Home-price growth is slowing across the United States. Here’s what’s happening in Seattle

After a red-hot summer, Seattle-area home prices were roughly flat for the third straight month in October, continuing the recent slowdown in the local housing market that could last at least through the colder months.

Still, that doesn’t mean homes are becoming more affordable.

Home prices in the Seattle area rose seventh-fastest in the country in October, behind Phoenix, Tampa, Miami, Las Vegas, Dallas and San Diego, according to the latest S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller Home Price Index, released Tuesday. The index lags by two months and monitors a three-month rolling average of home prices in parts of King, Snohomish and Pierce […]

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