San Francisco Case-Shiller home prices showed strong gains in December, with home prices back to where they were in August of 2008. From the report: Data through December 2012, released today by S&P Dow Jones Indices for its S&P/Case-Shiller1 Home Price Indices, the leading measure of U.S. home prices, showed that all three headline composites ended [...]
According to Case-Shiller, San Francisco home prices jumped last fall. Analyzing data through November, San Francisco area home prices are now back up to where they were in the Fall of 2008. From Standard & Poors: New York, January 29, 2013 – Data through November 2012, released today by S&P Dow Jones Indices for its [...]
Via Tim Iacono: Though already a few years old, this video by Nick Gogerty at Designing Better Futures has been popping up all over the place this morning – a neat time-lapse of Case-Shiller home prices going back more than 20 years to ponder as you read today’s reports of surging profits (and stock prices) for home [...]
Data released today from Case-Shiller showed San Francisco Area home prices up very slightly from July’s 138.37 to a 138.43 in August. Low housing supply continues to push prices higher, but the trend may be weakening. From Standard & Poors: Data through August 2012, released today by S&P Dow Jones Indices for its S&P/Case-Shiller Home [...]
The boomest months of the year are behind us. Every year, Buyer demand and Seller optimism causes prices to strengthen in the Spring while lower demand and motivated Sellers cause prices to fade slightly in the Fall. Obviously, any given house, town, or neighborhood can follow different rules. Here’s what it looks like… via Calculated [...]
Interesting take on the latest Case-Shiller data over at TBP: If you remember, during this stimulus period leading up to the July 2010 sunset, headlines were filled with headlines such as “multiple offers return”; “house prices on the rise”; ”housing’s ‘v’ bottom” etc for months and months. With respect to today’s CS, the stimulus-goosed 1h’10 is this years best [...]
Nationally, home prices rose across the board in June, according to Case-Shiller. Here in the Bay Area, home prices rose from a reading of 135.15 in May to 137.51 in June. This is roughly equivalent to June 2002.