Fred Johnson


Fred Johnson

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(Seattle, WA)  --  A new report from Chase-Shiller shows Seattle now leads the nation when it comes to growth in home prices.  The data show Seattle's home prices rose an average of eleven percent from September 2015 to September of this year, while Portland saw a ten-point-nine-percent increase during the same period, good for second place.  The rest of the Top Five, Denver, Dallas, and Tampa, saw single-digit growth during the past year.  The "Seattle Times" reports Seattle's home prices are rising twice as fast as the rest of the country.

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