Home Price Growth Highest (12% YoY) Since 2005 Housing Bubble On Tight Inventory And Massive Fed Money

S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller US National home price index rose a staggering 12% year-over-year, the fastest growth since the infamous housing bubble in 2005. The 2005 housing bubble was loose-credit related; this bubble is excess money related.

Inventory for sale is near all-time lows. With the massive surge in Fed M2 money, prices are growing at a sizzling 12% year-over-year.

All of the 20 metro areas grew at 10% and higher in February. Except for Chicago. Phoenix AZ and San Diego CA are both growing at a 17% pace.

Mr. Powell, stop printing money!

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