According to the current CoreLogic price index and the March 2022 forecast, US home prices in March 2022 continued to be higher than annual incomes, a record 20.9% increase.

Even with last year’s double-digit price increase, annual yields will be delayed by up to 6% by March next year, due in part to rising house prices and higher house prices, which are hampering the capacity of some properties.

Buyers who closed the building in March had a good chance of lowering the price of marijuana by about 4% or slightly less. By the end of April, prices had risen to 5%, up 30% from the same period last year, and trends could hurt potential buyers.

“The annual growth of the US index is the largest we have measured in the 45th history of the CoreLogic Home Price Index,” said Dr. Frank Nothaft, Chief Economist at CoreLogic. “The fact that prices are rising is rapidly raising interest rates on home loans and consumer purchases have fallen sharply. Interest rates on 30-year fixed-rate home loans rose to around 2 percent in April from a year ago.

Top Market Takeaways:

• Globally, house prices rose by 20.9% in March 2022 compared to March 2021. Monthly house prices rose by 3.3% compared to February 2022.

• In March, the annual value of closed buildings (22%) was 4.7 percent higher than that of connected buildings (17.3%).

• By March 2023, the annual housing price is expected to slow down by 5.9%.

• In March, housing prices in Tampa, Florida, reached 32.5% in 20 major metropolitan areas. Phoenix is in second place with 30.4% annual revenue. At the lower end of the growth rate are metropolitan areas in New York and Washington, both at 9.9%.

• Looking at subway trends, Florida and Arizona had the highest housing prices, at 31.4% and 28.7%, respectively. Tennessee ranked third in Nevada with a real estate growth of 24.7%.

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