- Home prices nationwide increased 6 percent year-over-year in July and 1.1 percent from the previous month.
- CoreLogic data suggests that U.S. home prices will increase 5.4 percent in the next year and 0.4 percent each month.
- New York State's growth was just below the national levels of median home price gains. The New York City metro was even further behind.
With the exception of a few major cities, U.S. home prices are moving up across the country and rose 6 percent annually in July, according to CoreLogic.
The Corelogic Home Price Index showed that home prices climbed 1.1 percent from June to July, and 6 percent year-over-year. Based on the data, the analytics company determined the national home price would continue increasing another 5.4 percent to July 2017. The report also suggests that home prices will increase 0.4 percent month-over-month for the next year.
“If mortgage rates continue to remain relatively low and job growth continues, as most forecasters expect, then home purchases are likely to rise in the coming year,” Dr. Frank Nothaft, chief economist for CoreLogic, said in a statement. “The increased sales will support further price appreciation, and according to the CoreLogic Home Price Index, home prices are projected to rise about 5 percent over the next year.”
Denver, Portland and Seattle all achieved double-digit price increases. Only one state, Connecticut, actually experienced a drop in home prices, according to CoreLogic. The state’s year-over-year change for single-family home prices dropped 1.2 percent over the year.
Oregon reached the highest growth, rising 11.2 percent over the year, but Washington was close by, with 10.2 percent appreciation.
Save for Connecticut’s negative figures, New Jersey experienced the lowest growth, with a 0.2 percent annual increase.
Home prices in New York
The state of New York remained almost on par with the national levels of median home price gains, CoreLogic says. Although just shy of the 6 percent increase, New York State experienced 5.5 percent throughout the state.
The New York City metro area, which includes Jersey City and White Plains, saw median home prices increase 4.2 percent over the year, according to the report. The current median home price in NYC is $586,900, according to Zillow.