Home Prices Continued to Decline in San Francisco According To Case-Schiller

We think that only Superman may be bulletproof but not the San Francisco housing prices.

Case Schiller reported its numbers and for the San Francisco area and the numbers did drop.

The table below summarizes the results for February 2012. The S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Indices are revised for the 24 prior months

 

February 2012                         February/January                       January ’12/December ’11

Metropolitan Area Level                       Change (%)                                        Change (%)                                     1-Year Change (%)

San Francisco 124.64                                     -0.7%                                                             -2.5                                                          -4.1%

A summary of the monthly changes using the seasonally adjusted (SA) and non-seasonally adjusted

(NSA) data can be found in the table below.

February/January Change (%)                         January ’12/December ’11 Change (%)

 

                              NSA   SA                                        NSA        SA

San Francisco   -0.7%    0.1%                                       -2.5%     -0.6%

We wonder where the housing prices will go on planet Krypton.

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2 responses to “Home Prices Continued to Decline in San Francisco According To Case-Schiller

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