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Case-Shiller Data Shows Pronounced Increases in Los Angeles

Case-Shiller Data Shows Pronounced Increases in Los Angeles

Home prices have been climbing throughout 2015. On Tuesday, January 26, 2016, S&P Dow Jones Indices published the November report and the gains continue.  The second chart shows how the 20 cities have done since the S&P/Case-Shiller National Home Price Index bottomed in January 2012. Following is the Case-Shiller data for Los Angeles from 1980 […]

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August S&P/Case-Shiller Index

August S&P/Case-Shiller Index

The S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Indices continued their rise in August at the fastest annual rate in more than six and a half years. However, the monthly pace continues its slow decline. The recent rise in mortgage rates has resulted in fewer mortgage applications, contributing to the smaller gains month-over-month. Average home prices across the spectrum are back […]

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Los Angeles Home Prices Continue to Rise

Los Angeles Home Prices Continue to Rise

Data released by S&P Case-Shiller indices indicate that in the Los Angeles area, prices are still on the rise. Increases for Los Angeles are 2.58% which is somewhat higher than the 20-city or 10-city national composite of 2.45% and 2.48%, respectively. S&P Case Shiller index ending June 30, 2013 Click on image to visit the […]

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Sustained Recovery Projected

Sustained Recovery Projected

Case Shiller through October 2012 have been released. They show another up-tick in the price index for home sales across the nation, including higher than average increases for the California cities in the study (Los Angeles, San Francisco and San Diego.) If you look at the graph below, you will see that the past three […]

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Home Prices Increase According to Standard and Poors

Home Prices Increase According to Standard and Poors

(From an article at Standard & Poors) According to an article based on the Case Shiller index the property values in Los Angeles are slightly higher as of April.  The index shows that prices have adjusted to their 2003 levels and appear to be trending higher. After several months of declining values, preceded by rising […]

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