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Houses in the Cloud (of Price Dispersion)

David Stiff    |    Property Valuation

Case-Shiller Implied Volatility Estimates

The CoreLogic Home Price Index (HPI®) and the CoreLogic Case-Shiller indexes track average home price trends. But every residential property is a unique bundle of physical characteristics (of both the housing structure and the lot) and location (proximity to jobs and schools and the attributes of the surrounding neighborhood). So the price paths of individual homes will vary...

Jobs and Quality of Life Drive Housing Price Gains Again as Once-Hot Distressed Markets Cool

Denver and Portland Now Back at Peak Levels

Molly Boesel    |    Property Valuation

Last year, at this time, the markets with the biggest gains in the S&P/Case-Shiller home price indices were those that had fallen the hardest in the past. This fall, however, the leading housing markets appear to be those appreciating for more customary reasons, such as quality of life and the opportunity for high-paying jobs.

Overall, home price increases appear to be...

National Home Prices 7 Percent Below Pre-Crisis Peak

Low-End Home Prices Now 4 Percent Above Pre-Crisis Peak

Molly Boesel    |    Property Valuation

  • Home prices including distressed sales increased 6.8 percent year over year in October 2015 and remain 6.8 percent below the April 2006 peak.
  • Colorado had the largest year-over-year HPI growth.
  • The low-price tier increased faster than all other price tiers and is now 3.8 percent above its pre-crisis peak.

National home prices increased 6.8...

Nominal HPI Expected to Return to Peak in Mid-2017

Real HPI Will Take Longer to Regain Losses

Molly Boesel    |    Property Valuation

The CoreLogic Home Price Index (HPI) reported monthly is measured in nominal terms, meaning that it is not adjusted for inflation. The accompanying chart shows the cumulative price movement since the inception of price declines for both the nominal HPI and the inflation-adjusted (or real) HPI1 and the time in years since the first decrease in the indices. As of September 2015 the...

September 2015 National Home Prices Increased 6.4 Percent Year Over Year

Low-End Home Prices Increase 12 Percent in First Nine Months of 2015

Molly Boesel    |    Property Valuation

Year over year hpi growth for 25 highest appreciating states
  • Home prices including distressed sales increased 6.4 percent year over year in September 2015 and remain 7.0 percent below the April 2006 peak.
  • Colorado had the largest year over year HPI growth.
  • The low-price tier increased 12 percent in in 2015, the most of any price tier.

National home prices increased 6.4 percent year over year and 0.6...

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