U.S. House Prices In September

S&P Case-Shiller Home Prices were unchanged in September, with the 10-City composite and 20-city composite indices both decreasing by less than 0.1% (not seasonally adjusted).

Year over year, the 20-City Composite is up 4.9%. This is a slower annual rate of growth than the 5.6% in August and the 13.6% rate in October 2013.

Case-Shiller National Change

The national house price level is now roughly equal to where it stood in November 2004.

Case-Shiller House Price Levels

Of the 20 cities tracked in the index, Los Angeles has had the greatest increase in home prices since 2000, while Detroit has been the only city where prices have declined over the past 14 years.

Case-Shiller Cities Price

From a year ago, house prices have increased the most in Las Vegas, where they rose 9.1%. Cleveland has had the slowest rate of annual increase, rising only 0.8%.

Case-Shiller Cities Price Change

Dallas and Denver are the only cities whose prices have increased beyond their pre-recession peak. Las Vegas remains the furthest below its peak.

Case-Shiller Table

The U.S.Federal Housing Finance Agency saw its national house prices also unchanged in September (not seasonally adjusted), but increasing 4.3% from a year ago.

The FHFA HPI is calculated using home sales price information from mortgages either sold to or guaranteed by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.

FHFA House Price Change

The U.S. index is 5.8% below its April 2007 peak and is roughly the same as its August 2005 index level.

FHFA House Prices

Of the 9 different geographic census divisions that FHFA tracks, house prices have increased the most year over year in the Pacific and increased the least in the Middle Atlantic and New England regions.

FHFA House Price Regions

In both the Case-Shiller index and the FHFA index house prices continue to increase, but the pace is slowing.

U.S. House Prices In August

S&P Case-Shiller Home Prices increased in August, with the 10-City composite and 20-city composite indices both increasing by 0.2% (not seasonally adjusted).

Year over year, the 20-City Composite is up 5.6%. This is a slower annual rate of growth than the 6.7% in July and the 13.6% rate in October 2013.

Case-Shiller Change

The national house price level is now roughly equal to where it stood in November 2004.

Case-Shiller National

Of the 20 cities tracked in the index, Los Angeles has had the greatest increase in home prices since 2000, while Detroit has been the only city where prices have declined over the past 14 years.

Case-Shiller Cities

From a year ago, house prices have increased the most in Las Vegas, where they rose 10.1%. Cleveland has had the slowest rate of annual increase, rising only 0.8%.

Case-Shiller Cities Change

Dallas and Denver are the only cities whose prices have increased beyond their pre-recession peak. Las Vegas remains the furthest below its peak.

Case-Shiller Table

The U.S.Federal Housing Finance Agency saw its national house prices increasing 0.5% in August (not seasonally adjusted), and increasing 4.7% from a year ago.

The FHFA HPI is calculated using home sales price information from mortgages either sold to or guaranteed by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.

FHFA Change

The U.S. index is 5.8% below its April 2007 peak and is roughly the same as its August 2005 index level.

FHFA National

Of the 9 different geographic census divisions that FHFA tracks, house prices have increased the most year over year in the Pacific and increased the least in the Middle Atlantic.

FHFA Divisions

In both the Case-Shiller index and the FHFA index house prices continue to increase, but the pace is slowing.

House Prices Rise Again In July

S&P Case-Shiller Home Prices increased in July, with the 10-City composite and 20-city composite indices both ticking up 0.6% (not seasonally adjusted).

Year over year, the 20-City Composite is up 6.7%. This is a slower annual rate of growth than the 8.1% in June and the 13.6% rate in October 2013.

Case-Shiller Change

The national house price level is now roughly equal to where it stood in November 2004.

Case-Shiller National

Of the 20 cities tracked in the index, Los Angeles has had the greatest increase in home prices since 2000, while Detroit has been the only city where prices have declined over the past 14 years.

Case-Shiller Cities

From a year ago, house prices have increased the most in Las Vegas, where they rose 12.8%. Cleveland has had the slowest rate of annual increase, rising only 0.9%.

Case-Shiller Cities Change

Dallas and Denver are the only cities whose prices have increased beyond their pre-recession peak. Las Vegas remains the furthest below its peak.

Case-Shiller Table

The U.S.Federal Housing Finance Agency saw its national house prices increasing 0.1% in July (not seasonally adjusted), and increasing 4.4% from a year ago.

The FHFA HPI is calculated using home sales price information from mortgages either sold to or guaranteed by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.

FHFA National Change

The U.S. index is 6.4% below its April 2007 peak and is roughly the same as its July 2005 index level.

FHFA National

Of the 9 different geographic census divisions that FHFA tracks, house prices have increased the most year over year in the Pacific and increased the least in the Middle Atlantic.

FHFA Cities

In both the Case-Shiller index and the FHFA index house prices continue to increase, but the pace is slowing.

House Prices Tick Up In June

S&P Case-Shiller Home Prices increased in June, with the 10-City composite and 20-city composite indices both ticking up 1.0% (not seasonally adjusted).

Year over year, the 20-City Composite is up 8.1%. This is a rapid growth rate, but is considerably lower than the 9.4% Y/Y rate in May and the 13.6% Y/Y rate in October 2013.

20-City

The national house price level is now roughly equal to where it stood in October 2004.

National Index

Of the 20 cities tracked in the index, Los Angeles has had the greatest increase in home prices since 2000, while Detroit has been the only city where prices have declined over the past 14 years.

Case-Shiller Cities 100

From a year ago, house prices have increased the most in Las Vegas, where they rose 15.2%. Cleveland has had the slowest rate of annual increase, rising only 0.8%.

Case-Shiller Cities Annual Change

Dallas and Denver are the only cities whose prices have increased beyond their pre-recession peak. Las Vegas remains the furthest below its peak.

Case-Shiller Table

The U.S.Federal Housing Finance Agency also released its June House Price Index figures today. They saw national house prices increasing 0.4% in June (not seasonally adjusted), and increasing 5.1% from a year ago.

The FHFA HPI is calculated using home sales price information from mortgages either sold to or guaranteed by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.

FHFA Change

The U.S. index is 6.4% below its April 2007 peak and is roughly the same as its July 2005 index level.

FHFA Index Level

The FHFA tracks 9 different geographic census divisions.

Census Dividions

In both the Case-Shiller index and the FHFA index house prices continue to increase, but the pace is slowing.