Colorado Home Prices Increased More

Colorado home prices increased by 7.3% in the last year; national jumped 3.8%. Colorado home prices showed a much higher increase and is number 5 from all the cities in the US according to this article:

U.S. home prices jumped 3.8 percent in the 12 months ending in July, according to a private real estate data provider. The year-over-year increase was the biggest in six years, further evidence that the housing market is steadily recovering.

CoreLogic said Tuesday that home prices also rose 1.3 percent in July from June. That’s the fifth straight increase in both the monthly and year-over-year price indexes.

The index is the third national measure to show steady increases. The Standard & Poor’s/Case-Shiller index posted its first annual increase in nearly two years last week. And a federal government housing agency has also reported annual increases.

The states with the biggest gains according to CoreLogic over the past 12 months were Arizona, Idaho, Utah, South Dakota and Colorado, which gained 7.3 percent. In Arizona, prices have risen 16.6 percent since July 2011.

Read more:National home prices up 3.8 percent, Colorado up 7.3 percent – The Denver Post

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