NEW YORK CITY—Three cities west of the Mississippi have reached new all-time highs for home prices, S&P Dow Jones Indices said Tuesday. Dallas, Denver and Portland, OR reached new peaks as home prices in all 20 cities measured by the S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Indices increased this past November after seasonal adjustment. The 5.3% annual increase in the US National Home Price Index was the highest since July 2014.

The year-over-year champion at 11.1% was Portland, OR, which also has been a Y-O-Y leader in apartment rents. Oregon’s largest city was followed by San Francisco at 11.0% and Denver at 10.9%; all three have topped the ranks of Y-O-Y gains for several months running.

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