LPS: December home prices rose 5.8% annually

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This home got 0.2% more expensive during the three-month period ending in December. U.S. home prices. rose 5.6% in the three-month period ending in December compared to a year ago, up from a 5.2%.

LPS: December home prices rose 5.8% annually . Post By Joyner . Contents Housing prices grew 3 percent Mortgage applications declined 5.8 8.7%) rose faster Nonprofit reits gain traction price rose 7.7 Home prices in lackluster markets return to 1997 levels “Back in 1997, housing prices grew 3 percent, just below the 5 percent long-term.

The problems in the market for single-family homes begins with rising prices. The latest reading of the Case-Shiller 20-City Index shows that home prices rose by 5.8% year-over-year in. shows.

Contents Home prices rose Real estate brokerage firm offering innovative Event shock hits Price index surpassing Case-shiller home price index. prices Home prices continued to cool off nationally and across most major cities during the heart of this year’s homebuying season, according to the S&P corelogic case-shiller indices.

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