A contractor walks past a "For Sale" sign while working on a home under construction in the Norton Commons subdivision in Louisville, Ky. A contractor walks past a “For Sale” sign while working on a home under construction in the Norton Commons subdivision in Louisville, Ky.

The growth in U.S. homes prices slowed slightly in November.

A measure of home prices in 20 U.S. cities jumped 18.3%, down from 18.5% in October, the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller index showed Tuesday. It marked the fourth straight month that home-price appreciation has cooled off ever so slightly.

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