All real estate is local. I doubt national statistics mean much in 1 local area.
One place can be kicking ***, another is getting it's *** kicked.
Does this mean it's all stable, even keel? I don't think so!
In another thread, there were some 'bubble' statistics. Problem is the scales were not constant. Further it did not examine the economics of the areas. For example, including Dallas as a bubble. There wasn't a collapse as occurred in other states in 2007-8. Dalllas may or may not include the DFW metro area, which as a WIDE range of housing. Trying to compare the Highland Park area to Carrollton or East Dallas is not feasible. Totally different markets. Such charts are effectively garbage in-garbage out.