Washington area home prices up from a decade ago
Homeowners in the Washington area have seen less impact from the recession on their property values than homeowners elsewhere in the nation, according to the latest S&P Case-Shiller Home Price Index. Homes prices in the area are 78% higher than they were in January 2000.
The local housing market has benefited from measured growth and lower unemployment rates than seen in much of the United States.
Washington home prices strongest in nation (The Examiner)