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  • Fine Troy Ounces, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted

    The Status Report of U.S. Government Gold Reserve (https://fiscaldata.treasury.gov/datasets/status-report-government-gold-reserve/u-s-treasury-owned-gold) can be found on FiscalData and is available for download in multiple machine-readable formats with complete metadata. Deep Storage is the portion of the U.S. Government-owned gold bullion reserve which the Mint secures in sealed vaults that are examined annually by the Treasury Department's Office of the Inspector General and consists primarily of gold bars.

  • U.S. Dollars, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted

    The Status Report of U.S. Government Gold Reserve (https://fiscaldata.treasury.gov/datasets/status-report-government-gold-reserve/u-s-treasury-owned-gold) can be found on FiscalData and is available for download in multiple machine-readable formats with complete metadata. Book value is determined such that the Department of the Treasury records U.S. Government owned gold reserve at the values stated in 31 USC § 5116-5117 (statutory rate). Deep Storage is the portion of the U.S. Government-owned gold bullion reserve which the Mint secures in sealed vaults that are examined annually by the Treasury Department's Office of the Inspector General and consists primarily of gold bars.

  • Percentage Points, Monthly, Seasonally Adjusted

    Sahm Recession Indicator signals the start of a recession when the three-month moving average of the national unemployment rate (U3) (https://fred.stlouisfed.org/series/UNRATE) rises by 0.50 percentage points or more relative to its low during the previous 12 months. This indicator is based on "real-time" data, that is, the unemployment rate (and the recent history of unemployment rates) that were available in a given month. The BLS revises the unemployment rate each year at the beginning of January, when the December unemployment rate for the prior year is published. Revisions to the seasonal factors can affect estimates in recent years. Otherwise the unemployment rate does not revise.

  • Percentage Points, Monthly, Seasonally Adjusted

    Sahm Recession Indicator signals the start of a recession when the three-month moving average of the national unemployment rate (U3) (https://fred.stlouisfed.org/series/UNRATE) rises by 0.50 percentage points or more relative to its low during the previous 12 months.

  • Index, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted

    The AD&Co US Mortgage High Yield Index crOAS, credit-and-option-adjusted spread, is an extension of the traditional OAS measure. On a set of 20 standardized, probabilistically weighted, market-and-model stress scenarios, AD&Co computes a discount rate that equates expected present value of tranche's cash flows to the observed market price; the cash flows are loss-adjusted using AD&Co's LoanDynamics Model (LDM). Investors and fund managers can use the index to assess the broad market returns, risks and opportunities available through investing in a market-weighted, passive portfolio of US mortgage credit risk transfer instruments. The Index also provides a means of comparing the returns of an actively managed portfolio against a passive, naive market portfolio as approximated by the Index. The Mid-Tier and its sub-indices allow for approximations of performance comparisons by vintage or age, across the capital stack, and by initial credit risk level and/or vintage as indicated by original attachment point. <b>Disclaimer:</b> The AD&Co U.S. Mortgage High-Yield Index serves as an informational index and is not for commercial-use purposes. The Index's accuracy, completeness, timeliness and suitability for any purpose are not guaranteed. The Index does not constitute (1) investment, legal, accounting, tax, or other professional advice or (2) any recommendation or solicitation to purchase, hold, sell, or otherwise deal in any investment. This Index has been prepared for general informational purposes, without consideration of the circumstances or objectives of any particular investor. Any reliance on the Index is at the reader's sole risk. All investment is subject to numerous risks, known and unknown. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. For investment advice, seek a qualified investment professional. Not for redistribution without permission. Note: An affiliate of Andrew Davidson & Co., Inc. engages in trading activities in investments that may be the same or similar to those featured in the Index. <b>Index Inclusion Rules</b> Only cash CAS and STACR bonds offered to the public, whether they are exchangeable or not, that have or have had IDC prices. Bond factor > = .25 Floating rate bonds only. Collateral Types 30 Year Residential. Fixed Rate: STACR-DN, DNA, HQ, HQA, HRP, CAS – C0 Tranche names – B, B1, B2, M3, M2, M1 Normally listed on GSE websites: <a href='https://crt.freddiemac.com/offerings/stacr.aspx#issuance-details'>Freddie Mac</a>, <a href='http://www.fanniemae.com/portal/funding-the-market/credit-risk/transactions.html'>Fannie Mae</a> No private placements No Child Classes (Exchangeable into) or Retained Classes (H bonds) No CIRT, ACIS, SPI Original attachment points and CAS STACR <table style='width:50%'><tr><th>Tier</th><th>Attachment Points</th><th>CAS STACR Class</th></tr><tr><td>0</td><td>> = 0.00 < .25</td><td>STACR Class B, B2; CAS Class B</td></tr><tr><td>1</td><td>> = 0.25 < .95</td><td>STACR Class B1, Old M3; CAS Class B1</td></tr><tr><td>2</td><td>> = 0.95 < 1.75</td><td>STACR Class M3, M2; CAS Class M2</td></tr><tr><td>3</td><td>> = 1.75 < 3.75</td><td>STACR Class M2, M1; CAS Class M1</td></tr><tr><td>Mid</td><td>> = 0.25 < 3.75</td><td>STACR Class Mixed; CAS Class Mixed</td></tr></table> Input data provided by Intex and ICE Data Services. © Andrew Davidson & Co., Inc. All rights reserved.

