Case-Shiller’s December Report: 10th consecutive increase

The December report of the Case-Shiller Index for the 5-County SF Metro Area was released today, showing its 10th consecutive increase. In the high-tier-price index, which applies to the city better than their other indexes, but still understates the increases we’ve seen here, C-S shows a 9% increase in prices in the past 12 months, December 2011 to December 2012. Again, the real estate market of the city of San Francisco itself has outperformed the general market of the 5-county metro area.



Our full report on the Case-Shiller Index is here:

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May Case-Shiller Shows Dramatic Jump

The May reading for the S&P Case-Shiller Index, released today, substantiated what we’ve known for quite some time: the SF home market (though the Index is for the 5-County Metro Area) is rapidly accelerating. Since the Index is a rolling 3-month average and published 2 months after the title month, it is always 3-4 months behind what is actually occurring in the market between buyers and sellers.

Our entire report on the Case-Shiller Index is on the Paragon Market Dynamics section here:

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