United States: S&P/Case-Shiller Home Prices Index Continued To Drop

Home Prices continued to drop.  The latest figure for December (which is the three-month average of October, November and December) showed that the 20-City composite dropped 2.4% over a year ago (vs. 1.6% drop in November), and 1.2% for the 10-City composite (vs. 0.4% drop in November).  The drop was consistent with consensus forecast.  While both composites are still above the 2009 low, home prices have reached new low in 11 markets.


Non-Seasonally Adjusted Source: Standard & Poors

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The figures are not looking good.  Just like what was said previously, the housing double dip seems to be accelerating as unemployment remains high, and mortgage rates are going higher.

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