Las Vegas forecast to lead 2013 home price gains

U.S. home prices rose in October from the previous year at the fastest pace in almost eight years. But price gains slowed in most U.S. cities from September to October, suggesting the increases.

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Home prices accelerated in December, Case-Shiller shows. – Home prices show little sign of slowing down, and Western metros are the hottest with double-digit annual gains.. home prices accelerated in December, Case-Shiller shows. while in Las Vegas.

Price. Las Vegas (6.3%). Next in line were Los Angeles (6.1%), Charlotte (5.6%), Atlanta (4.9%), and San Diego (4.5%). Nine cities welcomed greater year-over-year gains in April than in March,

Broken down regionally, home price gains saw moderate growth in the short-term and long-term forecast. The West is expected to see a total 2013 gain of 10.1%, while the South will stay closer to 5.

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That’s not as steep as the gains of the last 12 months, but it’s still significant. In fact, Las Vegas could be one of the highest-performing metros in 2014, where home prices are concerned. There are various indicators that support this forecast. Take the S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Index, for example.

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Las Vegas yearly gains ramped up to 27.0 percent , surpassing the yearly gains of 25.7 percent in Phoenix. This is the first time since April 2012 that Phoenix has not led the top 50 major metro.

The biggest gains were seen in some of the cities that were hardest hit by the crisis, including Phoenix, which rose 23 percent. Atlanta climbed 16.5 percent, while Las Vegas was up 17.6 percent. On.

S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Indices: Home Price Gains. – "Home prices rose at their slowest pace since February of last year," said David M. Blitzer, Chairman of the Index Committee at S&P Dow Jones Indices. "The 10- and 20-City Composites posted just over 9%, well below expectations. Month-to-month, all cities are posting gains before seasonal.