  • Index, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted

    The AD&Co US Mortgage High Yield Index crOAS, credit-and-option-adjusted spread, is an extension of the traditional OAS measure. On a set of 20 standardized, probabilistically weighted, market-and-model stress scenarios, AD&Co computes a discount rate that equates expected present value of tranche's cash flows to the observed market price; the cash flows are loss-adjusted using AD&Co's LoanDynamics Model (LDM). Investors and fund managers can use the index to assess the broad market returns, risks and opportunities available through investing in a market-weighted, passive portfolio of US mortgage credit risk transfer instruments. The Index also provides a means of comparing the returns of an actively managed portfolio against a passive, naive market portfolio as approximated by the Index. The Mid-Tier and its sub-indices allow for approximations of performance comparisons by vintage or age, across the capital stack, and by initial credit risk level and/or vintage as indicated by original attachment point. Until February of 2022, AD&Co has been computing crOAS relative to the Libor-swap rate curve that is set to retire in 2023. Following the prevailing market trend and starting from its February-end report, AD&Co began computing the crOAS metric relative to the Treasury-curve benchmark. Given the differences between the two rate curves, this change should account for approximately 6 to 12 bps widening in spread for the AD&Co CRT Indices. <b>Disclaimer:</b> The AD&Co U.S. Mortgage High-Yield Index serves as an informational index and is not for commercial-use purposes. The Index's accuracy, completeness, timeliness and suitability for any purpose are not guaranteed. The Index does not constitute (1) investment, legal, accounting, tax, or other professional advice or (2) any recommendation or solicitation to purchase, hold, sell, or otherwise deal in any investment. This Index has been prepared for general informational purposes, without consideration of the circumstances or objectives of any particular investor. Any reliance on the Index is at the reader's sole risk. All investment is subject to numerous risks, known and unknown. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. For investment advice, seek a qualified investment professional. Not for redistribution without permission. Note: An affiliate of Andrew Davidson & Co., Inc. engages in trading activities in investments that may be the same or similar to those featured in the Index. <b>Index Inclusion Rules</b> Only cash CAS and STACR bonds offered to the public, whether they are exchangeable or not, that have or have had IDC prices. Bond factor > = .25 Floating rate bonds only. Collateral Types 30 Year Residential. Fixed Rate: STACR-DN, DNA, HQ, HQA, HRP, CAS – C0 Tranche names – B, B1, B2, M3, M2, M1 Normally listed on GSE websites: <a href='https://crt.freddiemac.com/offerings/stacr.aspx#issuance-details'>Freddie Mac</a>, <a href='http://www.fanniemae.com/portal/funding-the-market/credit-risk/transactions.html'>Fannie Mae</a> No private placements No Child Classes (Exchangeable into) or Retained Classes (H bonds) No CIRT, ACIS, SPI Original attachment points and CAS STACR <table style='width:50%'><tr><th>Tier</th><th>Attachment Points</th><th>CAS STACR Class</th></tr><tr><td>0</td><td>> = 0.00 < .25</td><td>STACR Class B, B2; CAS Class B</td></tr><tr><td>1</td><td>> = 0.25 < .95</td><td>STACR Class B1, Old M3; CAS Class B1</td></tr><tr><td>2</td><td>> = 0.95 < 1.75</td><td>STACR Class M3, M2; CAS Class M2</td></tr><tr><td>3</td><td>> = 1.75 < 3.75</td><td>STACR Class M2, M1; CAS Class M1</td></tr><tr><td>Mid</td><td>> = 0.25 < 3.75</td><td>STACR Class Mixed; CAS Class Mixed</td></tr></table> Input data provided by Intex and ICE Data Services. © Andrew Davidson & Co., Inc. All rights reserved.

  • Index, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted

    The AD&Co US Mortgage High Yield Index crOAS, credit-and-option-adjusted spread, is an extension of the traditional OAS measure. On a set of 20 standardized, probabilistically weighted, market-and-model stress scenarios, AD&Co computes a discount rate that equates expected present value of tranche's cash flows to the observed market price; the cash flows are loss-adjusted using AD&Co's LoanDynamics Model (LDM). Investors and fund managers can use the index to assess the broad market returns, risks and opportunities available through investing in a market-weighted, passive portfolio of US mortgage credit risk transfer instruments. The Index also provides a means of comparing the returns of an actively managed portfolio against a passive, naive market portfolio as approximated by the Index. The Mid-Tier and its sub-indices allow for approximations of performance comparisons by vintage or age, across the capital stack, and by initial credit risk level and/or vintage as indicated by original attachment point. Until February of 2022, AD&Co has been computing crOAS relative to the Libor-swap rate curve that is set to retire in 2023. Following the prevailing market trend and starting from its February-end report, AD&Co began computing the crOAS metric relative to the Treasury-curve benchmark. Given the differences between the two rate curves, this change should account for approximately 6 to 12 bps widening in spread for the AD&Co CRT Indices. <b>Disclaimer:</b> The AD&Co U.S. Mortgage High-Yield Index serves as an informational index and is not for commercial-use purposes. The Index's accuracy, completeness, timeliness and suitability for any purpose are not guaranteed. The Index does not constitute (1) investment, legal, accounting, tax, or other professional advice or (2) any recommendation or solicitation to purchase, hold, sell, or otherwise deal in any investment. This Index has been prepared for general informational purposes, without consideration of the circumstances or objectives of any particular investor. Any reliance on the Index is at the reader's sole risk. All investment is subject to numerous risks, known and unknown. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. For investment advice, seek a qualified investment professional. Not for redistribution without permission. Note: An affiliate of Andrew Davidson & Co., Inc. engages in trading activities in investments that may be the same or similar to those featured in the Index. <b>Index Inclusion Rules</b> Only cash CAS and STACR bonds offered to the public, whether they are exchangeable or not, that have or have had IDC prices. Bond factor > = .25 Floating rate bonds only. Collateral Types 30 Year Residential. Fixed Rate: STACR-DN, DNA, HQ, HQA, HRP, CAS – C0 Tranche names – B, B1, B2, M3, M2, M1 Normally listed on GSE websites: <a href='https://crt.freddiemac.com/offerings/stacr.aspx#issuance-details'>Freddie Mac</a>, <a href='http://www.fanniemae.com/portal/funding-the-market/credit-risk/transactions.html'>Fannie Mae</a> No private placements No Child Classes (Exchangeable into) or Retained Classes (H bonds) No CIRT, ACIS, SPI Original attachment points and CAS STACR <table style='width:50%'><tr><th>Tier</th><th>Attachment Points</th><th>CAS STACR Class</th></tr><tr><td>0</td><td>> = 0.00 < .25</td><td>STACR Class B, B2; CAS Class B</td></tr><tr><td>1</td><td>> = 0.25 < .95</td><td>STACR Class B1, Old M3; CAS Class B1</td></tr><tr><td>2</td><td>> = 0.95 < 1.75</td><td>STACR Class M3, M2; CAS Class M2</td></tr><tr><td>3</td><td>> = 1.75 < 3.75</td><td>STACR Class M2, M1; CAS Class M1</td></tr><tr><td>Mid</td><td>> = 0.25 < 3.75</td><td>STACR Class Mixed; CAS Class Mixed</td></tr></table> Input data provided by Intex and ICE Data Services. © Andrew Davidson & Co., Inc. All rights reserved.

