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    Foreclosed homeowners aren't the only ones who have lost stratospheric amounts of equity in the past six years.

  • New Homes Inventory Falls to 50-year Low and Prices Surge by

    The inventory of new homes for sale reached its lowest level in 50 years, lower than existing homes, and pushed new home prices higher to drive the real estate market, according to Pro Teck’s October Home Value Forecast Update.

  • Case-Shiller: Phoenix Prices Soared Through August by

    Average home prices increased by 0.9 percent for both the 10- and 20-City Case-Shiller Composites in August versus July and 19 of the 20 cities posted positive monthly gains in August. However, on a year-over-year basis, no market came remotely close to touching Phoenix’s 18.8 percent increase in prices.


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