S&P Dow Jones Indices – ケース・シラー17年11月指数発表


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シアトルの12.7%の伸びを筆頭に、ラス・ベガス → 10.6%, サン・フランシスコ → 9.1%


“Home prices continue to rise three times faster than the rate of inflation,”
says David M. Blitzer, Managing Director and Chairman of the Index Committee at
S&P Dow Jones Indices. “The S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller National Index year-over-year
increases have been 5% or more for 16 months; the 20-City index has climbed at this
pace for 28 months. Given slow population and income growth since the financial
crisis, demand is not the primary factor in rising home prices. Construction costs,
as measured by National Income and Product Accounts, recovered after the financial
crisis, increasing between 2% and 4% annually, but do not explain all of the home
price gains. From 2010 to the latest month of data, the construction of single
family homes slowed, with single family home starts averaging 632,000 annually.
This is less than the annual rate during the 2007-2009 financial crisis of 698,000,
which is far less than the long-term average of slightly more than one million
annually from 1959 to 2000 and 1.5 million during the 2001-2006 boom years. Without
more supply, home prices may continue to substantially outpace inflation.”
“Looking across the 20 cities covered here, those that enjoyed the fastest price
increases before the 2007-2009 financial crisis are again among those cities
experiencing the largest gains. San Diego, Los Angeles, Miami and Las Vegas, price
leaders in the boom before the crisis, are again seeing strong price gains. They
have been joined by three cities where prices were above average during the
financial crisis and continue to rise rapidly – Dallas, Portland OR, and Seattle.”

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全米20都市 - 前年比 6.4%up、前月比0.2%up 204.21point


s.m. yoshida
Jan. 31st, 2018