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Oklahoma City, Tulsa added to federal house price index

The Federal Housing Finance Agency expanded its quarterly purchase-only house price index to include the 75 largest metro areas in the country, providing another way to compare changes in Oklahoma's two largest cities with others.
by Richard Mize Published: June 15, 2013
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•  Chicago: up 2.78 percent over the quarter, up 4.28 percent over the year, down 24.93 percent over five years, and up 68.29 percent since 1991.

•  Dallas: up 0.9 percent over the quarter, up 6.82 percent over the year, up 6.92 percent over five years, and up 84.54 percent since 1991.

•  Denver: up 1.66 percent over the quarter, up 12.56 percent over the year, up 14.39 percent over five years, and up 205.74 percent since 1991.

•  Fort Worth, Texas: up 0.27 percent over the quarter, up 3.4 percent over the year, up 4.17 percent over five years, and up 73.71 since 1991.

•  Houston: up 3.18 percent over the quarter, up 12.08 percent over the year, up 18.48 percent over five years, and up 133.56 percent since 1991.

•  Indianapolis: up 5 percent over the quarter, up 7.49 percent over the year, up 2.56 percent over five years, and up 62.35 percent since 1991.

•  Kansas City, Mo.-Kan.: down 1.31 percent over the quarter, down 0.39 percent over the year, down 9.28 percent over five years, and up 75.6 percent since 1991.

by Richard Mize
Real Estate Editor
Real estate editor Richard Mize has edited The Oklahoman's weekly residential real estate section and covered housing, commercial real estate, construction, development, finance and related business since 1999. From 1989 to 1999, he worked...
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