2014年9月11日 星期四

【美國News】密西根州七月房屋上漲幅度全美最高

統計資料顯示密西根七月房屋上漲幅度全美最高,達+11.4% !!! 整體房屋還是離2006最高點還有段距離 。

不過還沒買到的朋友也別擔心,在不同白人地區,有些比較靠近底特律白人的優質地區如Westland,Romulus,Redford等都才剛由底部復甦過來,距離歷史高點平均都還有-40%左右!! 如果透過法拍手段重新整修後,價差有時可以更大! 最近比較近底特律的白人區域,很明顯的房價開始上漲,租金也蠢蠢欲動,是個絕佳進場的好時機 !
Michigan home price gains top U.S. in July


Nationally home prices rose 7.4 percent in July from July 2013. (Ken Blevins / AP)
Washington — Michigan home prices had the biggest price gain in the U.S. in July, at 11.4 percent. Across the nation, home prices rose but at a slower rate compared with earlier this year. The moderating price increases could help support sales.
Real estate data provider CoreLogic said Tuesday that prices rose 7.4 percent in July from July 2013. That was slightly below June’s year-over-year increase of 7.5 percent and far below a recent peak of 11.9 percent in February.
Michigan’s home prices still remain down 17.2 percent from their peak in November 2005.
Prices rose nationwide 1.2 percent in July from June; in Michigan, they were up 3.2 percent. CoreLogic’s monthly figures aren’t adjusted for seasonality, such as increased buying that occurs in warm weather.
The smaller price gains should make homes more affordable. The average 30-year fixed mortgage rate was 4.1 percent last week, the lowest in a year. And the number of available homes rose 3.5 percent in July to the most in nearly two years. A greater supply tends to limit the bidding wars that inflate prices.
Greater affordability has helped housing recover over the spring and summer after sales and construction fell earlier this year. Sales of existing homes rose for a fourth straight month in July to their strongest pace in nine months. And a measure of signed contracts also increased in July, suggesting that final sales will rise further in coming months.
Home prices rose in 49 states in July from the previous year but fell in Arkansas, CoreLogic said. Michigan’s 11.4 percent rise was followed by Maine, at 10.6 percent; Nevada, 10.6 percent; Hawaii 10.5 percent; and California, at 10.5 percent.
Prices in 11 states and Washington, D.C., have now completely rebounded from the housing bust and reached new highs. Those states are: Alaska, Colorado, Iowa, Louisiana, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas and Vermont.
Some mixed signals have emerged about the housing market. Home construction jumped 15.7 percent in July to an eight-month high as developers broke ground on more single-family homes and apartment buildings. But sales of new homes fell that month, which could limit future construction.
Housing helped boost the economy in the April-June quarter, when growth reached an annual rate of 4.2 percent. Housing had subtracted from growth in the previous two quarters.

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