Case-Shiller Home Prices December 2013: Strongest Part of Recovery May Be Over

Written by Steven Hansen The non-seasonally adjusted Case-Shiller home price index (20 cities) for December 2013 (released today) declined slightly but showed the 19th consecutive monthly year-over-year gain in housing prices since the end of the housing stimulus in 2010.

Case-Shiller Home Prices Near Expectations in November 2013

Written by Steven Hansen The non-seasonally adjusted Case-Shiller home price index (20 cities) for November 2013 (released today) declined slightly but showed the 18th consecutive monthly year-over-year gain in housing prices since the end of the housing stimulus in 2010.

Case-Shiller is Way Behind the Curve

With Case Shiller out this morning touting rip roaring price gains, it’s time for me to remind everyone yet again that that index is the worst housing indicator on the planet, forever 5 1/2 months behind reality, due to its insane methodology. The real, more current facts, are below in this post from December 30.

Case-Shiller Home Prices Rise Marginally in October 2013

Written by Steven Hansen The non-seasonally adjusted Case-Shiller home price index (20 cities) for October 2013 (released today) showed the 17th consecutive monthly year-over-year gain in housing prices since the end of the housing stimulus in 2010.

Case-Shiller Home Prices Rise Again in September 2013

Written by Steven Hansen The non-seasonally adjusted Case-Shiller home price index (20 cities) for September 2013 (released today) showed the 16th consecutive monthly year-over-year gain in housing prices since the end of the housing stimulus in 2010.