Chart 30 California experienced multiple-year home price decline in the 90s

Quarter Year Home Price Growth, Year-Over-Year (percent)
1 1986 6.16
2 1986 6.76
3 1986 6.62
4 1986 7.97
1 1987 9.38
2 1987 9.87
3 1987 10.95
4 1987 11.35
1 1988 12.55
2 1988 14.38
3 1988 16.16
4 1988 19.23
1 1989 20.3
2 1989 21.3
3 1989 22.52
4 1989 19.66
1 1990 15.8
2 1990 10.73
3 1990 5.55
4 1990 1.8
1 1991 0.47
2 1991 -0.51
3 1991 -1.34
4 1991 0.03
1 1992 -0.46
2 1992 -0.84
3 1992 -1.03
4 1992 -2.69
1 1993 -3.66
2 1993 -3.49
3 1993 -4.12
4 1993 -3.79
1 1994 -3.26
2 1994 -4.82
3 1994 -5.44
4 1994 -6.31
1 1995 -6.03
2 1995 -2.7
3 1995 -0.12
4 1995 1.29
1 1996 2.04
2 1996 -0.35
3 1996 -1.7
4 1996 -1.06
1 1997 -0.57
2 1997 1.73
3 1997 4.06
4 1997 5.34
1 1998 7.08
2 1998 8.34
3 1998 8.95
4 1998 9.07
1 1999 8.4
2 1999 7.9
3 1999 7.45
4 1999 7.7
1 2000 10.65
2 2000 11.71
3 2000 13.02
4 2000 14.1
1 2001 13.65
2 2001 14.09
3 2001 12.67
4 2001 10.85
1 2002 9.53
2 2002 9.82
3 2002 11.59
4 2002 13.21
1 2003 12.8
2 2003 11.2
3 2003 10.71
4 2003 14.4
1 2004 15.34
2 2004 20.35
3 2004 28.17
4 2004 24.97
1 2005 26.62
2 2005 25.9
3 2005 19.26

Note: Quarterly data through third quarter 2005.
Source: Office of Federal Housing Enterprise Oversight/Haver Analytics.