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Home Appreciation Calculator

Many home owners have been asking themselves over the last few years;

How much is my house worth?

Here's a quick way to find out how the average price for a theoretical home in your area has appreciated (or depreciated) over time.

Fill in the form to see a graph and compare the value of your home to a home in another city with the same purchase price over time. This calculator uses the "Housing Price Index" or HPI Data from the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA). Using same home sales and loan data, this index tracks the value of Single Family homes over time. Learn more about HPI at FHFA.gov.

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DATA REFRESHED: August 25, 2020 04:44:41
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Details for the home located in Kansas City, MO-KS.

improvedThe homes value improved from $100,000 in 1976 to $372,386 in 2010.
Home has appreciated 272.39% in 34.75 years at an average rate of 7.84% per year.
This equates to a Compounded Annual Growth Rate(CAGR) of 3.856%.
The home was worth $272,386 more in 2010 than it was back in 1976.

Details for the home located in USA.

improvedThe homes value improved from $100,000 in 1976 to $511,812 in 2010.
Home has appreciated 411.81% in 34.75 years at an average rate of 11.85% per year.
This equates to a Compounded Annual Growth Rate(CAGR) of 4.811%.
The home was worth $411,812 more in 2010 than it was back in 1976.

Graph of home values in Kansas City, MO-KS from 1976 to 2010

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