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Report: Home prices up nationally, regionally, locally

Report: Home prices up nationally, regionally, locally

California-based property information company CoreLogic reported Tuesday that home prices increased nationally by 8.8 percent in May since the same time last year. Colorado Springs also saw an year-over-year increase of 5.2 percent in May, according the company’s May CoreLogic Home Price Index report. That rate also increased from April 2014 by 1.7 percent. As… Continue Reading Report: Home prices up nationally, regionally, locally

Report: Home prices up at home, nationally in April

Property information company CoreLogic reported home prices increased in April, in Colorado Springs and across the country. The company reported that nationwide, home prices increased 10.5 percent (including distressed sales) in April compared to the same time last year, and the level was up 2.1 percent since March. “At the state level, including distressed sales, no states… Continue Reading Report: Home prices up at home, nationally in April

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Colorado Springs homes appreciate 8.2%

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Colorado Springs home prices climbed 8.2 percent year-over-year in April, according to analysis firm CoreLogic . They rose 2.1 percent from March to April. Excluding the distressed sales, short sales and bank-owned properties, sales prices climbed 7.1 percent year-over-year. The sales price increases are good news for the rebounding real estate industry. While the figures… Continue Reading Colorado Springs homes appreciate 8.2%

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Colorado Springs home prices increased 6.8 percent year-over-year in February, including distressed sales. CoreLogic, a real estate analyses firm released its price index for Colorado Springs and the country today. While a 6.8 percent increase in the Colorado Springs home price index is significant, prices aren’t rising as dramatically in Colorado Springs as they are… Continue Reading Springs home prices climbing slower than national average

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Fewer Springs homeowners underwater

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Local home-price increases have led to an increasing number of  Colorado Springs homeowners having positive equity in their properties, according to a recent negative equity report from CoreLogic, a research and analysis firm. During the third quarter of 2012, 19.4 percent or 29,794 of all homeowners with a mortgage owed more on their home than… Continue Reading Fewer Springs homeowners underwater

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CoreLogic reported a 10 percent jump in shadow inventory of residential property. Shadow inventory is defined as critically delinquent properties that are yet to hit the market. According to the report, shadow inventory in August was at 2.1 million, up from 1.9 million last year. The visible supply of unsold inventory remained unchanged from a year earlier… Continue Reading CoreLogic: Shadow inventory to weigh on real estate recovery

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Springs home values appreciate

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Colorado Springs home prices, including distressed sales, increased by 2.73 percent in June 2010 compared to June 2009, according to the CoreLogic Home Price Index released today. The result is still less than CoreLogic’s May’s year-over-year HPI, which coincided with the expiration of the Home Buyer Tax Credit was 3.64 percent .  Excluding distressed transactions, year-over-year HPI… Continue Reading Springs home values appreciate

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So far the Pikes Peak region’s residential real estate prices are holding their own, but high-end neighborhoods have begun to reflect a broader downward trend. Overall home prices decreased 8.44 percent during March compared to a year ago, according to First American CoreLogic’s latest Home Price Index report. During February 2009, Colorado Springs registered a… Continue Reading High-end housing enters downward price trend

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