The index posted its third consecutive month of annual increases in September.
U.S. annual home price growth moved up to 4.5% in September, the highest appreciation recorded since early 2023.
U.S. home prices rose from one year ago, but mortgage rate movements will play a role going forward.
Annual U.S. home price growth regained steam again in August, with New England leading the charge.
The index has now registered a 6% cumulative gain since the beginning of 2023.
U.S. home price growth is proving resilient compared with trends in other countries.
Midwestern metro areas such as Cleveland and Chicago are now the hottest housing markets, while Mountain-West pandemic boomtowns like Denver and Phoenix are now among the coolest.
U.S. home price growth continued to drop on an annual basis in June but is projected to begin regaining momentum later this year.
The US CoreLogic S&P Case-Shiller Index posted another small annual decline in May.
Despite pandemic migration patterns, the nation's priciest housing markets are still now very similar to rankings recorded in the spring of 2020.
The US CoreLogic S&P Case-Shiller Index saw its first year-over-year decline in more than a decade in April.