More Than One-Third of U.S. Cities are Overvalued

After U.S. home prices increased  6.6% in the year to January, housing values in 34% of the U.S.’s 100 largest metropolitan areas are now considered overvalued, according to a report Tuesday by global property analysts CoreLogic. The report defines an overvalued housing market as one in which home prices are at least 10% higher than the long-term, sustainable levels—determined by local market factors like disposable income—while an undervalued housing market is one in which home prices are at least 10% below the sustainable level.

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Source: Mansion Global