U.S. Home Prices Climb 1.7% In June, CoreLogic Says

By Steve GoldsteinMarketWatch Pulse

U.S. home prices climbed 1.7% in June, to take year-over-year gains to 6.5%, CoreLogic said Tuesday. Fifteen states and the District of Columbia were the strongest since the series began in 1976. Only four states -- Massachusetts, Connecticut, Louisiana and Mississippi -- saw year-over-year declines. The largest peak-to-current declines are Nevada at 32.2% and Florida at 28.7%.

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