Items Tagged with 'Home price index'


Case-Shiller: Rising house prices just below record highs

Catching up with 2006
Home prices are continuing to rise; now mere basis points below the all-time highs for prices, set in 2006. According to the latest data released Tuesday by S&P Dow Jones Indices and CoreLogic, the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller U.S. National Home Price NSA Index, which covers all nine U.S. census divisions, reported a 5.3% annual gain in August, just off the July 2006 peak.
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CoreLogic: Home prices still up, but leveling off

Increase 6% annually in July
Home prices increased in July, and will continue to increase into next month and even next year, according to a new report from CoreLogic. That being said, there is still some evidence of a slow-down going forward. Here's a look at home prices now, and projections for the future.
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CoreLogic: Home prices on the rise

5% increase predicted in the next year
The CoreLogic HPI Forecast shows that home prices will increase by 5.3% annually from June 2016 to June 2017. Monthly, home prices are predicted to increase 0.6% from June to July.
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FNC: Home prices slightly increase

Home prices up in 16 major metros
The spring housing market appears to be off to a good start as U.S. home prices continue to climb after dropping unexpectedly in January. According to FNC’s housing economist, psychologically and economically, people prefer to buy homes when prices are rising than when they are falling.
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S&P/Case-Shiller: Home prices up 5.7%

Keep upward trend
In the latest home price report from S&P/Case-Shiller, home values continued to rise in January. Furthermore, S&P's managing director and Zillow's chief economist project if first-time homebuyers should expect a tough time buying into this market.
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U.S. January 2016 home prices rise just 0.1%

Home prices now up 26.7% since 2012 low
The numbers that closed out last year have repeated in January 2016’s home price index report. While home prices continue to increase, they are rising slowly. Prices are now just 5.4% below the high in June 2006.
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