Thursday, October 26, 2006

U.S. new-home prices plunging at fastest pace in 36 years

BIGGEST DROP IN MEDIAN NEW-HOME SALES PRICES IN 36 YEARS

U.S. NEW-HOME SALES DOWN 14.2% YEAR-OVER-YEAR

U.S. AUG. NEW-HOME SALES REVISED LOWER TO 1.02M VS. 1.05M

but get this July's new home sales from 1,072,000 to 984,000!!!!
dank geht an russ winter http://www.xanga.com/russwinter

U.S. SEPT. NEW-HOME MEDIAN PRICES FALL 9.7% YEAR-OVER-YEAR

U.S. SEPT. NEW-HOME INVENTORIES FALL 1.9% TO 557,000

without the cancallations. the average canrate from the big builders is about 25%-30%
das ohne ber├╝cksichtigung der stornierungen die im schnitt bei 25-30% liegen

U.S. SEPT. NEW-HOME SALES RISE 5.3% TO 1.075M PACE

The median sales price of new houses sold in September 2006 was $217,100; the average sales price was $293,200.(with incentives probably 10-15% lower!)

It's the second consecutive decline in inventories. The inventory peaked at 7.2 months in July. Inventories are up 14.4% in the past year
meaningless/canrate, bedeutungslos/stornierungsrate

make sure you see much more details and graphs from calculatet risk!
http://calculatedrisk.blogspot.com/2006/10/september-new-home-sales-1075-million.html,http://calculatedrisk.blogspot.com/2006/10/more-on-september-new-home-sales.html,http://www.autodogmatic.com/index.php/sst/2006/10/26/p348#more348, http://calculatedrisk.blogspot.com/2006/10/nar-adjustment.html


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