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This ’therefore a Tableau Public interactive chart of the year-over-year change for many twenty Case-Shiller-tracked cities. Check and un-check the boxes on the right to alter which cities are revealing:

In June the position dropped to #8, and in July it dropped all the way on the base in #20. However, Seattle still gets the second-highest year-over-year price development. The single metro area with higher price growth in the year earlier in July was Las Vegas in 13.7 percent.

Last year at this time prices were up 0.7 percentage month-over-month and year-over-year costs were up 13.5 percent.

Seattle’s year-over-year price growth is decreasing. Around top Las Vegas has been for the past two months, although from September 2016 during May 2018 our economy had the largest profits.

This ’s an update to the peak-decline graph, motivated by means of a graph made by author CrystalBall. This graph takes the twelve subway regions whose summit index was tracks how far they’ve fallen so far from their summit, and greater than 175. The horizontal axis shows the entire number of weeks since each individual city.
This ’s the Seattle Times’ narrative about this past month ’s amounts: As Seattle home costs dive, outer reaches of subway region are all humming along
Hit the jump for the remainder of our monthly Case-Shiller charts, including indicator information for several 20 metro areas’ interactive chart.

This ’s the graph of the HPI for all twenty metro areas through July.
Down less than 0.1 percent June to July

Permit ’s Take a Look at the latest Information from the Case-Shiller Home Price Index. According to now July data which has been released , Seattle-area home prices were:

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

Eleven metro areas hit new highs in July: San Francisco, Denver, Atlanta, Boston, Minneapolis, Charlotte, Cleveland, Portland, San Diego, Los Angeles, along with Dallas.

At the 132 weeks since the 2007 price summit in Seattle costs grew up 34.7 percent.

This ’s many twenty five markets were appeared for by the month-over-month cost changes:

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Up 12.1 per cent YOY.
Upward 34.7 percent from the July 2007 summit