From the WSJ:
Home prices went up sharply in October, as the market showed no signs of slowing after setting a record a month earlier.
The S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller Indices, which covers the entire nation, rose 5.6% in the 12 months ended in October, up from the 5.4% increase reported in September.
The 10-city index gained 4.3%, up from 4.2% in September. The 20-city index gained 5.1% year over year, up slightly from a 5% increase in September.
The hottest markets in the country remain concentrated in the Northwest, as many buyers priced out of the Silicon Valley area flee to secondary tech hubs. Seattle reported a 10.7% increase, Portland reported a 10.3% year-over-year gain, and Denver had an 8.3% increase in home prices.
Month-over-month the U.S. Index rose 0.2% in October before seasonal adjustment. The 10-city remained unchanged, and the 20-city index increased 0.1% in October from September.
After seasonal adjustment, the national index rose 0.9% month over month. The 10-city index and the 20-city index each rose 0.6%.
After seasonal adjustment, all 20 cities saw prices rise in October.