I just updated the Case-Shiller graphs.


“… home prices rising at more than double the rate of inflation

… most analysts expect the Federal Reserve to raise its Fed Funds target range to 25 to 50 basis points, the first increase since 2006

… it is not likely to push mortgage rates far above the recent level of 4% on 30 year conventional loans

… it will take much more from the Fed to slow home price gains.”

– David M. Blitzer, S&P Dow Jones Indices


ANNUAL Home Appreciation
Sept 2014 – Sept 2015

Most Appreciation (within the 20 cities)

  • San Francisco = +11.2%
  • Denver = +10.9%
  • Portland = +10.1%
  • Dallas = +9.0%
  • Seattle = +8.2%
  • Miami = +7.7%

Most Appreciation Cities


Least Appreciation (within the 20 cities)

  • Chicago = +1.1%
  • Washington D.C. = +2.1%
  • New York = +2.7%
  • Cleveland = +2.8%

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LATEST Home Price Appreciation
Aug 2015 – Sept 2015

Currently Hot

  • Miami = +0.9%
  • Portland = +0.8%
  • San Diego = +0.6%
  • San Francisco = +0.6%
  • Tampa = +0.5%
  • Dallas = +0.4%
  • Denver = +0.4%

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Currently Cold

  • Chicago = -0.4%
  • Cleveland = -0.1%
  • Washington D.C. = -0.1%

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Earlier posts on the Case-Shiller Home Price Index.

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