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U.S. home prices. s most-expensive market was San Jose, California, where the median price was $1.22 million. The cheapest was Decatur, Illinois, with a median of $80,800. In the first quarter of.
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1 day ago. But home prices have been climbing faster than incomes for the past seven years . This persistent gap has left many renters unable to afford.
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Home prices in the Portland metro continued their upward climb in January but at their slowest rate since 2012. Portland-area home values rose 3.3% in January compared with a year ago, according to the S&P/Case Shiller home price index.
Home Prices Jump the Most in 7 Years. Leading the upward swing in home prices are Nevada, which posted price growth of 26 percent; California, with 20.2 percent; and Arizona, at 16.9 percent growth. Those three states were among the hardest hit by the housing crisis.
WASHINGTON — U.S. home prices jumped 12.2 percent in May from a year ago, the most in seven years. The increase suggests the housing recovery is strengthening. Real estate data provider CoreLogic.
Increased demand has sent prices spiraling. The average new home price was up 25 percent in the Phoenix metro area this summer over last summer to more than $300,000 – and that’s expected to go.
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