It’s the last Tuesday of the month, a/k/a Case-Shiller Tuesday, and the results are in for November home price trends.
The seasonally-adjusted index for metro-area Chicago single-family homes dropped 2.28% from the previous month and dropped year-over-year by 5.82%. This places the current index just below price levels prevailing in October of 2001.
The seasonally-adjusted condo index also fell month-over-month, decreasing by 3.69% and fell year-over-year, by 9.47%. That index is now just below June of 2000 levels.
The single-family and condo index prices declined for the third straight month, following several months of price increases.
The not-seasonally-adjusted single-family index fell 3.38% month-over-month and 5.95% year-over-year. The condo index fell 3.81% month-over-month and 9.61% year-over-year.
There. You have it – the latest months’-old data.
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