CoreLogic Report Predicts Home Price Appreciation Slowdown

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June 08, 2016

After two years of healthy increases, home price appreciation could begin to slow.

HousingWire took a look at a recent report from CoreLogic, a property information and data services provider. 

Home prices increased around 5% year-over-year since 2014, in part due to low mortgage rates and a lean for-sale inventory. CoreLogic says, though, that a gradual rise in interest rates and more homes on the market will decrease appreciation in the coming year.

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