  • Index, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted

    The AD&Co US Mortgage High Yield Index crOAS, credit-and-option-adjusted spread, is an extension of the traditional OAS measure. On a set of 20 standardized, probabilistically weighted, market-and-model stress scenarios, AD&Co computes a discount rate that equates expected present value of tranche's cash flows to the observed market price; the cash flows are loss-adjusted using AD&Co's LoanDynamics Model (LDM). Investors and fund managers can use the index to assess the broad market returns, risks and opportunities available through investing in a market-weighted, passive portfolio of US mortgage credit risk transfer instruments. The Index also provides a means of comparing the returns of an actively managed portfolio against a passive, naive market portfolio as approximated by the Index. The Mid-Tier and its sub-indices allow for approximations of performance comparisons by vintage or age, across the capital stack, and by initial credit risk level and/or vintage as indicated by original attachment point. Until February of 2022, AD&Co has been computing crOAS relative to the Libor-swap rate curve that is set to retire in 2023. Following the prevailing market trend and starting from its February-end report, AD&Co began computing the crOAS metric relative to the Treasury-curve benchmark. Given the differences between the two rate curves, this change should account for approximately 6 to 12 bps widening in spread for the AD&Co CRT Indices. <b>Disclaimer:</b> The AD&Co U.S. Mortgage High-Yield Index serves as an informational index and is not for commercial-use purposes. The Index's accuracy, completeness, timeliness and suitability for any purpose are not guaranteed. The Index does not constitute (1) investment, legal, accounting, tax, or other professional advice or (2) any recommendation or solicitation to purchase, hold, sell, or otherwise deal in any investment. This Index has been prepared for general informational purposes, without consideration of the circumstances or objectives of any particular investor. Any reliance on the Index is at the reader's sole risk. All investment is subject to numerous risks, known and unknown. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. For investment advice, seek a qualified investment professional. Not for redistribution without permission. Note: An affiliate of Andrew Davidson & Co., Inc. engages in trading activities in investments that may be the same or similar to those featured in the Index. <b>Index Inclusion Rules</b> Only cash CAS and STACR bonds offered to the public, whether they are exchangeable or not, that have or have had IDC prices. Bond factor > = .25 Floating rate bonds only. Collateral Types 30 Year Residential. Fixed Rate: STACR-DN, DNA, HQ, HQA, HRP, CAS – C0 Tranche names – B, B1, B2, M3, M2, M1 Normally listed on GSE websites: <a href='https://crt.freddiemac.com/offerings/stacr.aspx#issuance-details'>Freddie Mac</a>, <a href='http://www.fanniemae.com/portal/funding-the-market/credit-risk/transactions.html'>Fannie Mae</a> No private placements No Child Classes (Exchangeable into) or Retained Classes (H bonds) No CIRT, ACIS, SPI Original attachment points and CAS STACR <table style='width:50%'><tr><th>Tier</th><th>Attachment Points</th><th>CAS STACR Class</th></tr><tr><td>0</td><td>> = 0.00 < .25</td><td>STACR Class B, B2; CAS Class B</td></tr><tr><td>1</td><td>> = 0.25 < .95</td><td>STACR Class B1, Old M3; CAS Class B1</td></tr><tr><td>2</td><td>> = 0.95 < 1.75</td><td>STACR Class M3, M2; CAS Class M2</td></tr><tr><td>3</td><td>> = 1.75 < 3.75</td><td>STACR Class M2, M1; CAS Class M1</td></tr><tr><td>Mid</td><td>> = 0.25 < 3.75</td><td>STACR Class Mixed; CAS Class Mixed</td></tr></table> Input data provided by Intex and ICE Data Services. © Andrew Davidson & Co., Inc. All rights reserved.

