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Breakdown of U.S. housing prices shows gains almost everywhere

Posted on 18 February 2013

The latest numbers from the field are in, and the news is good. Housing prices were up almost everywhere across the country in 2012. Of the 134 core-based statistical areas (CBSAs) that reported 500 or more sales last year, 123 saw gains, according to year-over-year data collected as of Dec. 31 by Pro Teck Valuation Services of Waltham, Mass. CBSAs are defined as “micropolitan” areas of at least 10,000 people who are tied to an urban center by commuting.
Some increases were exceptional, such as the nearly 35% jump in the price per square foot in the Phoenix CBSA and 25% each in San Jose and Fort Myers, Fla. Others were minuscule, such as the 0.23% increase in Salem, Ore., or the 0.26% gain in Nassau County, N.Y………………………………………..Full Article: Source


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