After rising constantly since 2012, are home prices now finally starting to modulate a bit? New data from S&P Dow Jones Indices and CoreLogic suggests that may just be the case. According to a review of the data by CoreLogic Deputy Chief Economist Ralph McLaughlin, thanks to a slower December, home price growth is now at its lowest level since November 2016.
Indications on home prices were rising solidly going into the spring selling season though there were some signs of stalling. S&P Case Shiller's adjusted 20-city house price index rose a very solid and slightly higher-than-expected 1.0%. Here's why it's up while the FHFA home price index is down.
Home prices continued their rise across the country over the last 12 months, according to the S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Indices that incorporate data through February 2015. But the housing industry has a long way to go. Here's why.
Home price growth continued to slow in May as housing and the economy continue weakening trends, according to data through May 2014 in the S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Indices, which shows housing prices posted a decline of 0.3% from April.
Every day, people in your community are looking for a new place to call home. But in the age of the digital shift, they are now getting most of that information from their mobile devices rather than more traditional sources.