Home prices have risen significantly throughout the nation since the trough in the housing cycle. Through August 2016, the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller Home Price Index has recorded a 38 percent rise in the national index since its February 2012 trough, with some areas up more sharply and other markets showing a subdued bounce back. One […]
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Join Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services and S&P Dow Jones Indices for a half-day symposium in Washington, DC featuring our keynote speaker Professor Robert Shiller. Through discussion with Professor Shiller and other authorities on housing, the symposium will explore capital market participants’ views on attracting private capital to finance the housing market, as well as […]
Sitting on the banks of the Rio Grande is Truth or Consequences, a New Mexico town formerly known as Hot Springs but renamed after a television game show to increase tourism in the city. When analyzing housing prices, many analysts proceed through truth or consequences moments due to the large variety of home price data […]
CoreLogic, a leading residential property information, analytics and services provider, announced on April 25th the acquisition of Case-Shiller® from Fiserv, Inc. As a result, CoreLogic is now the data provider for the S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Indices. The S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Indices will retain their brand name and continue to be published and distributed on the […]
In this video clip, David Blitzer, Managing Director and Chairman of the S&P Index Committee, addresses questions from the S&P Dow Jones Indices webinar pertaining to REITs and the entire housing sector of the U.S. economy. Questions include: How do housing prices today compare with another period of low inflation / low growth? How will […]
In this CNBC video clip, Professor Robert Shiller discusses the current state of the housing market. Although housing prices have improved recently, Shiller states that it is too early to claim the housing market has recovered and believes this will become more apparent in the coming months. Click here to learn more.
Along with the three composites — national, 10-city and 20-city — four cities also set new lows in the December data. The four were Tampa, Las Vegas, Seattle and Atlanta. The first two of these are among the consistently weak sunbelt while the other two were reasonably stable until the last six months. In both Atlanta […]