The percentage increase in the value of an asset expressed as an annual rate.

Typically the market value of your home will increase over time. The appreciation rate is a way to judge how quickly the home's value is increasing. You can estimate this figure by calculating the percent increase of the home's value over a period of one year. For example, suppose that you own a $100,000 home and that the value of your home increases by roughly $3,000 per year. In this case, the home's appreciation rate would be 3% because the home's value has grown by 3%, from $100,000 to $103,000.

A percentage figure to compute actual or estimated appreciation.

Appreciation rate is the yearly percentage rate that an asset increases in value. For example, a home that you paid $150,000 three years ago that is almost worth $200,000 today had an average appreciation rate of 10%. After the first year, the home was worth $165,000. After the second year, the home was worth $181,500. And after the third year, the home is worth just a little under $200,000.

Percentage increase in the value of an asset, expressed at an annual rate. A home bought for $100,000 that appreciates five percent a year will be worth $127,600 after five years.

The rate of increase in the value of a property due to changes in market conditions, inflation, or other causes.

The rate at which an asset increases over a specific period of time, usually expressed as an annualized percentage (%).