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Here’s the HPI for many twenty metro regions throughout April’s interactive graph.
Ten metro areas hit new highs in April: Seattle, San Diego, San Francisco, Denver, Atlanta, Boston, Charlotte, Portland, Dallas, and Los Angeles.

Hit the jump for the rest of our yearly Case-Shiller graphs, including the graph of index information for many 20 metro areas.
I ll be submitting the monthly stats preview data now, so here ’ s the newest upgrade but Case-Shiller was specifically requested.

This ’s a Tableau Public interactive graph of the year-over-year change for many twenty Case-Shiller-tracked cities. Assess and un-check the boxes on the right to modify which cities are revealing:

Over precisely the same span last year prices were up 2.6 percentage month-over-month and year-over-year prices were up 12.9 percent.
Up 2.7 percent March to April



Up 13.1 percent .
Up 30.8 percent from the July 2007 peak

Seattle’s year-over-year price growth is still the highest in the country. The streak has been living.

The article Case-Shiller: Seattle’s streak on top continues… appeared initially on Seattle Bubble.
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Lastly, let’s see just how Seattle’s prices compare to burst and the bubble inflation. Note that this graph doesn’t correct for inflation.

Seattle’s rank for changes has been at #1.

Let’s Take a Look at the latest information from the Case-Shiller Home Price Index. According to last week April data that was released home costs were:
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Here’s an upgrade to the peak-decline chart, inspired by a chart created by reader CrystalBall. This graph takes the twelve metro regions whose summit index was monitors how far they’ve fallen far from their summit, and higher than 175. The horizontal axis shows the total number of weeks because every city peaked.

Seattle leads the nation in month-over-month home price development and both year-over-year. Seattle has had the highest price growth since September 2016. The only additional metro regions having double-digit price growth from a year earlier in April were Las Vegas in 12.7 percent and San Francisco at 10.9 percent.
Here are a couple stories about this month’s numbers:
In the 129 months since the 2007 price summit in Seattle prices are up 30.8 percent.