Case-Shiller Index: Home prices drop 0.4% In January

March 30, 2010 · Posted in Commentary · 1 Comment 

Home prices in the Top 20 Metropolitan Areas declined 0.4% in January, according to the Standard & Poor’s Case-Shiller Index.  It was the fourth consecutive monthly drop.  The big winner was Los Angeles with a 0.9% increase over December.  The biggest loser in this current market downturn continues to be Las Vegas where prices are off 55.8% from their peak.  Las Vegas suffered a 0.5% decrease over December.  Overall, home prices in the Top 20 Metropolitan Areas were down 29.6% from their July, 2006 peak .

Here’s a look at how the individual Top 20 Metropolitan Areas are performing: Read more

Case-Shiller Index: Home prices drop 0.2% In December

February 23, 2010 · Posted in Commentary · Comment 

Home prices in the Top 20 Metropolitan Areas declined 0.2% in December, according to the Standard & Poor’s Case-Shiller Index. It was the second consecutive monthly drop.  The big winner was Los Angeles with a 1.0% increase over November. The biggest loser in this current market downturn continues to be Las Vegas where prices are off 55.5% from their peak.  Las Vegas did manage to eek out a 0.2% increase over November, the first monthly increase since August, 2006. Overall, home prices in the Top 20 Metropolitan Areas were down 29.4% from their July, 2006 peak .

Here’s a look at how the individual Top 20 Metropolitan Areas are performing: Read more

Case-Shiller Index: First price drop in seven months

January 26, 2010 · Posted in Commentary · Comment 

Home prices in the Top 20 Metropolitan Areas declined 0.2% in November, according to the Standard & Poor’s Case-Shiller Index. It was the first drop in seven months.  The big winner was Phoenix with a 1.1% increase over October. The biggest loser in this current market downturn continues to be Las Vegas where prices are off 55.6% from their peak. Overall, home prices in the Top 20 Metropolitan Areas were down 29.2% from their collective peak .

Here’s a look at how the individual Top 20 Metropolitan Areas are performing: Read more

Case-Shiller Index: Homes prices unchanged in October

December 29, 2009 · Posted in Commentary · Comment 

Home prices in the Top 20 Metropolitan Areas remained unchanged in October, according to the Standard & Poor’s Case-Shiller Index. The big winners were Phoenix and San Francisco with 1.3% and 1.2%  increases respectively over September. The biggest loser in this current market downturn continues to be Las Vegas where prices are off 55.4% from their peak. Overall, home prices in the Top 20 Metropolitan Areas were down 29% from their collective peak .

Here’s a look at how the individual Top 20 Metropolitan Areas are performing: Read more

Case-Shiller Index: Homes prices up 0.3% in September

November 24, 2009 · Posted in Commentary · 1 Comment 

Home prices in the Top 20 Metropolitan Areas continued their upward movement in September, according to the Standard & Poor’s Case-Shiller Index.  The big winners were Minneapolis and Detroit with a 1.8% increase over August.  The biggest loser in this current market downturn is Las Vegas where prices are off 55.4% from their peak.  Overall, home prices in the Top 20 Metropolitan Areas were down 29% from their collective peak .

Here’s a look at how the individual Top 20 Metropolitan Areas are performing: Read more

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