Case-Shiller Home Price Index – United States Housing Market

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The Case-Shiller Home Price Indices track home price information for the United States in general and for specific municipalities for the purpose of understanding the housing market and its interaction with the overall economy.

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The Case-Shiller index typically refers to one of several indices based upon the work of economists Karl Case and Robert Shiller, who created a model that calculates home prices dating back to 1890.