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FNC: Home prices slightly increase

Home prices up in 16 major metros
The spring housing market appears to be off to a good start as U.S. home prices continue to climb after dropping unexpectedly in January. According to FNC’s housing economist, psychologically and economically, people prefer to buy homes when prices are rising than when they are falling.
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S&P/Case-Shiller: Home prices up 5.7%

Keep upward trend
In the latest home price report from S&P/Case-Shiller, home values continued to rise in January. Furthermore, S&P's managing director and Zillow's chief economist project if first-time homebuyers should expect a tough time buying into this market.
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U.S. January 2016 home prices rise just 0.1%

Home prices now up 26.7% since 2012 low
The numbers that closed out last year have repeated in January 2016’s home price index report. While home prices continue to increase, they are rising slowly. Prices are now just 5.4% below the high in June 2006.
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CoreLogic: Home prices keep moving up and up

Expected to continue to rise throughout 2016
Home prices continue to trend higher across much of the country as the real estate market heads into its busy season. This year is shaping up well, with CoreLogic attributing the strength to rates staying low and continued job and income growth.
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Black Knight: Home prices close out 2015 relatively flat

Only rise 0.1% from November
As last year came to a close, home prices didn't announce any surprise, remaining basically flat and increasing a marginal 0.1%. And while New York once again led gains among the states, another stated joined it to be one of the top states leading the way in December.
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RealtyTrac: Home prices in 35% of major metro areas hit all-time high in 2015

2015 tracking towards most homes sold in nine years
For more than a third of the nation’s major metro areas, home prices have reached all-time highs in 2015, a new report from RealtyTrac shows. RealtyTrac’s report also shows that there were more single-family homes and condos sold in the first 10 months of 2015 than in any of the last nine years.
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