"In what is usually the calendar-year high point for home price gains, month-over-month appreciation in March 2019 was just 1%, down from 1.25% at the same time last year," said Black Knight Division President Ben Graboske, according to the report.
From HousingWire: black knight: home prices rise 1% in April from March U.S. home prices were up 1% for the month, rising 4.9% on a year-over-year basis, according to Black Knight’s latest home price index report, based on April 2015.
WASHINGTON (4/28/15)–Home prices climbed 0.7% in February and jumped 4.6% on an annual basis for the month, according to recent numbers from Black Knight Financial Services (Economy.com April 27).February’s performance, pushing average home prices up to $242,000, was the largest monthly increase for home prices since June 2014.
A new report by Black Knight states that the decline in mortgage rates confirmed by Freddie Mac have resulted in 5.9 million refinance candidates in April-an increase of 2 million from March.
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Black Knight Home Price Index Report: U.S. Home Prices Continue to Hit New Highs in April, Rising 1.2 Percent from March, Up 6.0 Percent Year-Over-Year. Email Print Friendly Share.
Only Pune and Bangalore bucked the trend and saw a rise in sales of 21.1 per cent and 0.9 per cent respectively. However, prices in most of these. director (research) at Knight Frank India. “From.
Rising home prices are a good thing in general. The problem is that as housing prices rise, most incomes are not rising enough to keep up with the price increases.. according to Black Knight.
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Recent reports by CoreLogic found that home prices rose 3.6% in April and are. of mortgage applications to rise 1.5% over the past week.. by Black Knight states that declining mortgages.
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Black Knight reports that "in March – a month that typically sees the largest home price gains of the year – prices rose by just 1%, marking 13 consecutive months of home price deceleration."