Posts Tagged ‘home prices’

FNC index: U.S. housing prices were up again in May

OXFORD — The latest FNC Residential Price Index (RPI) shows that U.S. home prices continue to steadily improve, climbing another 0.5 percent in May in conjunction with continued improvement in housing market fundamentals. Notably, the FNC RPI shows that the pace at which home prices are rising is rather modest, averaging 0.4 percent per month […] [...]

Index: Property values continued their rebound into 2013

OXFORD – The latest FNC Residential Price Index (RPI) indicates that U.S. property values continued to recover through January — the 11th consecutive month of rising prices. Despite the uneven pace of price gains across different geographical markets, there are clear signs that the housing recovery is increasingly widespread, according to the Oxford-based mortgage technology […] [...]

FNC index shows U.S. home prices up for first time since last July

OXFORD — FNC’s latest Residential Price Index (RPI) indicates that U.S. residential property values are up for the first time since July 2011, providing more evidence that the housing market is rebounding as the spring home-buying season is underway. Despite modest declines in March home sales, home prices — based on recorded sales transactions in […] [...]

FNC Inc. index finds U.S. home prices still weakening

OXFORD — FNC’s latest Residential Price Index (RPI) indicates that U.S. residential property values continued to show signs of persistent weakening, ending in February with a seventh consecutive month-to-month decline. Despite sharply rising activities in existing home sales and new housing starts from a year ago, prices on non-distressed home sales (excluding foreclosure auction sales, […] [...]

FNC index finds U.S. home prices declined in last half of 2011

by Published: April 4,2012

Tags: economy, home prices, homes, houses, mortgages, real estate, residences

OXFORD — The latest FNC Residential Price Index (RPI) indicates that U.S. home prices declined steadily in the last half of 2011. Since July 2011, prices on non-distressed properties (excluding foreclosure sales, REO sales, and short sales) have fallen 4.5 percent — averaging nearly 1.0 percent per month. The persistent downtrends in home prices are […] [...]

FNC index: Home prices continue to fall

OXFORD — FNC’s latest Residential Price Index (RPI) indicates that U.S. home prices continued to decline despite recent signs of job recovery and rising home sales and new residential construction. The continued price retreat is no surprise as the housing market remains constrained by high volumes of delinquent mortgages and foreclosures. November marks the fourth […] [...]

Home sales, prices up on Coast compared to 2010

MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST — Mississippi Gulf Coast home sales finished 2011 on an upswing, with average sales prices up $8,000 in December and more homes sold than at the end of 2010. The Mississippi Gulf Multiple Listing Service report showed the average sales price of a home in South Mississippi was $124,694 in December. That […] [...]

FNC: U.S. home prices fell despite strong sales

by Published: October 23,2011

Tags: home prices, home sales, homes, houses, real estate, residential

OXFORD — FNC Inc.’s latest Residential Price Index indicates U.S. home prices declined in August despite strong existing home sales during the month. This decline reverses a modest fourth-month long seasonal uptrend. Amid weak economic fundamentals, home prices — as well as a number of key leading housing indicators including new housing starts and building […] [...]

Home sales up, prices down in South Mississippi

SOUTH MISSISSIPPI — The pace of home sales in South Mississippi is up for the first nine months of 2011 but the average price is not. From January through September, 267 more homes were sold than for the same period last year. The Sun Herald reports those who sold their homes this year received an […] [...]

FNC: Home prices fell, but not as far as expected

by Published: April 25,2011

Tags: home prices, homes, houses, real estate

OXFORD — FNC announced that U.S. home prices weakened only slightly in February, a better-than-expected price seasonality. Based on the latest data on non-distressed home sales (existing and new homes), FNC’s Residential Price Index (RPI) indicated that home prices in February declined 0.7 percent from January, or 5.3 percent, from a year ago. Contrary to […] [...]

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