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List of 69 Declining Markets Qtr-Over-Qtr

Published September 19, 2019
Inflation Adjusted Home - Housing Alerts

17% Of US Housing Markets
Declined Qtr-Over-Qtr

Currently, 69 markets (17% of all U.S. real estate) experienced ‘real’ (inflation adjusted) declines in property values compared to the prior Quarter.

For the same period last year 73 markets (18%) saw Q-O-Q declines.

Note: Because of seasonal variations between quarters,

Best Markets for Highest Rent Growth

Published August 1, 2019
Rent Growth - Housing Alerts

We now track, analyze and score median rents paid for Single Family Residential (SFR) properties. We also compute the rental growth RATES for virtually all State, City, County and Zip Code level markets.

We then score and rank each market based on its rent growth and compare it to where it is in its appreciation cycle.

List of 175 Declining Markets Qtr-Over-Qtr

Published July 8, 2019
Advance Dedline

43% Of US Housing Markets
Declined Qtr-Over-Qtr

Currently, 175 markets (43% of all U.S. real estate) experienced ‘real’ (inflation adjusted) declines in property values compared to the prior Quarter.

For the same period last year 146 markets (36%) saw Q-O-Q declines.

Note: Because of seasonal variations between quarters,

List of 189 Declining Markets Qtr-Over-Qtr

Published April 1, 2019
Advance Dedline

47% Of US Housing Markets
Declined Qtr-Over-Qtr

Currently, 189 markets (47% of all U.S. real estate) experienced ‘real’ (inflation adjusted) declines in property values compared to the prior Quarter.

For the same period last year 187 markets (46%) saw Q-O-Q declines. While the ‘total’ number of declining markets are roughly the same,

List of 104 Declining Markets Qtr-Over-Qtr

Published December 14, 2018
Market Update-List of Markets with Declining Quarter-Over-Quarter Home Prices

26% Of US Housing Markets
Declined Qtr-Over-Qtr

Currently, 104 markets (26% of all U.S. real estate) experienced ‘real’ (inflation adjusted) declines compared to the prior Quarter.

In the previous quarter, 73 markets (18%) declined.

148 markets (37%) saw Q-O-Q declines in the year ago period. (Because of possible seasonal variations,

List of 72 Declining Markets Year-Over-Year

Published September 18, 2018
Market Update -Year-Over-Year 2018 Quarter 2

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

Currently, 72 markets (18% of ALL U.S. real estate) experienced ‘real’ (inflation adjusted) declines over the last year.

In the previous quarter, 61 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,

[MAP] Ranked County Real Estate Markets

Published July 17, 2018
Our Newest Tools Can Rank Markets By 2 Year Relative Performance

Check out this new county-level real estate map for the entire U.S.

We’re now able to score micro markets (Counties, Zip Codes and Neighborhoods) and RANK them against all the other counties, zip codes and neighborhoods nationwide.

RED = the top 10% of all counties nationwide.
ORANGE = the 80 –

List of 61 Declining Markets Year-Over-Year

Published June 25, 2018
Market Update - List of Cities with Declining Year-Over-Year Home Prices 2018 Quarter 1

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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