Increasing house prices in the U.S – an uncertain sign yet of the economy consolidation


The U.S. housing market is an important pillar of the American economy. Apparently, this can be a sign to about achieving a sustainable recovery level after the financial crisis but the analysts are yet reserved in trenchant affirmations. Despite the existence of some clear signs of the housing market overheating, “there is a risk of bubbles in these cities” Shiller told this week to journalists. A large influx of outside investor money is involved and it is not any safer prediction regarding the trend that will be in the next year.

The Standard & Poor’s Case Shiller Home Price Indices reflects prices in real terms, corrected for inflation. The composite 20 Index processes the estate’s information from: Phoenix metropolitan area, Greater Los Angeles, San Diego County, San Francisco, Denver – Aurora metropolitan area, South Florida metropolitan area, Washington metropolitan area, South Florida metropolitan area, Tampa Bay area, Atlanta metropolitan area, Chicago metropolitan area, Greater Boston, Metro Detroit, Minneapolis – Saint Paul, Charlotte metropolitan area, Las Vegas metropolitan area, New York metropolitan area, Greater Cleveland, Portland metropolitan area, Seattle metropolitan area, Dallas / Fort Worth Metroplex.


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