CoreLogic has published its latest Home Price Index, which suggests that the dour forecasts for 2014 Nashville-area home price gains may come to pass after all. CoreLogic says that, including distressed sales, Middle Tennessee home prices in April climbed 9.5 percent from 12 months before. But take out distressed sales and the year-over-year price gains shrank to 7.2 percent. Two months earlier, they were still in double digits.
SEE ALSO: CoreLogic's national release
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