Hotness Index
Seasonal Adjustment Not Seasonally Adjusted
Frequency Monthly
Units Rank Change
Date Range 2017-08-01 to 2024-06-01
Last Updated 2024-07-10 9:29 AM CDT
Notes Market hotness rank for the specified zip code, county, or metro area's compared to all other zip codes, counties and metro areas nationally. A rank value of 1 is considered the hottest in the country.

The change in Hotness rank from the previous month. A positive value indicates a market has cooled down (moved down in ranking), and a negative value indicates a market has heated up (moved up in ranking).

With the release of its November 2021 housing trends report, Realtor.comĀ® incorporated a new and improved methodology for capturing and reporting housing inventory trends and metrics. The new methodology uses the latest and most accurate data mapping of listing statuses to yield a cleaner and more consistent measurement of active listings at both the national and local level. The methodology has also been adjusted to better account for missing data in some fields including square footage. Most areas across the country will see minor changes with a smaller handful of areas seeing larger updates. As a result of these changes, the data released since December 2021 will not be directly comparable with previous data releases (files downloaded before December 2021) and Realtor.comĀ® economics blog posts. However, future data releases, including historical data, will consistently apply the new methodology. More details are available at the source's Real Estate Data Library.
DATE VALUE
2017-08-01 158
2017-09-01 186
2017-10-01 156
2017-11-01 64
2017-12-01 75
2018-01-01 80
2018-02-01 125
2018-03-01 167
2018-04-01 334
2018-05-01 433
2018-06-01 333
2018-07-01 315
2018-08-01 274
2018-09-01 191
2018-10-01 56
2018-11-01 63
2018-12-01 34
2019-01-01 87
2019-02-01 49
2019-03-01 80
2019-04-01 267
2019-05-01 404
2019-06-01 460
2019-07-01 322
2019-08-01 214
2019-09-01 188
2019-10-01 163
2019-11-01 114
2019-12-01 43
2020-01-01 55
2020-02-01 128
2020-03-01 261
2020-04-01 193
2020-05-01 317
2020-06-01 319
2020-07-01 268
2020-08-01 177
2020-09-01 216
2020-10-01 151
2020-11-01 83
2020-12-01 84
2021-01-01 136
2021-02-01 89
2021-03-01 169
2021-04-01 124
2021-05-01 172
2021-06-01 132
2021-07-01 87
2021-08-01 109
2021-09-01 70
2021-10-01 88
2021-11-01 70
2021-12-01 50
2022-01-01 51
2022-02-01 111
2022-03-01 172
2022-04-01 222
2022-05-01 250
2022-06-01 229
2022-07-01 250
2022-08-01 418
2022-09-01 373
2022-10-01 730
2022-11-01 804
2022-12-01 651
2023-01-01 577
2023-02-01 817
2023-03-01 1060
2023-04-01 948
2023-05-01 1030
2023-06-01 740
2023-07-01 683
2023-08-01 724
2023-09-01 762
2023-10-01 691
2023-11-01 631
2023-12-01 852
2024-01-01 722
2024-02-01 797
2024-03-01 1034
2024-04-01 1172
2024-05-01 1055
2024-06-01 1199

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