Foreclosed homes are appreciating faster than the typical U.S. home

Homes that were foreclosed on during the recession are rising in value at a breakneck pace, much faster than the typical U.S. home.

The median crisis-era foreclosed home increased 10.3% in value over the past year, versus just 6.5% for the median home overall in the U.S., according to a new analysis from real-estate website Zillow Z, -1.85% Indeed, the rate at which foreclosed homes are appreciating in value accelerated even as the market overall has slowed down.

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In many markets, foreclosed homes are now worth more than ever before.

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