As we enter the sixth year of a bearish US housing market, location continues to play a major role in the relative size and severity of changes in home prices across the United States. With the S&P/Case-Shiller 20-City Home Price Indices, Boston saw average home prices peak first in the mid-2000s (September 2005) and Charlotte […]
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