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Here’s a breakdown of home prices in the 4 largest states

Black Knight: Home prices slightly increase in February

Home prices nationwide increased in February, albeit a slight 1.2% increase, with the four largest states staying within the same range, according to Black Knight’s March Home Price Index report. This is up 5.3% on a year-over-year basis and continues a long-time trend of rising home prices

Black Knight’s Home Price Index report uses repeat sales data from the ‘nation’s largest’ public records data set as well as its loan-level mortgage performance data.

The Black Knight HPI provides micro-level valuation data by covering nearly 90% of U.S. residential properties at the ZIP-code level in both disclosure and non-disclosure states.

As a result, national home prices are now up 29% since the market's bottom in January 2012, and at $257,000, the national level HPI is now just 3.8% off its June 2006 peak of $268,000.

This chart gives an overview of the nation’s home prices.

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(Source: Black Knight)

Here’s an extra break down of home prices in the four largest states:

New York:

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(Source: Black Knight)

Florida:

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(Source: Black Knight)

Texas:

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(Source: Black Knight)

California:

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(Source: Black Knight)

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