Colorado Keeps the Highest Rate of Appreciation in the Country

Colorado’s home sales prices grew by 9.1 percent in January from a year earlier, the highest rate of appreciation of any state in the country, but metro Denver’s growth rate was even higher at 10 percent.

By comparison, the national average for home-price gains was 5.7 percent during the same one-year period.

Along with three other states, Colorado reached a new high in the Home Price Index since January 1976, when the Index began.

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