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Home price stall-out spreads from lower-priced homes to higher end

Weakening home sales affecting most price segments
July 17, 2014
Home sales across all price points are beginning to suffer, with stale demand moving from lower-priced homes to middle- and higher-priced homes as well.
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Black Knight: Home prices up 0.9% for April

National prices now just 12% off their peak
June 23, 2014
Home prices nationally rose 0.9% in April, which is up 6.4% year-over-year, according to the most comprehensive and latest report from Black Knight Financial Services.
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Black Knight: How far have home prices traveled?

California overtakes top 10 biggest moving metros
April 28, 2014
Home prices continue their upward trajectory and are up 7.6% from last year, with no signs of slowing down.
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Can home prices record 23 months of increases?

Prices increase 11% in December: CoreLogic
February 4, 2014
Home prices recorded the 22nd consecutive monthly year-over-year increase in home prices nationally and grew 11% in December 2013 compared to a year ago.
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LPS: Home price increases slowed in October

No state saw increases higher than a full percentage point
December 27, 2013
October was a slow month for home price growth, with no state seeing an increase of more than a full percentage point and the Lender Processing Services Home Price Index only showing marginal growth from September.
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Housing market reports reveal a mixed bag of results

Home prices, building permits increase as mortgage rates dip
November 26, 2013
The housing market digested several key housing reports this week, all of which showed gains and losses across the board.
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OFHEO Takes On S&P/Case-Shiller Indices

June 25, 2007
In a report that manages to be a geeky advertisement for its own preferred measure of housing prices, the OFHEO last week released a report covering differences between its own HPI index and the popular S&P/Case-Shiller indices. The report claims that the HPI index values are a) geographically broader, b) include more states, c) include more complete data. Regarding HPI's use of more states:
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