DC home value growth lagging far behind national average

Denver, Seattle and Portland were the only major cities with annual double-digit increases
  • Home prices nationwide increased 6 percent year-over-year in July and 1.1 percent from the previous month.
  • CoreLogic data suggests that U.S. home prices will increase 5.4 percent in the next year and 0.4 percent each month.
  • The Washington D.C. metro saw home prices increase just 2.5 percent since July 2015.

With the exception of only a few major cities, home prices have increased 6 percent nationwide.