The leading measure of prices for residential real estate in the United States continued to rise across the country during the last 12 months.

National index S & P / Case-Shiller in the US – an index that covers all nine US census regions, reported an annual growth of 5.1% in June, unchanged from the previous month.

A composite index for the 10 megacities reported an annual growth of 4.3%, compared with 4.4% in the previous month.

The composite index for 20 US metropolises reported an annual growth of 5.1%, compared with 5.3% in May.

Portland, Seattle, Denver reported the highest increases compared with the previous year among the 20 cities. In June, the Portland prices rose by 12.6% compared to the same period last year, followed by Seattle, with growth of 11.0% and Denver with an increase of 9.2%.

Six cities reported a big increase in prices for the year ending in June 2016

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