Home prices across the country rose at a slower pace in June, a sign that higher mortgage rates may finally be tempering the speed of price gains, analysts say. See how your city stacks up.
WashingtonHome prices in the nation's capital rose 1 percent in the month of June, compared with the 2 percent rise in May, according to the Standard &Poor’s/ Case-Shiller index. The 1 percent rise was the lowest monthly gain posted by a city for June in the Case-Shiller index. Home prices were up 5.7 percent from June 2012.Amanda Voisard/For The Washington Post