Case-Shiller National Home Price Index Still HOT In December +18.84% YoY As Active Inventories Die (Phoenix AZ Fastest Growing At 32.5% YoY While Washington DC Is Slowest Growing At 10.5% YoY)

The S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller National home price index remained HOT in December, growing at a 18.84% pace. M2 Money YoY is still smoking at 13.11%.

All 20 metro areas in the Case-Shiller 20 index grew at 10% or higher YoY with my former home city Phoenix leading the way at 32.5% YoY house price growth. Washington DC, aka Mordor on The Potomac, was in last place at 10.5% YoY.

In terms of active inventory of housing, only Phoenix and Columbus Ohio are showing positive growth in active inventory YoY. But even Phoenix and Columbus saw a decline MoM (or month-over-month).

Including Existing Home Sales Active listings in the first chart, we see The Federal Reserve continuing to pump money at at 13.11% clip while active inventory is at an all-time low.

This is nuts.

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