The attached WSJ article has a great set of graphs showing the CS indices for 20 MSAs over the 10 years since Jan 2000 when all of the indices were 100.
Archive for April 2010
S&P notes in their today’s (4/26/2010) release of the Case Shiller data that the change in home prices – as measured by their 10-city composite – as turned positive for the first time since Dec. 2006.… Read More
Professor Shiller argues that we have not entered a new bull market in housing since the turning point in May 2009
Don’t hold your breath seems to be the message from FISERV. In this recent analysis of regional home prices they wrote- ” …certain metro areas in California, Florida, Arizona and Nevada, won’t see home prices return to peak levels until 2025 or later”.
The NYTimes has an interesting interactive page that highlights the change in home prices of 20 cities in the Case-Shiller home price indices against the nationwide average, over 10 years.