by Bill McBride on 8/04/2015 09:11:00 AM
Tuesday, August 04, 2015
Notes: This CoreLogic House Price Index report is for June. The recent Case-Shiller index release was for May. The CoreLogic HPI is a three month weighted average and is not seasonally adjusted (NSA).
From CoreLogic: CoreLogic Reports National Home Prices Rose by 6.5 Percent Year Over Year in June 2015
CoreLogic® ... today released its June 2015 CoreLogic Home Price Index (HPI®) which shows that home prices nationwide, including distressed sales, increased by 6.5 percent in June 2015 compared with June 2014. This change represents 40 months of consecutive year-over-year increases in home prices nationally. On a month-over-month basis, home prices nationwide, including distressed sales, increased by 1.7 percent in June 2015 compared with May 2015.Click on graph for larger image.
Including distressed sales, 35 states and the District of Columbia were at or within 10 percent of their peak prices in June 2015. Fifteen states and the District of Columbia reached new price peaks—Alaska, Arkansas, Colorado, Hawaii, Iowa, Kentucky, Nebraska, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas and Wyoming. The CoreLogic HPI begins in January 1976.
Excluding distressed sales, home prices increased by 6.4 percent in June 2015 compared with June 2014 and increased by 1.4 percent month over month compared with May 2015. ...
This graph shows the national CoreLogic HPI data since 1976. January 2000 = 100.
The index was up 1.7% in June (NSA), and is up 6.5% over the last year.
This index is not seasonally adjusted, and this was a solid month-to-month increase.
The second graph is from CoreLogic. The year-over-year comparison has been positive for forty consecutive months.
The YoY increase had been moving sideways over most of the last year, but has picked up a little recently.