  • Index Jun 2015=100, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted

    The AD&Co US Mortgage High Yield Index (USMHY) tracks the total return of the bonds issued within the CRT programs of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. USMHY is an informational, investment-oriented monthly index of the return components: price, coupon, paydown, and credit loss. Accompanied by standard risk metrics from our models, the index is useful for comparisons with individual CRT bonds or relative value to other credit markets. Investors and fund managers can use the index to assess the broad market returns, risks and opportunities available through investing in a market-weighted, passive portfolio of US mortgage credit risk transfer instruments. The Index also provides a means of comparing the returns of an actively managed portfolio against a passive, naive market portfolio as approximated by the Index. The Mid-Tier and its sub-indices allow for approximations of performance comparisons by vintage or age, across the capital stack, and by initial credit risk level and/or vintage as indicated by original attachment point. <b>Disclaimer:</b> The AD&Co U.S. Mortgage High-Yield Index serves as an informational index and is not for commercial-use purposes. The Index's accuracy, completeness, timeliness and suitability for any purpose are not guaranteed. The Index does not constitute (1) investment, legal, accounting, tax, or other professional advice or (2) any recommendation or solicitation to purchase, hold, sell, or otherwise deal in any investment. This Index has been prepared for general informational purposes, without consideration of the circumstances or objectives of any particular investor. Any reliance on the Index is at the reader's sole risk. All investment is subject to numerous risks, known and unknown. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. For investment advice, seek a qualified investment professional. Not for redistribution without permission. Note: An affiliate of Andrew Davidson & Co., Inc. engages in trading activities in investments that may be the same or similar to those featured in the Index. <b>Index Inclusion Rules</b> Only cash CAS and STACR bonds offered to the public, whether they are exchangeable or not, that have or have had IDC prices. Bond factor > = .25 Floating rate bonds only. Collateral Types 30 Year Residential. Fixed Rate: STACR-DN, DNA, HQ, HQA, HRP, CAS – C0 Tranche names – B, B1, B2, M3, M2, M1 Normally listed on GSE websites: <a href='https://crt.freddiemac.com/offerings/stacr.aspx#issuance-details'>Freddie Mac</a>, <a href='http://www.fanniemae.com/portal/funding-the-market/credit-risk/transactions.html'>Fannie Mae</a> No private placements No Child Classes (Exchangeable into) or Retained Classes (H bonds) No CIRT, ACIS, SPI Original attachment points and CAS STACR <table style='width:50%'><tr><th>Tier</th><th>Attachment Points</th><th>CAS STACR Class</th></tr><tr><td>0</td><td>> = 0.00 < .25</td><td>STACR Class B, B2; CAS Class B</td></tr><tr><td>1</td><td>> = 0.25 < .95</td><td>STACR Class B1, Old M3; CAS Class B1</td></tr><tr><td>2</td><td>> = 0.95 < 1.75</td><td>STACR Class M3, M2; CAS Class M2</td></tr><tr><td>3</td><td>> = 1.75 < 3.75</td><td>STACR Class M2, M1; CAS Class M1</td></tr><tr><td>Mid</td><td>> = 0.25 < 3.75</td><td>STACR Class Mixed; CAS Class Mixed</td></tr></table> Input data provided by Intex and ICE Data Services. © Andrew Davidson & Co., Inc. All rights reserved.

  • Index, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted

    The AD&Co US Mortgage High Yield Index crOAS, credit-and-option-adjusted spread, is an extension of the traditional OAS measure. On a set of 20 standardized, probabilistically weighted, market-and-model stress scenarios, AD&Co computes a discount rate that equates expected present value of tranche's cash flows to the observed market price; the cash flows are loss-adjusted using AD&Co's LoanDynamics Model (LDM). Investors and fund managers can use the index to assess the broad market returns, risks and opportunities available through investing in a market-weighted, passive portfolio of US mortgage credit risk transfer instruments. The Index also provides a means of comparing the returns of an actively managed portfolio against a passive, naive market portfolio as approximated by the Index. The Mid-Tier and its sub-indices allow for approximations of performance comparisons by vintage or age, across the capital stack, and by initial credit risk level and/or vintage as indicated by original attachment point. Until February of 2022, AD&Co has been computing crOAS relative to the Libor-swap rate curve that is set to retire in 2023. Following the prevailing market trend and starting from its February-end report, AD&Co began computing the crOAS metric relative to the Treasury-curve benchmark. Given the differences between the two rate curves, this change should account for approximately 6 to 12 bps widening in spread for the AD&Co CRT Indices. <b>Disclaimer:</b> The AD&Co U.S. Mortgage High-Yield Index serves as an informational index and is not for commercial-use purposes. The Index's accuracy, completeness, timeliness and suitability for any purpose are not guaranteed. The Index does not constitute (1) investment, legal, accounting, tax, or other professional advice or (2) any recommendation or solicitation to purchase, hold, sell, or otherwise deal in any investment. This Index has been prepared for general informational purposes, without consideration of the circumstances or objectives of any particular investor. Any reliance on the Index is at the reader's sole risk. All investment is subject to numerous risks, known and unknown. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. For investment advice, seek a qualified investment professional. Not for redistribution without permission. Note: An affiliate of Andrew Davidson & Co., Inc. engages in trading activities in investments that may be the same or similar to those featured in the Index. <b>Index Inclusion Rules</b> Only cash CAS and STACR bonds offered to the public, whether they are exchangeable or not, that have or have had IDC prices. Bond factor > = .25 Floating rate bonds only. Collateral Types 30 Year Residential. Fixed Rate: STACR-DN, DNA, HQ, HQA, HRP, CAS – C0 Tranche names – B, B1, B2, M3, M2, M1 Normally listed on GSE websites: <a href='https://crt.freddiemac.com/offerings/stacr.aspx#issuance-details'>Freddie Mac</a>, <a href='http://www.fanniemae.com/portal/funding-the-market/credit-risk/transactions.html'>Fannie Mae</a> No private placements No Child Classes (Exchangeable into) or Retained Classes (H bonds) No CIRT, ACIS, SPI Original attachment points and CAS STACR <table style='width:50%'><tr><th>Tier</th><th>Attachment Points</th><th>CAS STACR Class</th></tr><tr><td>0</td><td>> = 0.00 < .25</td><td>STACR Class B, B2; CAS Class B</td></tr><tr><td>1</td><td>> = 0.25 < .95</td><td>STACR Class B1, Old M3; CAS Class B1</td></tr><tr><td>2</td><td>> = 0.95 < 1.75</td><td>STACR Class M3, M2; CAS Class M2</td></tr><tr><td>3</td><td>> = 1.75 < 3.75</td><td>STACR Class M2, M1; CAS Class M1</td></tr><tr><td>Mid</td><td>> = 0.25 < 3.75</td><td>STACR Class Mixed; CAS Class Mixed</td></tr></table> Input data provided by Intex and ICE Data Services. © Andrew Davidson & Co., Inc. All rights reserved.

