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After a long winter of strengthening home prices, the latest S&P/Case-Shiller Report showed some hints of smaller monthly gains. Thirteen of the 20 cities had smaller year-over-year increases in February; in January only nine saw year-over-year numbers drop. The hint of slower growth shouldn’t alarm anyone; rather the biggest concern in housing today may be […] ..READ MORE +

Find out tomorrow… S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Indices will be released at 9 AM Tuesday April 26th. Since last fall home prices across the country have been rising faster than inflation. In the Pacific Northwest prices are rising three to five times faster than inflation.  Analysts question if this can continue and whether home buyers are […]..READ MORE +

Home Prices are rising at more than 5% per year, over twice the rate of inflation.  Price gains partly driven by tight supply and low inventories of homes for sale. Young and first time home buyers facing some hurdles in getting mortgages due to student and credit card debts. see www.spdji.com for for report Click […] ..READ MORE +