DWELL D.FW – Surprise…Home Prices are UP!!

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I am asked daily; is it the right time to Sell or is the right time to Buy?  My answer is a resounding  “ABSOLUTELY”.  Here is one of the many reasons why (read below)

CoreLogic reports that national home prices increased by 12% year-over-year in January. This marks the 23rd consecutive month of year-over-year increases in the CoreLogic Home Price Index.

Nationally, home prices increased 0.9% month-over-month from December. For the past 20 years, the average month-over-month appreciation for January has been 0.2%, and the January 2014 increase was the largest January increase since 2006.

Year-over-year home prices were up in 49 states and the District of Columbia. Only Mississippi showed a price decrease. Nevada led the country with a 22.2% price increase from January 2013, followed closely by California with a 20.3% increase.

In terms of monthly changes, 39 states and the District of Columbia showed increases, with Vermont (+2.7%) and New York (+2.7%) showing the largest increases and New Hampshire (-1.5%) and Iowa (-1%) experiencing the largest decreases.

Texas, Louisiana and Nebraska reached new heights in home prices, and Colorado was within a tenth of a percent of its peak. Conversely, Nevada remained at 40.1% below its peak in 2006, followed by Florida (-36.4%).

To find out the current value of your home or if your looking for your next perfect home, contact me today.  To get started, visit me at Dwell-D.FW.  I can also be reached at Mobile/Text 214.769.2142.

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My thanks to Ebby for providing the content.

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