  • Index Jun 2015=100, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted

    The AD&Co US Mortgage High Yield Index (USMHY) tracks the total return of the bonds issued within the CRT programs of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. USMHY is an informational, investment-oriented monthly index of the return components: price, coupon, paydown, and credit loss. Accompanied by standard risk metrics from our models, the index is useful for comparisons with individual CRT bonds or relative value to other credit markets. Investors and fund managers can use the index to assess the broad market returns, risks and opportunities available through investing in a market-weighted, passive portfolio of US mortgage credit risk transfer instruments. The Index also provides a means of comparing the returns of an actively managed portfolio against a passive, naive market portfolio as approximated by the Index. The Mid-Tier and its sub-indices allow for approximations of performance comparisons by vintage or age, across the capital stack, and by initial credit risk level and/or vintage as indicated by original attachment point. <b>Disclaimer:</b> The AD&Co U.S. Mortgage High-Yield Index serves as an informational index and is not for commercial-use purposes. The Index's accuracy, completeness, timeliness and suitability for any purpose are not guaranteed. The Index does not constitute (1) investment, legal, accounting, tax, or other professional advice or (2) any recommendation or solicitation to purchase, hold, sell, or otherwise deal in any investment. This Index has been prepared for general informational purposes, without consideration of the circumstances or objectives of any particular investor. Any reliance on the Index is at the reader's sole risk. All investment is subject to numerous risks, known and unknown. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. For investment advice, seek a qualified investment professional. Not for redistribution without permission. Note: An affiliate of Andrew Davidson & Co., Inc. engages in trading activities in investments that may be the same or similar to those featured in the Index. <b>Index Inclusion Rules</b> Only cash CAS and STACR bonds offered to the public, whether they are exchangeable or not, that have or have had IDC prices. Bond factor > = .25 Floating rate bonds only. Collateral Types 30 Year Residential. Fixed Rate: STACR-DN, DNA, HQ, HQA, HRP, CAS – C0 Tranche names – B, B1, B2, M3, M2, M1 Normally listed on GSE websites: <a href='https://crt.freddiemac.com/offerings/stacr.aspx#issuance-details'>Freddie Mac</a>, <a href='http://www.fanniemae.com/portal/funding-the-market/credit-risk/transactions.html'>Fannie Mae</a> No private placements No Child Classes (Exchangeable into) or Retained Classes (H bonds) No CIRT, ACIS, SPI Original attachment points and CAS STACR <table style='width:50%'><tr><th>Tier</th><th>Attachment Points</th><th>CAS STACR Class</th></tr><tr><td>0</td><td>> = 0.00 < .25</td><td>STACR Class B, B2; CAS Class B</td></tr><tr><td>1</td><td>> = 0.25 < .95</td><td>STACR Class B1, Old M3; CAS Class B1</td></tr><tr><td>2</td><td>> = 0.95 < 1.75</td><td>STACR Class M3, M2; CAS Class M2</td></tr><tr><td>3</td><td>> = 1.75 < 3.75</td><td>STACR Class M2, M1; CAS Class M1</td></tr><tr><td>Mid</td><td>> = 0.25 < 3.75</td><td>STACR Class Mixed; CAS Class Mixed</td></tr></table> Input data provided by Intex and ICE Data Services. © Andrew Davidson & Co., Inc. All rights reserved.

