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Denver Tops San Francisco In Rate Of Rising Home Prices

WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. home prices rose solidly in June, another sign of health in the housing market.

The Standard & Poor’s/Case-Shiller 20-city home price index rose 5 percent from a year earlier, a slight improvement on May’s 4.9 percent increase, according to S&P Dow Jones Indices. 252 more words

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The Most Expensive Homes For Sale in Silicon Valley Right Now

Prices for homes in Silicon Valley are notoriously steep, with tech money contributing to an inflated real estate market that continues to grow in value. 602 more words

Housing Market

It's Harder Than Ever to Afford the Monthly Rent

While rents are less affordable than ever, monthly mortgage payments are still within reach of people making the median income in most places.

It’s getting harder for people to afford rents, but paying a mortgage is still more affordable on a monthly basis than it was in the years before the housing crisis. 130 more words

Counting foreigners in the housing market is one thing. Then?

More on the PM’s stated intent to conduct research into the effect of foreign buyers on Canadian real estate prices and information on what the UK and Australia do to restrict foreign ownership: 412 more words

Immigration

Is investment the answer to countering the rising housing price crisis?

With considerable actions, the young generations can also gain from property investment!

Housing has always been the main topic discussed over our family dinner, as my mother considers yet another potential investment property option, while exclaiming in disbelieve at another rise in Sydney’s housing prices.

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Australian Economy

Case-Shiller Home Prices Up, Ownership Rate Lower

The Mortgage Corner

Home prices have stabilized for a while, after the 2013 double-digit price surge brought on by the Fed’s various QE bond purchases and ultra-low interest rates. 402 more words

Weekly Financial News

Home Price News

This morning’s housing headline was from the Case/Shiller 20-city composite index data for May. The data showed that home prices in May were up 4.9% from a year earlier, slightly slower than the annual growth of 5% seen in April.  286 more words

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