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Taylor Marr

Taylor is a senior economist, data scientist, and visualization whiz on the research team at Redfin. He is passionate about cities and housing. Taylor went to graduate school for economics in Berlin, where he focused on behavioral economics and the housing market crash. Redfin is a real estate brokerage with agents across the United States. For more information about working with a Redfin agent to buy or sell a home, visit Redfin.com/why-redfin.

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Year-Over-Year Price Growth at Lowest Level Since 2012

Home Prices Up 0.6% in February—Smallest Year-Over-Year Gain Since March 2012

Prices fell more than 8 percent in San Francisco and San Jose, up over 10 percent in Newark, Milwaukee and Buffalo. U.S. home-sale prices increased just 0.6 percent in February compared to a year ago, to a median of $287,400 across the metros Redfin tracks. This is the smallest year-over-year price increase recorded since prices …

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Nearly One in Three Homes For Sale in October had a Price Drop—Highest Level Since at Least 2010

Home Inventory Continues to Grow as Sales Decline 6% Year over Year U.S. home-sale prices increased 4.5 percent in October compared to a year ago, to a median of $297,200. October’s year-over-year price increase marks a return to an overall healthy level of price growth after posting a 6.5-year low level of growth in September. …

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