Case-Shiller Jumps a Record 2.2% in May 07/31/2012BY: MARK LIEBERMAN, FIVE star institute economist home prices rose sharply in May, cutting the year-year drop in prices to 0.7 percent from 1.8 percent in April,Standard & Poor’s reported Tuesday in its Case-Shiller Home Price Index. Prices in the 20 cities surveyed rose 2.2 percent month-month.
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Home prices in April were 3.5% higher compared with April 2018, according to the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller U.S. National Home Price Index. That is down from the 3.7% gain seen in March.
· Home price gains in the U.S. fell in April – marking the 13th consecutive month of slowing growth. Standard & Poor’s said Tuesday that its S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller national home price.
Home prices climbed 2.2% compared with a month earlier, according to the S&P/Case-Shiller 20-city home price index. Prices are still off 0.7% compared with May 2011, but that’s the lowest year-over-year decline in 18 months, according to David Blitzer, a spokesman for S&P.
S&P released the December Case Shiller home price. seven cities saw the rate of price increases wane. Even with some moderation, home prices in all but one city are rising faster than the 2.2% year.
CoreLogic: 791,000 underwater homes return to positive equity good news: home Prices Mixed – The buyer gets his now when he files his tax return, the seller gets hers in the form of a higher price for the house. I think we need another month or two of rising prices, and for the C-20 to turn.July home-price growth slows but wages still can’t keep up In most of the country, prices go up. Wages aren’t high enough even in Silicon Valley to account for the housing costs. For years, legislators and city councils have embraced slow-growth policies..
Case-Shiller’s widely-watched home price. markets are stabilizing nationwide. The 0.7% increase in home prices from March to April is actually based on a 3 month rolling average, which may actually.