U.S. home prices climbed 6.3 percent during the year-over-year period ending in October, the biggest annual gain in more than six years, according to Core Logic. However, on a month-to-month basis, prices slipped 0.2 percent, which CoreLogic attributes to the end of the summer home-buying season. Home prices surged the most in Arizona (21.3 percent) and Hawaii (13.2 percent), but decreased in Illinois, Delaware, Rhode Island, New Jersey and Alabama. | Read More