Case-Shiller shows further improvement in U.S. house prices


The latest data from the S&P/Case-Shiller house price indices shows house prices increasing in 17 of 20 major residential markets. The overall composite index are up for the fourth month in a row but year-over-year comparisons still show a double-digit decline in prices. A snapshot of the data is provided below.


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The three lagging markets are Charlotte, Las Vegas and Cleveland. Otherwise house prices appear to have stabilized at 2003 levels, which in real terms is quite a loss of wealth. As the summer selling season is now over, we will soon begin to get a better indication of how permanent this price plateau is.


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