Home Prices Stay High

Reports from S&P Dow Jones Indices, New York, and the Federal Housing Finance Agency show home prices across the U.S. continued to appreciate at double-digit percentage rates.

Black Knight: Housing Least Affordable Since 2018

Black Knight, Jacksonville, Fla., said persistent constraints in for-sale inventory drove home prices up a record-breaking 14.8 percent in April, making housing the least affordable since 2018.

Black Knight: Tappable Equity Skyrockets to Record High

A rising tide lifts all boats, the saying goes. And for the nation’s homeowners, home price growth—buoyed by scant housing inventories and historically low interest rates—created unprecedented tappable equity in 2020, said Black Knight, Jacksonville, Fla.

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CoreLogic: Summer Home Price Cooldown on the Way

CoreLogic, Irvine, Calif., said home prices rose strongly in May, but warned that the effects of the coronavirus and subsequent economic downturn could send home price tumbling over the summer.