U.S. cities saw annual home prices rise at the fastest pace in more than seven years in August, according to the latest Case Shiller report. Thirteen of the 20 cities that the index tracks posted double-digit annual increases. Monthly gains, however, did not rise as quickly. Check out how your city stacks up.
Washington Home prices in the nation's capital rose 0.7 percent in August, compared with the 1.4 percent rise in July, according to the Standard & Poor’s/Case-Shiller index. Home prices were up 6.3 percent from August 2012. Amanda Voisard/For The Washington Post Buy Photo