Median U.S. Home Value is Rising but Still Short of Pre-Recession High

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August 25, 2016

After four years of recovery, median home prices still haven’t caught up to the pre-recession high, reports Zillow. The typical U.S. home is worth 4.7 percent less than it was prior to the recession and is not expected to regain all its lost value until late 2017 or possibly later. Dallas, Denver, Portland, and Seattle reported the highest year-over-year home value appreciation. READ MORE

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