Case-Shiller Index is a proprietary measure of home prices developed by Standard & Poor’s. The index is based on data from repeat sales of single-family homes across the United States. It is used to track changes in home prices over time, and is often used as an indicator of the overall health of the housing market. This news, articles and videos section provides updates and analysis on the Case-Shiller Index and how it is impacting the housing market.
COMMENT: Mr. Armstrong, I just want to congratulate you on creating Socrates. I am a real estate aficionado and Socrates has beaten the Case-Shiller Index which peaked in June of 2022 and even the Redfin Index which peaked in May 2022. Socrates peaked at a high in December 2021 ahead of everyone. Your model has
The Case-Shiller index tracking single-family home price changes in 20 large U.S. metropolitan areas for February is expected to be flat from a year ago, according to estimates. That hasn't happened since 2012.