Category Archives: Home Prices


The media and sector specialists can talk about the housing bubble and decreasing or growing real estate markets across the nation all they want, but if you are looking to purchase or sell a residence, realizing the median property value across the nation is not going to aid you significantly. Substantial increases in mortgage interest… Read More »

Place, Place, Place

Southern California home prices jumped 5.six% in March, as purchasers fought more than a meager supply of homes for sale and bid up values. Hunting at the chart above, it is interesting to note that the markets of all Bay Region counties hit related and historic lows at prior marketplace peaks in 2006-2007, i.e. the… Read More »

Adjusted Housing Rates

As America’s economy starts to cool, a number of economists have begun to predict only modest gains in the costs of single-household homes during the next year. Since then, the recovery has been swift for some and sluggish for other folks, making a fractured national map of housing fortunes. The Member States’ HPIs are compiled… Read More »