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  • Case-Shiller reports increase in home price growth

    Experts say rising home prices won’t stop anytime soon
    Home prices increased across the U.S. in February, picking up the pace in annual price gains. This run, which is still ongoing, compares to the previous long run from January 1992 to February 2007. And with expectations for continued economic growth and further employment gains, the current run of rising prices is likely to continue.
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  • Experts: Homebuyers should prepare for onslaught of competition this spring season

    High home prices here to stay
    The latest Case-Shiller report showed home prices are continuing to rise, but now experts say not only are those high prices here to stay, but homebuyers could be pummeled this spring by an increase in competition. Homebuyers will face not only the typical spring competition, but also the pent-up demand from would-be buyers who have been looking for, but unable to find, a home the past several months.
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  • Case-Shiller: Are home price increases leveling off?

    Increased 6.3% annually in December
    Home prices increased in December at a faster pace than the previous month, however, some signs could be emerging to show a leveling off in home price increases. One expert explained within the last few months, there are beginning to be some signs that gains in housing may be leveling off.
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  • Case-Shiller: Renting could become more attractive than home buying in 2018

    Home prices rise 6% annually
    Home prices increased in October, and experts are beginning to fear 2018 could block many potential buyers out of the housing market, forcing them to rent. The Chairman of the Index Committee explained that since home prices are rising faster than wages, salaries, and inflation, some areas could see potential home buyers compelled to look at renting.
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  • Case Shiller: Home prices rise at fastest pace since 2014

    All top 20 U.S. cities see increases
    Home prices increased in September at their fastest pace in more than three years, the latest Case-Shiller report shows. And one expert explained home prices are not close to letting up, saying, most economic indicators suggest that home prices can see further gains.
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  • Economists: Case-Shiller increase represents highest gain in 3 years

    Tight market to continue pushing home prices higher
    Home prices increased 5.8% annually in June, according to Case-Shiller results, and experts explain this is the highest annual increase for any month in the past three years. And they warn not to expect the increases to let up anytime soon as high demand and tight inventory continue to squeeze home prices higher.
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