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Best-performing metropolitan statistical areas (MSAs) over the last
one-year period (through 4/30/15)

Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA)        Performance Gauge

 1   Salinas, CA                                 13.2%
 2   San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara, CA          11.9%
 3   Greeley, CO                                 11.7%
 3   Napa, CA                                    11.7%
 5   Santa Cruz-Watsonville, CA                  11.2%
 6   Homosassa Springs, FL                       10.8%
 7   Santa Rosa, CA                              10.1%
 7   Denver-Aurora-Lakewood, CO                  10.1%
 9   Boulder, CO                                  9.9%
 9   San Francisco-Oakland-Hayward, CA            9.9%
11   Sebring, FL                                  9.4%
12   Reno, NV                                     9.3%

CoreLogic Market Performance Gauge depicts home-price
performance among the metropolitan statistical areas (MSAs)

The gauge is derived from Case-Shiller Indexes, which are based
upon repeat sales. These indexes are widely accepted as the most
meaningful indicators of market-specific home-price changes

through time. CoreLogic measures home-price changes by aggregate
market change and by low-, middle- and high-price tiers within each
market. Price-tier thresholds are market-specific and are calibrated
to capture one-third of each market per tier.

Additional information regarding these and related measures is
available on the Internet at
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Date:Aug 1, 2015
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