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These Are The Best And Worst U.S. Cities For Rising Home Prices

In its latest update looking at July home prices, Case Shiller pointed out that " the housing sector continued to expand" at just around 5%, a pace that has held since early 2015. Once again that was an understatement: in 15 of 20 of the tracked metro areas, the pace of home appreciation over the past year was 5% or higher, or more than twice the pace of core inflation. And with rents continuing to soar across the country, in many cases at a double digit clip, not to mention exploding healthcare costs, one wonders just what the BLS "measures" with its monthly CPI update.
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