National home prices gained a fraction in April, the first non-declining numbers in nearly a year for Integrated Asset Services’ monthly IAS360(TM) House Price Index.

On a year-over-year basis, U.S. house prices are still down 13.0%, but the volatility of the trend line is less than the previous year, a critical point to industry analysts the valuation firm said. Three of the four U.S. census regions were stable to positive for April. Only the South, which includes several particularly hard-hit Florida communities, was down for the month (0.3%); however, the mild loss also marked an improvement.

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