Home Prices in These Eight U.S. Cities Are Soaring

A Denver home-value index has jumped 43.9 percent from its pre-Great Recession peak

Property prices are a mile high in Denver and up big in Dallas. An index of Denver home values has soared 43.9 percent, while a price gauge for Big D has jumped 42 percent since their respective peaks prior to the 2007-2009 recession, according to data from S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller on Tuesday. In all, measures of home values in eight of 20 U.S. cities are now above their pre-Great Recession highs.

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