  • Index Jun 2015=100, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted

    The AD&Co US Mortgage High Yield Index (USMHY) tracks the total return of the bonds issued within the CRT programs of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. USMHY is an informational, investment-oriented monthly index of the return components: price, coupon, paydown, and credit loss. Accompanied by standard risk metrics from our models, the index is useful for comparisons with individual CRT bonds or relative value to other credit markets. Investors and fund managers can use the index to assess the broad market returns, risks and opportunities available through investing in a market-weighted, passive portfolio of US mortgage credit risk transfer instruments. The Index also provides a means of comparing the returns of an actively managed portfolio against a passive, naive market portfolio as approximated by the Index. The Mid-Tier and its sub-indices allow for approximations of performance comparisons by vintage or age, across the capital stack, and by initial credit risk level and/or vintage as indicated by original attachment point. <b>Disclaimer:</b> The AD&Co U.S. Mortgage High-Yield Index serves as an informational index and is not for commercial-use purposes. The Index's accuracy, completeness, timeliness and suitability for any purpose are not guaranteed. The Index does not constitute (1) investment, legal, accounting, tax, or other professional advice or (2) any recommendation or solicitation to purchase, hold, sell, or otherwise deal in any investment. This Index has been prepared for general informational purposes, without consideration of the circumstances or objectives of any particular investor. Any reliance on the Index is at the reader's sole risk. All investment is subject to numerous risks, known and unknown. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. For investment advice, seek a qualified investment professional. Not for redistribution without permission. Note: An affiliate of Andrew Davidson & Co., Inc. engages in trading activities in investments that may be the same or similar to those featured in the Index. <b>Index Inclusion Rules</b> Only cash CAS and STACR bonds offered to the public, whether they are exchangeable or not, that have or have had IDC prices. Bond factor > = .25 Floating rate bonds only. Collateral Types 30 Year Residential. Fixed Rate: STACR-DN, DNA, HQ, HQA, HRP, CAS – C0 Tranche names – B, B1, B2, M3, M2, M1 Normally listed on GSE websites: <a href='https://crt.freddiemac.com/offerings/stacr.aspx#issuance-details'>Freddie Mac</a>, <a href='http://www.fanniemae.com/portal/funding-the-market/credit-risk/transactions.html'>Fannie Mae</a> No private placements No Child Classes (Exchangeable into) or Retained Classes (H bonds) No CIRT, ACIS, SPI Original attachment points and CAS STACR <table style='width:50%'><tr><th>Tier</th><th>Attachment Points</th><th>CAS STACR Class</th></tr><tr><td>0</td><td>> = 0.00 < .25</td><td>STACR Class B, B2; CAS Class B</td></tr><tr><td>1</td><td>> = 0.25 < .95</td><td>STACR Class B1, Old M3; CAS Class B1</td></tr><tr><td>2</td><td>> = 0.95 < 1.75</td><td>STACR Class M3, M2; CAS Class M2</td></tr><tr><td>3</td><td>> = 1.75 < 3.75</td><td>STACR Class M2, M1; CAS Class M1</td></tr><tr><td>Mid</td><td>> = 0.25 < 3.75</td><td>STACR Class Mixed; CAS Class Mixed</td></tr></table> Input data provided by Intex and ICE Data Services. © Andrew Davidson & Co., Inc. All rights reserved.

  • Index Jun 2015=100, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted

    The AD&Co US Mortgage High Yield Index (USMHY) tracks the total return of the bonds issued within the CRT programs of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. USMHY is an informational, investment-oriented monthly index of the return components: price, coupon, paydown, and credit loss. Accompanied by standard risk metrics from our models, the index is useful for comparisons with individual CRT bonds or relative value to other credit markets. Investors and fund managers can use the index to assess the broad market returns, risks and opportunities available through investing in a market-weighted, passive portfolio of US mortgage credit risk transfer instruments. The Index also provides a means of comparing the returns of an actively managed portfolio against a passive, naive market portfolio as approximated by the Index. The Mid-Tier and its sub-indices allow for approximations of performance comparisons by vintage or age, across the capital stack, and by initial credit risk level and/or vintage as indicated by original attachment point. <b>Disclaimer:</b> The AD&Co U.S. Mortgage High-Yield Index serves as an informational index and is not for commercial-use purposes. The Index's accuracy, completeness, timeliness and suitability for any purpose are not guaranteed. The Index does not constitute (1) investment, legal, accounting, tax, or other professional advice or (2) any recommendation or solicitation to purchase, hold, sell, or otherwise deal in any investment. This Index has been prepared for general informational purposes, without consideration of the circumstances or objectives of any particular investor. Any reliance on the Index is at the reader's sole risk. All investment is subject to numerous risks, known and unknown. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. For investment advice, seek a qualified investment professional. Not for redistribution without permission. Note: An affiliate of Andrew Davidson & Co., Inc. engages in trading activities in investments that may be the same or similar to those featured in the Index. <b>Index Inclusion Rules</b> Only cash CAS and STACR bonds offered to the public, whether they are exchangeable or not, that have or have had IDC prices. Bond factor > = .25 Floating rate bonds only. Collateral Types 30 Year Residential. Fixed Rate: STACR-DN, DNA, HQ, HQA, HRP, CAS – C0 Tranche names – B, B1, B2, M3, M2, M1 Normally listed on GSE websites: <a href='https://crt.freddiemac.com/offerings/stacr.aspx#issuance-details'>Freddie Mac</a>, <a href='http://www.fanniemae.com/portal/funding-the-market/credit-risk/transactions.html'>Fannie Mae</a> No private placements No Child Classes (Exchangeable into) or Retained Classes (H bonds) No CIRT, ACIS, SPI Original attachment points and CAS STACR <table style='width:50%'><tr><th>Tier</th><th>Attachment Points</th><th>CAS STACR Class</th></tr><tr><td>0</td><td>> = 0.00 < .25</td><td>STACR Class B, B2; CAS Class B</td></tr><tr><td>1</td><td>> = 0.25 < .95</td><td>STACR Class B1, Old M3; CAS Class B1</td></tr><tr><td>2</td><td>> = 0.95 < 1.75</td><td>STACR Class M3, M2; CAS Class M2</td></tr><tr><td>3</td><td>> = 1.75 < 3.75</td><td>STACR Class M2, M1; CAS Class M1</td></tr><tr><td>Mid</td><td>> = 0.25 < 3.75</td><td>STACR Class Mixed; CAS Class Mixed</td></tr></table> Input data provided by Intex and ICE Data Services. © Andrew Davidson & Co., Inc. All rights reserved.

