The median home price just rose above $400,000 nationally for the first time ever!
The median U.S. home price just passed $400,000 for the first time ever, according to data from the St. Louis Federal Reserve.
In the third quarter the median home price hit $404,700, jumping nearly 13% since third quarter of 2020, when the median sales price was $358,700.
A recent note from Goldman Sachs states home prices could rise another 16% by the end of next year, and the latest forecast by Fannie Mae, median home prices are expected to rise another 7.9% between Q4 2021 and Q4 2022.
“The housing shortage has contributed meaningfully to the record pace of home price appreciation we are currently experiencing,” Morgan Stanley strategists wrote in August. “While the magnitude of the shortage described above means it is unlikely that we will find ourselves with an excess of supply at any point in the near future, the pace at which supply is contracting has slowed.”
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