S&P / Case-Shiller

The 20-city S&P/Case-Shiller index is a measure of existing home values across 20 metropolitan areas throughout the U.S. By comparing single family home prices in each district to the similar home prices over time, the index tracks how property values increase or decrease. Home values have a broad, significant impact on the economy, including the housing and consumer sectors. The …

New Home Sales

New single-family home sales represent the number of brand-new houses that were purchased or committed to being purchased over the course of a month. Data pertaining new home sales is collected from the Selling Office Commission and local building permit offices assuming that new houses built are being built to sell. This indicator has a trickle-down effect as demand rises …