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Thursday, April 26, 2018

Case-Shiller Home Prices Surge At Fastest Pace Since 2014 To Record High

US National Home Prices in February are now almost 7% above the 2006 peak according to the latest Case-Shiller data and are surging at 6.8% YoY - the fastest pace since June 2014.

The data showed monthly gains in all 20 cities, including strong advances in expensive areas such as Seattle and Los Angeles, along with cheaper regions including Cleveland and Detroit.

All 20 cities in the index showed year-over-year gains, led by a 12.7 percent increase in Seattle and an 11.6 percent advance in Las Vegas; Washington was slowest at 2.4 percent

This pushed the national home price to a new record high..


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

why are we celebrating over priced housing? have we learned nothing from the crash that decimated people lives? I am not sure why anyone is happy about home ownership being unaffordable. After it reaches its peak of unaffordablilty then no one will be able to sell their home.