While Washington’s largest city continues to dominate home-price gains, Colorado, Nevada and New York are all showing signs of strength.

At 204.45 as of December 2017, the Case-Shiller 20-City Composite Home Price Index was 0.2 percent higher than it was just one month previous.

Compared to the end of 2016, the index — a value-weighted average of 20 metropolitan area indices — indicates that U.S. home prices have appreciated by 6.3 percent.


Source: Mortgage Daily