The Case-Shiller home price index increased in all markets in July for the second straight month. The 10-city index increased 2.36 to 157.3 and the 20-city index increased 2.27 to 144.61. Compared to last year, the 10-city is up .6% and the 20-city rose 1.2%. The largest point gains were in Minneapolis (up 4.38 to 123.17), Chicago (up 3.09 to 116.7), and Miami (up 3.08 to 148.7). The largest relative increases were Minneapolis (up 3.7%), Detroit (up 3.3%), and Atlanta (up 2.6%).
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–From Case-Shiller and The St. Louis Federal Reserve