U.S. house prices rose in August to write a two-year high - hpc

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On the occasion Hurricane Sandy hit the eastern United States, the U.S. housing market on Tuesday came the exciting news, August annual growth rate of the S & P / Case-Shiller home price index record 2-year high, better than expected. Housing market continued to back the temperature again, is expected to continue to play a major impetus to promote the U.S. economy.
Unaffected by Hurricane Sandy strikes, the S & P / Case-Shiller Home Price Index report showed that on August, 20 Metropolitan area housing prices rose 2 percent compared with the same period last year, write down the largest annual increase since July 2010, and better than the Bloomberg interviewer 25 economist estimates annual increase of 1.9%.
 
 
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