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  • Listing Prices on the up in Most Markets

    During March, home listing prices rose 1.1%, increasing in 16 of the nation's major housing markets, according to data released Monday by Altos Research LLC and Real IQ. Prices dropped, however, on a month-on-month basis in eight other American cities.
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  • Asking Prices Remain Seasonally Weak in February

    The 10-city composite index for home prices remained flat in February but was down 2.1 percent for the last three months, according to data released Tuesday by Altos Research LLC and Real IQ. Asking prices on homes fell in 18 of the markets studied, increased in seven markets and remained flat in one. The largest monthly decline in asking prices -- 4 percent -- occurred in Las Vegas, marking the 11th consecutive month of the fastest rate of decline there.
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  • Home Asking Prices Fall in October

    Home asking prices fell 1.5 percent and inventory declined across the country in October, according to data released Friday by Mountain View, Calif.-based Altos Research LLC and market analysis firm Real IQ. The firms' monthly index of asking prices in 10 key metropolitan areas also showed a steady decline in asking prices of 2.9 percent during the past three months; list prices fell in 22 of 26 major markets.
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  • Home Asking Prices Fall: September Report

    Asking prices for homes across the country fell 1.4 percent in September, bringing the total drop in the last three-month cycle to 2.9 percent, according to data released by Altos Research LLC. The Mountain View, Calif.-based real estate research company released September findings of its 10-city composite listing price index on Wednesday. The findings are based on market conditions in 26 major U.S. metropolitan statistical areas including - among many others - Boston, Cleveland, Dallas, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Seattle and Washington, D.C.
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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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