|Sacramento Real Estate - Trulia|
No more ugly static graphs! I've decided to outsource all my graph creation duties to the widget making wizards of Web 2.0. Behold the magically updating real estate statistics graph.
The first graph above is from Altos Research and shows the median asking price for homes in the city of Sacramento. You can find more graphs for Sacramento and other area cities on their website (link also on the sidebar). Graphs include days on market, price per square foot, and inventory. You can also add a median price graph widget to your own blog or website.
The last two graphs are from OSG's Hardtack (link also on the sidebar). They show the inventory of single family homes and condos for sale in the Sacramento region. You can find more inventory graphs as well as price data on Hardtack's website. The data is derived from real estate sites such as Realtor.com (which also powers Housing Tracker). Unlike Housing Tracker, Hardtack allows you to drill down to the city level.
Hardtack also lets you add a variety of inventory graphs to your blog or website using this great device. The tool allows customization by region, property type, and even chart dimensions. Now if only they had price graphs, perhaps I'd permanently retire. On second thought, perhaps I'll continue to subject you to my ugly Excel graphs. After all, we can't trust Hal, can we?