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Colorado Led US In Home Price Growth in 2014
Colorado led the nation in growth of home prices last year, according to a report issued Tuesday by housing data tracker CoreLogic. According to the report, Colorado home values grew 8.4 percent in 2014, edging out a 7.8 percent uptick in prices in Texas and 7.6 percent growth in New York. Across the nation, prices rose 5 percent from the end of 2013 to last year, as only Vermont, Connecticut, and Maryland saw prices drop. Among US cities, meanwhile, the biggest growth was seen in Houston, Texas, where home values rose 10 percent. Dallas, Texas was a close second, with price growth of 8.7 percent. In its report, CoreLogic also predicted that last year's price increases will continue into next year, forecasting nationwide growth of 4.8 percent.