  • Index Jun 2015=100, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted

    The AD&Co US Mortgage High Yield Index (USMHY) tracks the total return of the bonds issued within the CRT programs of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. USMHY is an informational, investment-oriented monthly index of the return components: price, coupon, paydown, and credit loss. Accompanied by standard risk metrics from our models, the index is useful for comparisons with individual CRT bonds or relative value to other credit markets. Investors and fund managers can use the index to assess the broad market returns, risks and opportunities available through investing in a market-weighted, passive portfolio of US mortgage credit risk transfer instruments. The Index also provides a means of comparing the returns of an actively managed portfolio against a passive, naive market portfolio as approximated by the Index. The Mid-Tier and its sub-indices allow for approximations of performance comparisons by vintage or age, across the capital stack, and by initial credit risk level and/or vintage as indicated by original attachment point. <b>Disclaimer:</b> The AD&Co U.S. Mortgage High-Yield Index serves as an informational index and is not for commercial-use purposes. The Index's accuracy, completeness, timeliness and suitability for any purpose are not guaranteed. The Index does not constitute (1) investment, legal, accounting, tax, or other professional advice or (2) any recommendation or solicitation to purchase, hold, sell, or otherwise deal in any investment. This Index has been prepared for general informational purposes, without consideration of the circumstances or objectives of any particular investor. Any reliance on the Index is at the reader's sole risk. All investment is subject to numerous risks, known and unknown. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. For investment advice, seek a qualified investment professional. Not for redistribution without permission. Note: An affiliate of Andrew Davidson & Co., Inc. engages in trading activities in investments that may be the same or similar to those featured in the Index. <b>Index Inclusion Rules</b> Only cash CAS and STACR bonds offered to the public, whether they are exchangeable or not, that have or have had IDC prices. Bond factor > = .25 Floating rate bonds only. Collateral Types 30 Year Residential. Fixed Rate: STACR-DN, DNA, HQ, HQA, HRP, CAS – C0 Tranche names – B, B1, B2, M3, M2, M1 Normally listed on GSE websites: <a href='https://crt.freddiemac.com/offerings/stacr.aspx#issuance-details'>Freddie Mac</a>, <a href='http://www.fanniemae.com/portal/funding-the-market/credit-risk/transactions.html'>Fannie Mae</a> No private placements No Child Classes (Exchangeable into) or Retained Classes (H bonds) No CIRT, ACIS, SPI Original attachment points and CAS STACR <table style='width:50%'><tr><th>Tier</th><th>Attachment Points</th><th>CAS STACR Class</th></tr><tr><td>0</td><td>> = 0.00 < .25</td><td>STACR Class B, B2; CAS Class B</td></tr><tr><td>1</td><td>> = 0.25 < .95</td><td>STACR Class B1, Old M3; CAS Class B1</td></tr><tr><td>2</td><td>> = 0.95 < 1.75</td><td>STACR Class M3, M2; CAS Class M2</td></tr><tr><td>3</td><td>> = 1.75 < 3.75</td><td>STACR Class M2, M1; CAS Class M1</td></tr><tr><td>Mid</td><td>> = 0.25 < 3.75</td><td>STACR Class Mixed; CAS Class Mixed</td></tr></table> Input data provided by Intex and ICE Data Services. © Andrew Davidson & Co., Inc. All rights reserved.

  • Percent, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted

    The average listing price in a given market during the specified month. With the release of its November 2021 housing trends report, Realtor.com® 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.com® 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 (https://www.realtor.com/research/data/).

  • Level, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted

    The count of active single-family and condo/townhome listings for a given market during the specified month (excludes pending listings). With the release of its November 2021 housing trends report, Realtor.com® 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.com® 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 (https://www.realtor.com/research/data/).

  • Percent, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted

    The average listing price in a given market during the specified month. With the release of its November 2021 housing trends report, Realtor.com® 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.com® 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 (https://www.realtor.com/research/data/).

  • Level, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted

    The count of active single-family and condo/townhome listings for a given market during the specified month (excludes pending listings). With the release of its November 2021 housing trends report, Realtor.com® 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.com® 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 (https://www.realtor.com/research/data/).

  • Percent, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted

    The average listing price in a given market during the specified month. With the release of its November 2021 housing trends report, Realtor.com® 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.com® 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 (https://www.realtor.com/research/data/).

  • Score, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted

    The demand score is an index representing a market's average listing views on realtor.com relative to other markets. With the release of its November 2021 housing trends report, Realtor.com® 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.com® 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 (https://www.realtor.com/research/data/).

  • Percent, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted

    The count of active single-family and condo/townhome listings for a given market during the specified month (excludes pending listings). With the release of its November 2021 housing trends report, Realtor.com® 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.com® 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 (https://www.realtor.com/research/data/).

  • Percent, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted

    The count of active single-family and condo/townhome listings for a given market during the specified month (excludes pending listings). With the release of its November 2021 housing trends report, Realtor.com® 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.com® 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 (https://www.realtor.com/research/data/).

  • Percent, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted

    The count of active single-family and condo/townhome listings for a given market during the specified month (excludes pending listings). With the release of its November 2021 housing trends report, Realtor.com® 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.com® 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 (https://www.realtor.com/research/data/).

  • Percent, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted

    The count of active single-family and condo/townhome listings for a given market during the specified month (excludes pending listings). With the release of its November 2021 housing trends report, Realtor.com® 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.com® 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 (https://www.realtor.com/research/data/).

  • Percent, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted

    The count of active single-family and condo/townhome listings for a given market during the specified month (excludes pending listings). With the release of its November 2021 housing trends report, Realtor.com® 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.com® 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 (https://www.realtor.com/research/data/).

  • Level, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted

    The count of active single-family and condo/townhome listings for a given market during the specified month (excludes pending listings). With the release of its November 2021 housing trends report, Realtor.com® 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.com® 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 (https://www.realtor.com/research/data/).

  • Rank Change, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted

    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.com® 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.com® 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 (https://www.realtor.com/research/data/).

