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Improved monthly Case-Shiller shows housing recovery weaker than thought

Capital Economics: Measure suggests home prices dropping, not just slowing
Trey Garrison
The new Case-Shiller house-price index is a substantial improvement on its predecessors because it offers a monthly read, and that monthly read shows that housing prices have actually been dropping, rather than just slowing in gains, according to Capital Economics.
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Capital Economics remains bullish on housing

Move along, nothing to see here?
Trey Garrison
Despite the sharp slowdown in home price growth and housing in general, Capital Economics remains bullish on the U.S. housing market and mortgage growth.
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You won’t believe the 10 markets where price gains were strongest

Slow and steady wins the race in this reversal of judicial state trends
Trey Garrison
Home price roses a mere 1% month-over-month in August, according to the latest reports from Trulia, and the biggest gains, surprisingly were in non-judicial foreclosure states.
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Monday Morning Cup of Coffee: Housing walks a tightrope

Housing 2014: Finance challenges, pricey houses, mixed gov't messages
Trey Garrison
The rest of 2014 is going to be a challenge for homebuyers, for housing finance, for real estate agents and for housing regulators, thanks largely to the first half of 2014. It's a thin line housing has to walk to come out of this on top, and Washington isn't helping.
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CHART: Home price growth over next 12 months

NAR predicts modest growth
Brena Swanson
While home prices are still increasing, the pace has significantly slowed, hitting a 21-month low in July. This map from NAR shows just how much home prices are expected to grow over the next year.
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Home price growth slows to 21-month low

CoreLogic: July gains just 7.4%
Trey Garrison
Home prices nationwide, including distressed sales, increased 7.4% in July 2014 compared to July 2013, according to the July report from CoreLogic – a significant slowdown that continues the long-term trend and a 21-month low.
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Redfin: Here's why now is the ideal time buy a home

Positive forecast for rest of 2014
Brena Swanson
Winter brought a surprise polar vortex that fed into a spring home-buying season that didn’t produce astounding results, but the remaining month of summer and rest of the year are projected to finally produce strong housing activity.
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Are home prices the latest evidence housing is stalling, or bubbling?

It gets better? No, it gets worse – just like job growth and wage stagnation
Trey Garrison
The housing industry is not happy about recent housing data, including Tuesday’s home price releases, and it looks like it’s going to get worse before it gets better.
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FHFA: Home price growth up 0.8%, well below 2013 levels

Second quarter slowdown in growth continues pattern
Trey Garrison
The Federal Housing Finance Agency shows that U.S. house prices rose just 0.8% in the second quarter of 2014, according to its purchase-only, seasonally adjusted House Price Index
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Monday Morning Cup of Coffee: Housing data storm ahead

Can housing shake off the winter, spring and now summer doldrums?
Trey Garrison
It’s a week of key housing data and metrics releases, and the industry will get to see if housing shakes off the winter, spring and now summer doldrums, or if everyone admits that 2014 has been suboptimal. Either way, HousingWire will be there first with the most.
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