|Source||Change (peak)||Change (yoy)||Prior Year||As of|
|HT Median||n/a||-9.8%||-21.5%||Mar 2010|
|Radar Logic||-53.2%||-3.3%||-26.1%||Jan 2010|
|DataQuick All||-53.5%||-14.3%||-35.2%||Jul 2009|
|DataQuick New||[-45.9%]||8.8%||-32.1%||Jul 2009|
|DataQuick Ex||-52.7%||-15.2%||-34.8%||Jul 2009|
|FHFA HPI||-37.6%||-7.4%||-19.5%||Q4 2009|
The statistics above are all derived from publicly available information on the Internet. The DQ statistics cover Sacramento County only. SAR data is for Sacramento County + West Sacramento. FHFA, NAHB, HT, and Radar Logic figures are based on regional coverage. Numbers in red indicate record price changes (excluding HT). For more information about what each price statistic measures, please see the price peaks post or click on the links above.
 The peak median price for new homes has not been published by the Sacramento Bee. In December 2006, a San Francisco Chronicle article stated that the new homes median peaked in December 2005 at $476,500. However, shortly after, DataQuick revised all its data back to 1988. Therefore, the figure above is derived from comparing a unrevised figure to a revised figure. Note however, that DataQuick has said that its revised figures from the new homes category saw only slight changes.