home prices gained 5.7% over the three months ending in August, according to real estate data provider Clear Capital. But analysts added price growth has slowed and will contract well into 2011. The price gain through August is down 240 basis points from the July report, which dropped 70 bps from June.
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· In particular, Clear Capital points to Washington, D.C., where home prices are up 2 percent on a quarter-over-quarter basis; New York City, which posted a quarterly increase of 1.6 percent; and Bridgeport, Connecticut with a 1.5 percent rise in home prices for the rolling quarter.
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Clear Capital sees signs of market stability as we move into the summer months. New data released Thursday by the company shows that U.S. home prices continue to fall, but the 2.3 percent drop.
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The latest real-time housing data from Altos Research and Clear Capital shows continued deterioration in the US housing market. Clear Capital says prices declined 4.1% in 2010 and are likely to continue declining at a more moderate pace of 3.6% in 2011 (via Housing Wire):. Altos Research showed a 1.63% decline in prices in December (via Altos Research):
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Clear Capital(R) Home Data Index Forecast Reveals Further Price Declines for Second Half of 2011. of -2.4 percent by the end of 2011.National Home Price. granular reporting than other home.
After rising during 2009 and part of 2010, they’ve begun falling again, and will continue to decline in 2011. Clear Capital predicts a 3.7% drop this year, which is quite similar to 2010’s fall.
Clear Capital has released its forecast for home prices heading into the first part of next year. The company says the market is flirting with a ""triple-dip"" by next spring. Last spring prices.
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According to Clear Capital’s monthly Home Data Index (HDI) market report, U.S. home prices posted a quarter-over-quarter national price change of -1.4 percent. "Despite distressed inventory pressure and traditional winter inactivity, current trends are continuing to show a softening of price declines," said Dr. Alex Villacorta, director of research and analytics at Clear Capital.