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Seattle’s rank last season, for month-over-month changes fell off but jumped back to #1 in February.
Check back tomorrow for our appearance at information for Seattle’s price tiers.

This ’s this HPI for many twenty metro areas through February’s graph.

Up 1.7 percent January into February

(Home Price Indices, Standard & Poor’s, 2018-04-24)

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Up 12.7 percent .
Up 23.9 percent from the July 2007 peak

Seattle leads the nation in month-over-month home cost growth and both year-over-year. The only other metro regions having double-digit price growth from a year earlier are Las Vegas in 11.6 percent and San Francisco at 10.1 percent.
Here’s the story on this particular month ’s amounts by the Seattle Times: Seattle-area home price growth from current boom has surpassed last decade bubble

Allow ’s see how Seattle’s current costs compare to the bubble inflation and burst. Note that this chart doesn’t adjust for inflation.

According February data that has been released this afternoon , Seattle-area home prices were to:

Ten metro regions hit new all time highs in February: San Diego, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Denver, Atlanta, Boston, Charlotte, Portland, Dallas, and Seattle. February marks the first time that San Diego and Los Angeles have passed their 2005/2006 things that are high.

Seattle’s year-over-year cost growth remains the highest in the country. The series was living for eighteen months.
Here’s an update to the peak-decline graph, inspired by a graph created by reader CrystalBall. This graph takes the twelve metro regions whose summit index was tracks how far they have fallen so far from their peak, and higher than 175. The horizontal axis indicates the number of weeks because each city.

Over precisely the exact same span last year prices were up 1.8 percent month-over-month and year-over-year prices were up 12.1 percent.

At the 127 months since the 2007 price peak in Seattle prices are up 23.9 percent.
Hit the jump for the rest of our yearly charts, including indicator information for all 20 metro areas’ interactive graph.

Here’s a Tableau Public interactive graph of the year-over-year change for all twenty Case-Shiller-tracked cities. Check and un-check the boxes on the right to alter which cities are currently revealing: