S&P/Case-Shiller home price index shows 0.7% drop in September

As shown in the chart, the spread (green line) follows a cyclical path and is now very close to its peak, so it can be reasonably expected to drop. shows no correlation between Annaly prices (red.

An index of home prices in the nation’s largest cities rose from June to July, though is still down from the same month a year earlier. The Standard & Poor’s/Case-Shiller index of 20 American cities, a key measure that is closely watched by economists, was up 0.9% over June, but down 4.1% from July 2010.

Prices of existing U.S. single-family homes in the third quarter slumped. composite month-over-month index of 10 metropolitan areas declined 0.9 percent in September to 212.65, for a 5.5 percent.

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After seasonal adjustment, the National and 20-City Composites Index both recorded a monthly increase of 0.8%. The 10-City composite increased 0.7. show some serious strength. Continued increases.

The S&P Case-Shiller index of US home prices rose in September to the highest level since July 2006, when the most recent housing boom topped out. The S&P/Case-Shiller U.S. National home price index, covering all nine U.S. census divisions, recorded a slightly higher year-over-year gain with a 5.3% annual increase in November 2015 versus a 5.

The numbers: The S&P/Case-Shiller 20-city index rose a seasonally adjusted 0.7% in the three-month period ending in November compared to the same period ending in October, and was up 6.4% compared.

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Prices. few months shows that in Los Angeles and San Francisco, the median 10-year expected price increase among recent home buyers has come down to 5 percent a year – a number that is likely to.

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 · The median price for an existing home was $257,700, up 1% on the month and 4.2% on the year. Supply was down 5.9% on the month to 1.74 million. If sales were to continue at the current pace with no additional supply, there would be no more existing homes on the market in 3.9 months.

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