Trulia's latest Trends report takes an interesting look at rents and house prices for the 100 largest metro areas in the nation. It shows some interesting shifts in the market. Namely, prices gains have moderated dramatically now that prices are being driven by wages rather than the rebound factor (investors and bargain shoppers). 

On the price side, for the first time in 26 months, no housing market saw an annual increase over 15 percent duing JulyOn the rental side of the equation, rents rose the most in markets that saw the strongest job growth. San Francisco was tops with a 14.3 percent gain, while the Twin Cities had a 3.4 percent gain - the 24th largest in the nation. 

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