S&P Dow Jones Indices – ケース・シラー17年12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 → 11.1%,
サン・ フランシスコ→ 9.2%。



“The rise in home prices should be causing the same nervous wonder aimed at the stock
market after its recent bout of volatility,” says
David M. Blitzer, Managing Director and Chairman of the Index Committee at
Dow Jones Indices. “Across the 20 cities covered by S&P Corelogic Case Shiller Home
Price Indices, the average increase from the financial crisis low is 62%; over the same
period, inflation was 12.4%. None of the cities covered in this release saw real,
inflation-adjusted prices fall in 2017. The National Index, which reached its low point
in 2012, is up 38% in six years after adjusting for inflation, a real annual gain of 5.3%.
The National Index’s average annual real gain from 1976 to 2017 was 1.3%. Even considering
the recovery from the financial crisis, we are experiencing a boom in home prices.

“Within the last few months, there are beginning to be some signs that gains in housing
may be leveling off. Sales of existing homes fell in December and January after
seasonal adjustment and are now as low as any month in 2017. Pending sales of existing
homes are roughly flat over the last several months. New home sales appear to be following
the same trend as existing home sales. While the price increases do not suggest any
weakening of demand, mortgage rates rose from 4% to 4.4% since the start of the year.
It is too early to tell if the housing recovery is slowing. If it is, some moderation
in price gains could be seen later this year.”

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全米20都市 - 前年比 6.3%up、前月比0.2%up 204.45point


s.m. yoshida
Mar.1st, 2017