Home Price Index

Are Housing Prices Stabilizing? After a Period of Off-The-Leash Growth, Price Increases Are Shrinking, Says Case-Shiller

By Joanna England / July 29, 2014 / 0 Comments

Maybe so, or maybe the market is just taking a breather while the summer heat is on before it grows legs again. According to Standard & Poor’s/Case-Shiller’s Home Price Index, Dallas has seen the smallest increase in home prices since August of last year. Still, prices are growing, at an albeit slower rate. In fact, all […]

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Texas is Off to a Rollicking Start in 2014, With Home Prices Hitting New Highs

By Joanna England / March 4, 2014 / 2 Comments

CoreLogic’s newest HPI report released today showed that Texas real estate professionals have good reason to blame their busy days on the hot market. Home prices in Texas are at new highs (yes, higher than pre-bubble manic market highs!), with January 2014 up 10.1 percent over a year ago, and home prices up 1.2 percent […]

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Case Shiller Speaks: DFW Home Prices Up From Spring, But Down From 2010

By Candy Evans / September 28, 2011 / 2 Comments

The good news is that home prices rose for a fourth straight month in most major U.S. cities in July, from June, no shocker because we’ve just emerged from the busiest buying season. And that includes Dallas — a whole point (.3) 3%. The bad news is that when you look at last year, home prices are […]

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Dallas Real Estate News: Case Shiller Says the Sky is No Longer Falling. Well, Not in Dallas!

By Candy Evans / April 28, 2011 / 0 Comments

I’m not going to say Dallas Real Estate is a hoppin’, but we are really hanging in there. Really. As I mentioned yesterday, I was in Southlake on Saturday, and I went to that adorable Southlake Town Center. Met a cute couple who were building a home in Colleyville because they had just sold their […]

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