Clear Capital has released its monthly home data index (hdi) market Report, with news of U.S. home price gains of 4.0 percent comparing the most recent rolling quarter to the previous one.
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Clear Capital sees signs of market stability as we move into the summer months. New data released Thursday by the company shows that U.S. home prices continue to fall, but the 2.3 percent drop.
This decline has accelerated: Since August, home prices have fallen 7.9 percent, data from Clear Capital, a Truckee, Calif.-based real estate research firm, show. It is the steepest decline in home values since the height of the financial crisis in 2008, said Clear Capital senior statistician Alex Villacorta.
A rise in the percentage of real estate owned (REO) properties sold in February signals that home prices could start to decline over the next several months, according to a recent report from valuations services provider clear capital. According to the firm’s Home Data Index (HDI) Market Report, national REO saturation – the percentage of [.]
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In October Clear Capital declared they were seeing the quickest decline in home values since mid-2009, with prices dropping 6 percent over September and October. CoreLogic released a report that said prices were down 1.5 percent over the past year, and that the market would continue to show weakness for the following year.
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Clear Capital Home Data Index: National Home Price Trends (Jan. 2006 – Dec. 2011 forecast) national home prices in 2010 posted a -4.1 percent year-over-year price change, after a very turbulent year where prices increased 9.7 percent over a 21 week span (late March to mid August), only to be followed by a -9.4 percent price change over the following 19 weeks (September to December).
According to Clear Capital’s monthly Home Data Index (HDI) market report, U.S. home prices posted a quarter-over-quarter national price change of -1.4 percent. "Despite distressed inventory pressure and traditional winter inactivity, current trends are continuing to show a softening of price declines," said Dr. Alex Villacorta, director of research and analytics at Clear Capital.
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After rising during 2009 and part of 2010, they’ve begun falling again, and will continue to decline in 2011. Clear Capital predicts a 3.7% drop this year, which is quite similar to 2010’s fall.
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