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  • [Pulse] These 10 markets will see the most home-price growth in the next year

    Only 1 major market makes the list
    Ten markets will see residential property values rise an average of 7.85% in the next year – more than twice the 3.7% rate projected for the rest of the country. But while this might sound great, the average growth of the top 10 is a half-percent drop from the 8.3% we projected last quarter. This is part of a softening that, while significant, is simply a slowing down of most markets.
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  • Housing market continues cooldown

    Home-price growth slows in March
    After accelerating at a steady clip for several years, home-price growth has slowed this spring as the housing market continues to cool down. Home prices increased just 3.7% year over year in March, according to the latest data from CoreLogic, increasing by just 1% from the month before. And, data suggests things won't look any rosier next month.
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  • Low mortgage rates won't heat up the housing market, analysts say

    Instead, the slowing economy will trample homebuyer confidence and home-price growth will fall
    Mortgage rates have dropped significantly as of late, but analysts at Capital Economics warn against getting too excited about the possibility that low rates will heat up the housing market. Why? Blame the slowing economy, which will take a bite out of homebuyer confidence. Read on to learn more about why analysts predict existing-home sales will simply "tread water" over the next year despite favorable rates.
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  • Home-price growth expected to pick up in year ahead

    Strong spring home buying season may spur growth
    Home prices have been appreciating rapidly since the housing market's recovery, but they've stepped off the fast track in recent months, displaying a notable slowdown in appreciation. But CoreLogic predicts a turnaround thanks to low mortgage rates, which should spur strong home-buying activity this spring and nudge home prices upward.
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