  • Percent Change at Annual Rate, Monthly, Seasonally Adjusted

    For further information, please refer to the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System's H.8 release (http://www.federalreserve.gov/releases/h8)

  • Percent Change at Annual Rate, Monthly, Seasonally Adjusted

    For further information, please refer to the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System's H.8 release (http://www.federalreserve.gov/releases/h8)

  • Percent Change at Annual Rate, Monthly, Seasonally Adjusted

    For further information, please refer to the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System's H.8 release (http://www.federalreserve.gov/releases/h8)

  • Percent Change at Annual Rate, Monthly, Seasonally Adjusted

    For further information, please refer to the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System's H.8 release (http://www.federalreserve.gov/releases/h8)

  • Percent Change at Annual Rate, Monthly, Seasonally Adjusted

    For further information, please refer to the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System's H.8 release (http://www.federalreserve.gov/releases/h8)

  • Percent Change at Annual Rate, Monthly, Seasonally Adjusted

    For further information, please refer to the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System's H.8 release (http://www.federalreserve.gov/releases/h8)

  • Percent Change at Annual Rate, Monthly, Seasonally Adjusted

    For further information, please refer to the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System's H.8 release (http://www.federalreserve.gov/releases/h8)

  • Percent Change at Annual Rate, Monthly, Seasonally Adjusted

    For further information, please refer to the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System's H.8 release (http://www.federalreserve.gov/releases/h8)

  • Percent Change at Annual Rate, Monthly, Seasonally Adjusted

    For further information, please refer to the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System's H.8 release (http://www.federalreserve.gov/releases/h8)

  • Rank, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted

    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. With the release of its November 2021 housing trends report, Realtor.com® 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.com® 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 (https://www.realtor.com/research/data/).

  • Rank Change from Year Ago, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted

    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 year. 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.com® 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.com® 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 (https://www.realtor.com/research/data/).

  • U.S. Dollars, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted

    The median listing price in a given market during the specified month. With the release of its November 2021 housing trends report, Realtor.com® 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.com® 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 (https://www.realtor.com/research/data/).

  • Level, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted

    The count of new listings added to the market in a given geography during the month. With the release of its November 2021 housing trends report, Realtor.com® 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.com® 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 (https://www.realtor.com/research/data/).

  • Percent Change from Year Ago, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted

    The percent change in days in the median number of days on market for listings in a given geography from the same month in the previous year. With the release of its November 2021 housing trends report, Realtor.com® 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.com® 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 (https://www.realtor.com/research/data/).

  • Level, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted

    The count of new listings added to the market in a given geography during the month. With the release of its November 2021 housing trends report, Realtor.com® 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.com® 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 (https://www.realtor.com/research/data/).

  • U.S. Dollars, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted

    The median listing price in a given market during the specified month. With the release of its November 2021 housing trends report, Realtor.com® 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.com® 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 (https://www.realtor.com/research/data/).

  • Percent, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted

    The median number of days property listings spend on the market in a given geography during the specified month (calculated from list date to closing, pending, or off-market date depending on data availability). With the release of its November 2021 housing trends report, Realtor.com® 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.com® 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 (https://www.realtor.com/research/data/).

  • Level, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted

    The count of new listings added to the market in a given geography during the month. With the release of its November 2021 housing trends report, Realtor.com® 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.com® 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 (https://www.realtor.com/research/data/).

  • Percent Change, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted

    The percentage change in average listings views on realtor.com from the previous month. With the release of its November 2021 housing trends report, Realtor.com® 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.com® 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 (https://www.realtor.com/research/data/).

  • Billions of U.S. Dollars, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted

    For further information, please refer to the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System's H.8 release, online at http://www.federalreserve.gov/releases/h8/.

  • Billions of U.S. Dollars, Monthly, Seasonally Adjusted

    For further information, please refer to the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System's H.8 release, online at http://www.federalreserve.gov/releases/h8/.

  • Percent, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted

    The count of pending listings in a given market during the specified month, if a pending definition is available for that geography. With the release of its November 2021 housing trends report, Realtor.com® 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.com® 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 (https://www.realtor.com/research/data/).

  • U.S. Dollars, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted

    The average listing price in a given market during the specified month. With the release of its November 2021 housing trends report, Realtor.com® 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.com® 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 (https://www.realtor.com/research/data/).

  • Score, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted

    The Hotness score is an equally-weighted composite metric of a market's supply score (based on days on market) and demand score (based on realtor.com listing views). With the release of its November 2021 housing trends report, Realtor.com® 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.com® 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 (https://www.realtor.com/research/data/).

  • Percent, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted

    The average listing price in a given market during the specified month. With the release of its November 2021 housing trends report, Realtor.com® 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.com® 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 (https://www.realtor.com/research/data/).

  • Percent, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted

    The average listing price in a given market during the specified month. With the release of its November 2021 housing trends report, Realtor.com® 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.com® 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 (https://www.realtor.com/research/data/).

  • U.S. Dollars, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted

    The average listing price in a given market during the specified month. With the release of its November 2021 housing trends report, Realtor.com® 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.com® 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 (https://www.realtor.com/research/data/).

  • Percent, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted

    The count of active single-family and condo/townhome listings for a given market during the specified month (excludes pending listings). With the release of its November 2021 housing trends report, Realtor.com® 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.com® 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 (https://www.realtor.com/research/data/).

  • U.S. Dollars, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted

    The average listing price in a given market during the specified month. With the release of its November 2021 housing trends report, Realtor.com® 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.com® 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 (https://www.realtor.com/research/data/).

  • Percent, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted

    The average listing price in a given market during the specified month. With the release of its November 2021 housing trends report, Realtor.com® 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.com® 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 (https://www.realtor.com/research/data/).

  • Percent, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted

    The median number of days property listings spend on the market in a given geography during the specified month (calculated from list date to closing, pending, or off-market date depending on data availability). With the release of its November 2021 housing trends report, Realtor.com® 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.com® 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 (https://www.realtor.com/research/data/).


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