Items Tagged with 'House price index'


  • FHFA: Home prices continue to soar on West Coast

    Rise 0.5% nationally
    The FHFA’s latest report showed home price increases picked up the pace once again in October, especially in the Pacific region. The West Coast continues to see the highest home price increases in the country, far outpacing the national average annual increase.
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  • FHFA reports home price increase of 1.4% for Q3

    Increase slows from August
    Home prices increased in the third quarter of this year, but FHFA’s report showed home prices slowed slightly from August to September. Ranging from just 0.5% annually to a full 14.6% increase, all 100 of the top U.S. cities saw an annual increase in the third quarter.
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  • Home prices pick up speed in August

    Jump 6.6% from last year
    Home price increases picked up pace once again in August, surpassing July’s increase and surging ahead unchecked, far surpassing the previous peak. FHFA’s latest House Price Index showed all regions of the U.S. saw an annual increase in home prices, however one region posted a decrease from last month.
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  • FHFA: Home prices increase 6.6% in second quarter

    Increased in nearly every state
    Home prices increased in nearly every state across the U.S. and the District of Columbia. Gains were the highest in the Pacific region, where the second quarter saw a nearly 9% increase from last year, but lowest on the opposite side of the U.S.
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  • FHFA: Home prices continue soaring to new highs

    Increase 0.7% in April
    The Federal Housing Finance Agency’s monthly home price index showed home prices continue to increase, hitting new highs after surpassing the previous peak back in 2016. The report breaks down which regions saw the highest gains in home prices, and the one division which saw a decrease in home prices from March to April.
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  • FHFA: Home prices continue climbing in first quarter

    New report shows home prices rose in 48 states and District of Columbia
    Home prices rose during each month of the first quarter, continuing a climb that began in the early part of this decade, a new report from the Federal Housing Finance Agency showed. “The steep, multi-year rise in U.S. home prices continued in the first quarter,” FHFA Deputy Chief Economist Andrew Leventis said.
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  • FHFA: Rising interest rates not slowing down home prices…yet

    No end in sight for low housing inventories
    Home prices continued their strong growth in the fourth quarter despite rising interest rates. Although interest rates are up, housing inventory is down, causing home prices to increase. However, the FHFA’s deputy chief economist explains it may simply be too soon to see an effect on the market from increasing interest rates.
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  • FHFA: Home price increases slow in October

    Led by increase in mountain region
    The Federal Housing Finance Agency released its House Price Index for October, which indicated that while home prices increased, it was at a slower pace than September. Some regions even saw a decrease in home prices from the previous month, however, annually, all regions are increasing.
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  • Case-Shiller: Rising house prices just below record highs

    Catching up with 2006
    Home prices are continuing to rise; now mere basis points below the all-time highs for prices, set in 2006. According to the latest data released Tuesday by S&P Dow Jones Indices and CoreLogic, the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller U.S. National Home Price NSA Index, which covers all nine U.S. census divisions, reported a 5.3% annual gain in August, just off the July 2006 peak.
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