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  • Asking Prices Stage Rebound in June

    The prices of properties listed for sale increased in 15 of 26 major housing markets during June, suggesting that sellers were at least becoming more optimistic last month despite still-growing inventory levels in most markets. According to Altos Research LLC and Real IQ, which jointly release the Real-Time Housing Market Report each month, a 10-city composite housing price index showed a decline in asking prices of just 0.5 percent in June and 0.8 percent for the past three months.
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  • Housing Prices Improve in May, But Rising Inventory Looms

    The prices of properties listed for-sale actually increased in 15 of 26 major markets during May, providing the latest evidence yet of some surprising bounce yet in the step of key housing markets nationwide. Price increases greater than one percent were even observed in eleven of 26 major housing markets nationwide, according to a report released Monday afternoon real estate research and analysis firms Altos Research and Real IQ.
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  • Asking Prices Stage Rebound in Key Housing Markets

    While the housing and mortgage mess are likely to drag on for some time, signs of life in the primary market may have emerged during April -- mirroring similar hopeful trends in the secondary mortgage market recently. Prices of properties listed for-sale last month fell in only seven of 25 major markets, according to a report published late last week by real estate research and analysis firms Altos Research and Real IQ.
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  • Prices in 19 of 22 Major Housing Markets Fell During January

    Housing prices continued their freefall in January, according to an analysis of properties listed-for-sale in 22 major metropolitan markets across the country. Nineteen markets saw their prices drop, with San Francisco falling 3.6 percent in January alone, while only the New York metro saw prices rise; both Dallas and Phoenix remained flat, according to the report issued Thursday by real estate research firms Altos Research and Real IQ.
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  • Prices Fall in 16 of 20 Major Housing Markets

    Prices of properties listed for sale continued to fall in December, dropping in 16 of 20 major markets, while West Coast cities lead the charge. According to a report from real estate research firms Altos Research and Real IQ, released late Wednesday, San Francisco saw average home prices drop 4.6 percent during the past three months, while Las Vegas, San Diego, Los Angeles and Detroit all registered price declines of over 3 percent.
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