The Home Price Index Shows Home Values Lower Broadly, But Not Specifically
Home values fell again in January, according to the Federal Home Finance Agency's Home Price Index. Values were reported down 0.6 percent, on average.
We say 'on average' because the Home Price Index is a national report.
It doesn't capture the ...
Posted by Paula Henry on March 26, 2010 in Real Estate News
Existing Home Sales Flatten And Point To A Much Better Spring
As expected, Existing Home Sales fell in February, slipping 30,000 units versus January's numbers. It's the 4th straight month in which Existing Home Sales were lower, month-over-month.
An 'existing' home is one that is previously owned and ...
Posted by Paula Henry on March 24, 2010 in Market Statistics
CNNMoney.com Predicts The Best And Worst Real Estate Markets For 2010
CNNMoney.com recently published its 2010 forecast and projections for home prices in the country's largest metro markets. Listed as 'Top 25' and also comprehensively by state, CNNMoney.com's home price forecasts puts Santa Rosa, California at the ...
Posted by Paula Henry on March 23, 2010 in Real Estate News
February 2010 - Avon Indiana Market Statistics
February proved to be a good month for home sales in Avon. The number of homes sold was up and the average days on market were down over last month. The average price point of homes sold was also down, though. This is to be expected when there were ...
Posted by Paula Henry on March 16, 2010 in Market Statistics
Foreclosures Per Capita February 2010
According to foreclosure-tracking firm RealtyTrac, foreclosure filings topped 300,000 for the 12th straight month last month as 1 in every 418 U.S. homes received a foreclosure filing.
It's a small improvement from January and a just 6 percent ...
Posted by Paula Henry on March 11, 2010 in Real Estate News
7 Weeks Remain To Find A Home, Claim Up To $8,000 In Tax Credits
In November, Congress extended and expanded the First-Time Home Buyer Tax Credit program to include a subset of 'move-up' buyers -- homeowners that have owned and lived in their home for 5 of the last 8 years. The credit ranges up to $8,000 ...
Posted by Paula Henry on March 9, 2010 in Buyer Resources