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Throughout 2016, U.S. housing prices continued to rise by about 5% year-over-year, adding to the cumulative gains made since the lows of 2011. Nationally, home prices now stand above the pre-crisis peak, as measured by the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller U.S. National Home Price Index. However, the recent trend toward higher interest rates has raised concerns about the outlook for home prices going into 2017, eliciting a range of responses from sheer panic to resilient optimism.

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