CoreLogic’s Home Price Index Results for June Reflects Home Price Increases Nationwide

CoreLogic’s June Home Price Index (HPI) report, which includes distressed property sales data, reflects that home prices increased nationwide by 2.5% over June 2011 and 1.3% over May 2012.

On a state level, the HPI indicated that the states with the highest levels of price appreciation, including distressed sales, were Arizona (+13.8%), Idaho (+10.4%), South Dakota (+10.1%), and Utah (+8.3%). Excluding distressed sales, the states with the highest levels of price appreciation were South Dakota (+10.2%), Utah (+9.1%), Montana (+8.7%), Arizona (+8.7%), and Wyoming (+6.9%).  To view the CoreLogic HPI map for June 2012, go to http://bit.ly/RqOskX

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