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Median Single-Family Home Prices Adjusted for Inflation

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June 5, 2013: Chartoftheday.com1 wrote:
For some perspective on the all-important US real estate market, today's chart illustrates the inflation-adjusted median price of a single-family home in the United States over the past 43 years. Not only did housing prices increase at a rapid rate from 1991 to 2005, the rate at which housing prices increased -- increased. All those gains were given back during the following 6.5 years. Over the past three months, however, the median price of a single-family home has surged by over 10% -- the second biggest three-month gain on record (the data goes back to 1968). Not surprisingly, this three-month surge has resulted in new post-financial crisis highs.

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