Case-Shiller: National Home Prices Rise 6.5% YoY in March (Seattle and Las Vegas Fastest Growing, Chicago and Washington DC Slowest Growing)

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The S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller national home price index rose 6.5% YoY in March. And is still growing at over twice that of earnings growth.

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Leading the pack in terms of home price growth were Seattle, San Francisco and Las Vegas, all above 10% YoY.

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Bring up the rear as the slowest growing cities were Chicago, Washington DC and Cleveland.

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