Karl Case

Economist Karl Case dies at 69
Posted on
Economist Karl Case dies at 69

Co-founded the Case-Shiller Home Price Index. More

Posted on
Existing-Home Prices Rose in June

The S&P/Case-Shiller Indices show a 3.6% gain compared to the same month a year ago. More

Posted on
Existing-Home Prices Continued to Plummet in March

The S&P/Case-Shiller Composite Index for 20 metro markets fell by 18.7% over the same month a year ago, exceeding economists’ forecasts. More

RX for Recovery
Posted on
RX for Recovery

As the new year drawns, A blood-red sun rises on the horizon, warning of even... More

Posted on
Haunted Houses

TOM NOON REMEMBERS LIKE it was yesterday when California's last housing boom stalled. After unheard-of sales and price growth throughout the 1980s, the state's housing bubble started leaking air in the spring of 1990 and deflated “pretty quickly,” says Noon, D.R. Horton's COO-California. The causes included usurious interest rates, severe job losses, and parity between supply and demand. The consequence was a six-year-long recession during which builders and unemployed homeowners evacuated the state in search of more-stable ground. More

RSS
BUILDER Local Housing Data
Watch BUILDER videos
Close X