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West Remains the Most Expensive Region to Buy a Home

Home prices continued their upward climb over the last 12 months, ending 2017 with a growth of 6.3 percent according to the December 2017 data on the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller National Home Price Index that was released by S&P Global on Tuesday. ...

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The State of the Housing Industry

As President Trump will present his State of the Union address to the Senate this evening, what is the State of the Housing Industry? With home prices that show no signs of decreasing, changes in leadership at the Consumer Finance ...

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Price Index Up in February

Home prices continued their steady climb in February. A new report shows prices up over January as well as last year. But this period of sustained growth only happened once before, and things didn’t go well when the train stopped.

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Inventory and Prices Prevent Some Homeowners from Moving

The strong housing recovery may be partly to blame for the large drop in inventory experienced in some markets during the past five years. On average, the more increased the housing values in a particular area above pre-recession levels, the greater the decrease in present housing inventory. The significant drop in starter and trade-up home inventory is pushing affordability further out of reach of some homebuyers.

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