DALLAS – Big D was behind only Seattle and Portland, Ore., in year-over-year home price gains in February, according to the latest Standard & Poor's/Case-Shiller Home Price Index.
Prices were up nearly 9 percent in Dallas and 5.8 percent for the nation, an all-time high for both.
Case-Shiller reports that Dallas prices are more than a third higher than they were at the last housing market peak in 2007. Nationally, prices are about 1 percent ahead of their prerecession levels.
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