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U.S. | 28 Oct 2020 What's Really Happening to Home Prices--and What's Coming Next
The best way to answer the perennially vexed question of what's happening to home prices is to take a deep breath and cite a range, given that the four main measures of prices don't measure the same thing in the same way, never agree with each other, and often contradict themselves from month-to-month.

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28 Oct 2020 What's Really Happening to Home Prices--and What's Coming Next

By Ian Shepherdson

The best way to answer the perennially vexed question of what's happening to home prices is to take a deep breath and cite a range, given that the four main measures of prices don't measure the same thing in the same way, never agree with each other, and often contradict themselves from month-to-month.

Posted: 28th Oct 2020 in 'U.S.'

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