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List of 61 Declining Markets Year-Over-Year

Published June 25, 2018

61 U.S. Markets Lost Value Year-Over-Year

Currently, 61 markets (15% of ALL U.S. real estate) experienced ‘real’ (inflation adjusted) declines over the last year.

In the previous quarter, 68 markets had annual home price declines (they didn’t even keep up with inflation).

(See the entire list of declining markets below.)

In addition to the list of declining cities below,

List of 146 Declining Markets Quarter-Over-Quarter

Published June 15, 2018
Market Update - List of Markets with Declining Quarter-Over-Quarter Home Prices 2018 Quarter 1

List of the 146 DECLINING
U.S. Real Estate Markets

Currently, 146 markets (36% of all U.S. real estate) experienced ‘real’ (inflation adjusted) declines over the last three months. In the previous quarter, 187 markets (46%) had Quarter-Over-Quarter declines.

‘Quarterly’ home price comparisons are more volatile than ‘Annual’ but also act as early indicators,

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Market Breadth Weakens Quarter-over-Quarter

Published March 15, 2018
Market Update - List of Cities with Declining Quarter-Over-Quarter Home Prices 2017 Quarter 4

List of the 187 DECLINING
U.S. Real Estate Markets

Currently, 187 markets (46% of all U.S. real estate) experienced ‘real’ (inflation adjusted) declines over the last three months. In the previous quarter, 148 markets (37%) had Q-O-Q declines.

(See the entire list of declining markets below.)

‘Quarterly’ home price comparisons are more volatile than ‘Annual’ but also act as early indicators,

Market Breadth Stable Year-over-Year

Published March 15, 2018

68 U.S. Markets Lost Value Year-over-Year

Currently, 68 markets (17% of ALL U.S. real estate) experienced ‘real’ (inflation adjusted) declines over the last year.

In the previous quarter, 74 markets had annual home price declines (they didn’t even keep up with inflation).

(See the entire list of declining markets below.)

In addition to the list of declining cities below,

Market Breadth Improves Quarter-over-Quarter

Published October 18, 2017

List of the 58 DECLINING
U.S. Real Estate Markets

Compared to last quarter, the total number of Qtr-over-Qtr declining markets has improved significantly!

Currently, 58 markets (14% of all U.S. real estate) experienced ‘real’ (inflation adjusted) declines over the last three months.

(See the entire list of declining markets below.)

In the previous quarter,

Market Breadth Improves Year-over-Year

Published October 4, 2017

62 U.S. Markets Lost Value Yr-over-Yr

Compared to last quarter, the total number of Year-over-Year declining markets has improved significantly!

Currently, 62 markets (15% of ALL U.S. real estate) experienced ‘real’ (inflation adjusted) declines over the last year.

Our last Y-O-Y report showed that 102 markets had ‘real’ home price declines (they didn’t even keep up with inflation).

Quarterly Market Data

Published July 20, 2017
Market Update - List of Markets with Declining Quarter-Over-Quarter Home Prices 2017 Quarter 1

Published July 18, 2017

List of the 171 DECLINING U.S. Real Estate Markets

Compared to last quarter, the total number of declining markets has improved slightly, but it’s still very alarming.

42% of all U.S. Real Estate Markets Declined Q-o-Q

Currently, 171 markets experienced ‘real’ (inflation adjusted) declines over the last three months.

Market Breadth Continues to Weaken Year-Over-Year

Published May 17, 2017
Market Update - List of Markets with Declining Year-Over-Year Home Prices 2017 Quarter 1

1/4th of U.S. Markets Lost Value Year-over-Year

It doesn’t feel right.

102 out of the 400 major real estate markets in the U.S. experienced ‘real’ decline in home value Year-Over-Year… they didn’t even keep up with inflation.

NO ONE is talking about this.

I’m not saying the sky is falling,

Quarterly Market Data

Published April 28, 2017
Market Update - List of Markets with Declining Quarter-Over-Quarter Home Prices 2016 Quarter 4

List of the 199 DECLINING U.S. Real Estate Markets

The previous Market Report caused lots of questions about when to use “Year-Over-Year” vs. “Quarter-Over-Quarter” data. When analyzing YOUR local market, you need to look at BOTH; they produce very different results in rapidly changing markets (that’s a good thing!).

Half of all real estate markets lost value Qtr-over-Qtr
Almost 1/5th of all markets lost value Yr-over-Yr

You can see from the two headlines above,

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