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House Prices End the Year Higher

Data from Standard and Poor’s indicates that house prices rose in December 2013. According to the release, the seasonally adjusted S&P/Case-Shiller HPI – 20 City Composite rose by 0.8% in December 2013. This is the 23rd consecutive month-over-month increase for the Index. Over this time period, the Index has risen by 21.7%. For the entire year of 2013, the 20… Read More ›

House Prices Continue To Climb

House prices continued to rise in July, contributing to the overall recovery in the housing market. According to the most recent release by the Federal Housing Finance Agency, U.S. house prices rose by 1.0% on a month-over-month seasonally adjusted basis in July. This is the 18th consecutive monthly increase for the House Price Index – Purchase Only. Since January 2012,… Read More ›

House Prices Remain On A Path toward Recovery

Standard and Poor’s reported that house prices rose in June. According to the most recent release, the S&P/Case-Shiller House Price Index – National Index grew by 7.1% on a not seasonally adjusted basis in the second quarter and 10.1% over the previous four quarters. The House Price Index – 20 City Composite grew by 12.1% over the past year as… Read More ›

House Prices Move Higher

Nationally, house prices continued to rise in April, contributing to the overall recovery in U.S. house prices. According to the most recent release by the Federal Housing Finance Agency, U.S. house prices rose by 0.7% on a month-over-month seasonally adjusted basis in April. This is the fifteenth consecutive monthly increase for the House Price Index – Purchase Only. Since January… Read More ›

House Prices Continue Upward “March”

Standard and Poor’s reported that house prices rose in March. According to the most recent release, the S&P/Case-Shiller House Price Index – National Index grew by 10.2% on a year-over-year not seasonally adjusted basis. Following 19 consecutive months of year-over-year declines, house prices registered their tenth consecutive year-over-year increase in March. House price growth in Phoenix had the largest annual… Read More ›

House Price Growth Is Accelerating

Standard and Poor’s reported that house prices rose in February. According to the most recent release, the S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Index – 20 City Composite grew by 9.3% on a year-over-year not seasonally adjusted basis. Following 20 consecutive months of year-over-year declines, house prices registered their ninth consecutive year-over-year increase in February. Year-over-year house price growth has been generally widespread…. Read More ›

House Price Increases Widespread

January was the second consecutive month-over-month increase in house prices and the eighth consecutive year-over-year increase. According to the most recent release by Standard and Poor’s, the S&P/Case-Shiller 20-City Composite House Price Index rose by 0.1% on a not seasonally adjusted monthly basis and the 10-City Index rose by 0.2% on a not seasonally adjusted monthly basis. In the 12… Read More ›

Case-Shiller and FHFA House Price Indexes – 2012 Closes With Solid Gains

The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) and S&P/Case-Shiller (CS) released home price indexes for the end of 2012 today. The monthly FHFA national indexes were up 0.6% for the month (December over November, seasonally adjusted), 1.4% for the quarter (average fourth quarter months over average third quarter months, seasonally adjusted) and 5.9% for the year (December 2012 over December 2011,… Read More ›

Case-Shiller Monthly House Price Indexes – It’s Time To Talk About Seasonal Adjustment

The S&P/Case-Shiller (CS) monthly home price indexes covering the 10 city and 20 city composites, and the component cities were released today for October. Both the 10 and 20 city composites posted small declines for October over September (both -0.1% on a non-seasonally adjusted basis – S&P’s headline measure), after decelerating from peak growth rates in June. The monthly growth… Read More ›