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Quandl has neighborhood level housing data and a good API. Is there a way to use their API to get the same data from 2009? If not, is there another source for historical neighborhood level housing data. In particular, average or median price per square foot?

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Have a look at Zillow's historical data. For example, this http://files.zillowstatic.com/research/public/Neighborhood/Neighborhood_MedianValuePerSqft_AllHomes.csv is a dataset of neighborhood level median $ / sqft. Also, Zillow has a great api that you can use to programmatically pull and process the data. If you are a python user, check out the package PyZillow for more detail.

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  • $\begingroup$ You, ma'am/sir, are awesome. How did you get to this on Zillow's site? I've been stuck looking at zillow.com/research/data/#rental-data for awhile and it is all previous month data. $\endgroup$
    – rhaskett
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    $\begingroup$ I just googled 'Zillow Historical Data' and this was the first thing that came up (no, I'm not being cheeky)... zillow.com/research/data $\endgroup$ Commented Oct 30, 2017 at 12:03

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