Data Round-Up: Home Prices, Housing Fundamentals Remain Upbeat

posted by Michael Lewis on February 25, 2015

Found in US, categorized in Growth Outlook and Business Cycle

Tags: FMI michael lewis housing new home sales S&P/Case-Shiller mortgage

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Though the heady days of double-digit gains are well past, home prices continued to show moderate appreciation in 2014, clearly above the historical trend.


FMI’s housing round-up of this morning’s January New Home Sales, December S&P/Case-Shiller Home Prices data and 14Q4 Mortgage Delinquency results. 

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