More on Case-Shiller: The increase in April home prices comes after 7 consecutive months of...


More on Case-Shiller: The increase in April home prices comes after 7 consecutive months of declines, with 19 out of 20 tracked cities in the green. Spring selling season? Maybe, says S&P's David Blitzer, but he notes the seasonally adjusted data were also positive (though less so). (full report, .pdf)

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  • Poor Texan
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    Looking at the report I couldn't tell a thing about prices. Were the increases a result of more activity in 'affordable housing' or are the 'McMansions' selling? Our activity (small market) seems to be in smaller homes: larger homes are on the market for extended periods.
    26 Jun 2012, 10:47 PM Reply Like
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