Latest Data Supports Some Housing Value Improvements

Published on September 29, 2011 by

Case-Shiller monthly change (June - July 2011)

The latest data from Case-Shiller Index was released and it reflects that majority of the cities measured are reflecting and improvement in the value of homes. The index showed a .9% increase in values and only a couple of the 20 cities measured were lower in Las Vegas and Phoenix, with Denver remaining flat.

Does this mean that home values nationwide have hit a floor? Well as much as many of us would like to think so it may not be the case. Foreclosures started to pick up again and the lack of jobs and improvements in the economy simply are not supporting the idea of a recovery right now.

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The index is not always the most detailed or accurate data as well as many find multiple faults with the data. Regardless of whether or not you think the data is valuable one can start to recognize that we are seeing signs of improvement and hopefully for all of us it will continue to improve.

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