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Home prices show gains for New York according to CoreLogic year-end report

Feb 06, 2014
National home prices made double-digit gains in 2013, posting the highest annual rate of increase since 2005, according to CoreLogic’s December Home Price Index Report. For single-family including distressed homes, New York showed a 9.6-percent increase in home price appreciation for the year. On a three-month basis, New York increased 1.7 percent and rose 1.2 percent from the month before.

Excluding distressed homes, New York rose 10.2 percent for 2013, 2.3 percent on a three-month basis, and 1.5 percent from the previous month.

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