Home Prices Push Up – Now is the Time to Sell

Home prices edged up again in November as markets across the nation climbed a little closer to their pre-crash peaks—and others pushed up past them.

The latest Home Price Index (HPI) report from Black Knight Financial Services (BKFS) shows prices rising in November to a national index value of $232,000, up 0.3 percent from October. Compared to November 2012, the recent index was up 8.5 percent.

Georgia Home Prices at a glance

*Includes data and transactions through 12/31/2013
-0.6 %
0.5 %
8.4 %
$ 126,200
-2.0 %
-3.6 %
-2.9 %
$ 94,300
-0.6 %
-1.5 %
1.8 %
$ 133,000
1.5 %
4.6 %
15.6 %
$ 136,300
-1.2 %
-1.2 %
-0.9 %
$ 87,800
1.2 %
1.7 %
4.7 %
$ 145,400
-0.7 %
1.2 %
0.8 %
$ 95,400
-1.1 %
1.9 %
3.9 %
$ 69,100
-1.9 %
-2.4 %
0.6 %
$ 107,800
-2.8 %
-2.7 %
4.0 %
$ 90,700
-0.5 %
1.4 %
12.2 %
$ 98,100
0.5 %
3.5 %
7.8 %
$ 84,600
-0.5 %
1.1 %
-2.6 %
$ 83,100
-0.5 %
0.8 %
8.6 %
$ 128,800
0.7 %
3.9 %
17.6 %
$ 134,600
2.0 %
6.1 %
15.3 %
$ 90,600
-0.4 %
0.4 %
-3.1 %
$ 83,400
-0.6 %
-0.2 %
1.3 %
$ 94,700
-0.2 %
0.1 %
3.2 %
$ 144,100
-0.4 %
-0.3 %
0.1 %
$ 148,100
-1.0 %
-0.7 %
8.7 %
$ 125,300
-1.7 %
-0.6 %
4.0 %
$ 134,900
-8.5 %
-15.3 %
1.7 %
$ 117,000
-0.3 %
-0.2 %
0.8 %
$ 104,800

 

The South Home Prices

Georgia $126,200 8.4%
South Carolina $126,000 2.2%
Alabama $123,200 -1.0%
Florida $152,300 14.7%
Tennessee $118,500 2.6%
North Carolina $143,400 3.2%

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