Six New Markets Rebound Fully in February

first_img April 25, 2014 671 Views Home Equity Home Values 2014-04-25 Tory Barringer Share Six New Markets Rebound Fully in Februarycenter_img in Daily Dose, Data, Featured, Headlines, News The number of markets around the nation that have seen home values recover fully rose by six in February, according to data from company’s February Local Market Index, released Wednesday, shows annual home value gains in all 300 of the country’s top markets. For the ninth straight month, California dominate the list of the top 10 markets, with Los Angeles leading the way at an appreciation rate of 25.8 percent over the last year.Based on the month’s gains, three more of the top 100 largest markets have now achieved a full price recovery as of February: Salt Lake City, Utah; Albany, New York; and Chattanooga, Tennessee. The addition of those three metros—plus three others in Missouri and North Carolina—brings the total number of fully recovered markets on’s list to 98.In addition, nearly two-thirds of the top 300 markets nationwide have rebounded more than 50 percent from their lowest price points since the crash.“February’s rebound progress illustrates how home prices in most markets across the country are appreciating, even in the depths of winter,” said Brock MacLean, EVP for “This is unusual given harsh weather conditions in most markets, but a positive sign as we enter peak season.”With more areas recovering to full health and more homeowners returning to positive-equity positions, MacLean says there’s greater hope for consumers to sell or refinance as the market stabilizes.Most of the top rebounding markets in February were in the South, including six in Texas, two in Oklahoma, and one in Louisiana (the exception being Pittsburgh).On the other hand, nearly all of the markets with the worst rebound percentages were located in states that have struggled since the crash, illustrating how far they still have to climb; out of the bottom 10, six were in Florida, two were in California, one was in Nevada, and one was in Massachusetts.last_img read more

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first_imgArizona Cardinals running back Adrian Peterson (23) tries to avoid Jacksonville Jaguars strong safety Barry Church (42) during the second half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Nov. 26, 2017, in Glendale, Ariz. (AP Photo/Rick Scuteri) “I have no clue,” he said. “We’ve got five of them, and four of them practiced. I’m not sure who will be available yet.”Backup running back and return man Kerwynn Williams practiced despite fighting through the pain of cracked ribs that he suffered against the Jaguars. Arizona also has second-year pro D.J. Foster and the bigger Elijhaa Penny on the roster.Foster, who has seen an increased role since the departure of Andre Ellington, recorded a carry for four yards and added three receptions for 18 yards — including a tip-toe catch to set up the game-winning field goal — last week in the 27-24 win over the Jaguars.Additionally, the Cardinals promoted 24-year-old running back Bronson Hill off the practice squad on Wednesday. Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires 7 Comments   Share   Top Stories Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Arizona Cardinals starting running back Adrian Peterson sat out practice Wednesday with a neck injury, head coach Bruce Arians said. Arians added that the injury was suffered in last week’s win over the Jacksonville Jaguars.As of the middle of the week, Arians didn’t know how the running back depth chart will look for Arizona’s Week 13 game against the Los Angeles Rams at University of Phoenix Stadium. The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impactlast_img read more

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first_imgGo back to the e-newsletter Go back to the e-newsletterAustralia’s most anticipated hotel, FELIX Hotel launched on 28 February. Brought to you by 8Hotels, the group behind 1888, the world’s first Instagram Hotel and the first Astrology Hotel, The Ultimo.This sophisticated and savvy take on what an airport hotel should be – but has never been before – is inspired by the 1960’s golden era of flying with a touch of ‘Catch Me If You Can’ coolness. The 150-room hotel is set to turn Sydney’s airport hotel precinct upside down as guests enter and make their way to the top for check-in on the glamorous Penthouse level that channels ‘Mad Men’ vibes; this is where guests’ stay with Felix begins,with the reception in the Penthouse offering views of Sydney and of planes swooping onto the runways beneath them.The travelling theme through FELIX starts with optional self-check-in kiosks and runs through the connected sky lounge designed for the digital nomad. Close that venture capital deal or collaborate on the next hot tech startup possibly with some help from the cocktail bar staff. Rooms include fine bedding, 55-inch televisions, power rain showers, blackout curtains, fast Wi-Fi and thoughtful design – all high-flying themed – Economy, Premium Economy, Business and First Class.Guests will also find a 24-hour Food Shop, where they can select from a range of locally sourced gourmet drink and dine options, and charge the lot to their room with a swipe of their key. When the work is done, guests can check out the terrace, home to Sydney’s only hotel rooftop cinema.The launching event was held around the bar on penthouse level, featuring floor-to-ceiling windows and one of the best views of the Sydney Domestic Airport runways. In attendance were Kris Smith, Nikki Phillips, Casey Burgess, Matt de Groot, Alice Quiddington, Christopher Haggarty, our very own Cathy Wagstaff and many more.Food was catered by Hampshire & Legge, serving truffled arancini, shredded pork sliders, chermoula marinated chicken skewers and crispy polenta chips.Scroll down to see pictures from the event!last_img read more