July 12, 2024


San Diego real estate marketThe S&P/Case-Shiller 20-city report on home prices showed a decline of 18.5% in December 2008 from the same month a year earlier.

The index has fallen every month since January 2007. Home prices fell 18.2% in the fourth quarter of 2008, the largest drop in its 21-year history. The average price of a home has dropped by more than 25% after peaking in 2006.                                                                               San Diego real estate market

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5 thoughts on “National Home Price Index Drops 18.5%

  1. The thing that makes economics more of an art than a science is that conditions out in the real world are always changing. Wnile a laboratory experiment controls the circumstances, “the economy” at any given time is largely unique. Factors may be somewhat similar to other times, but economies do not duplicate.

    And the fact that economic cycles do not recur at precise intervals does not invalidate the cycles.

    Looking at the mass of derivatives we have currently and the direction we’re in, it is probable that there’s a long downside left in this cycle. And there probably isn’t a “cure”. The idea that there is some magic “right” thing to do to fix everything is a myth. A very popular myth. Especially among our “leaders”. The mantra of our leaders is “We can’t just do nothing” when doing nothing and letting the markets work their way out of it is probably as good a tactic as any.

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  2. “The massive inventory overhang in the market and the surge in foreclosures mean prices will continue to fall rapidly,” Ian Shepherdson, chief U.S. economist at High Frequency Economics in Valhalla, N.Y., said today in a note to clients, Bloomberg reported. “The administration’s rescue plan will, in time, slow the rate of decline, but it won’t happen immediately.”

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