Case-Shiller: Photofinish Shows Housing Almost In Double Dip Territory

Econintersect sees a declining home price dynamic in play that may last through 2011, which reflected by the relatively weak seasonal bounce for the spring home buying season. While Case-Shiller home price index is only 0.0072% from its recession low point set in April 2009, all other major indices are already in double dip territory.

Looking past the Case-Shiller: It’s all about supply

Editor’s Note: This article was guest authored by Scott Sambucci, the Vice President, Market Analytics at Altos Research –  a Silicon Valley-based company that provides real-time real estate market analytics. With the S&P/Case-Shiller Index released this week (analysis here), everyone is aflutter with talk of a double-dip in house prices. Remain calm.  These are January …

Case Shiller Says Home Prices Decline Again: Will this Decline End Soon?

Econintersect is using the Case-Shiller data release to overview the home price situation as of December 2010. All home price indexes are trending down.