Home Prices Keep Heating Up

Investor's Business Daily
April 2013
Investors Business Daily;4/ 1/2013, pB02
4 The Case-Shiller 20-city price index increased 8.1% in Jan. from a year ago, the fastest pace in 6-1/2 years, accelerating from 6.8% in Dec. Prices advanced 1% on a monthly basis. Feb. new-home sales fell 4.6%, retreating from Jan.'s 13% monthly surge. Inventory continued to edge up. Signed contracts to buy existing homes dipped 0.4% in Feb. from a 3-year high in Jan.


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