Chicago metro area enjoys second quarter price growth

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The Chicago metro area was one of 12 metro areas in the United States to have an overall home price growth of 4 percent or more, as U.S. home prices in the second quarter increased 3.5 percent over the first quarter, Inman reported today.

In fact, Chicago’s 6 percent price growth was the second highest behind Portland, Ore., based upon the FNC Residential Price Index. In addition, Chicago’s year-over-year growth was between 8.7 and 9.6 percent.

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