CoreLogic Portland Area Home Prices Up 14 Percent In February From Year Ago

Dated: April 2 2014

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Home prices climbed in the Portland area and across the country in February, a new report says, even as other data showed home sales slowed.

The real estate data firm CoreLogic reported U.S. home prices climbed 12.2 percent in February compared with a year earlier and 0.8 percent since January.

In the Portland metro, prices were 14.6 percent higher in February than a year ago and 1.9 percent higher than in January.
Oregon's annual home-price increases were among the most drastic in the country, CoreLogic reported. Prices rose faster only in California, Nevada and Georgia. Read More Here...
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