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List of 45 Declining Markets Year-Over-Year

Published September 3, 2019
Inflation Adjusted Home Price Appreciation 2019

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

Currently, 45 markets (11% of ALL U.S. real estate) experienced ‘real’ (inflation adjusted) declines in property values over the last year.

In the previous quarter, 48 markets had annual home price declines

Although the number of declining markets has not varied much over the last year or so,

List of 48 Declining Markets Year-Over-Year

Published June 13, 2019
Inflation Adjusted Home Price Apreciation - Housing Alerts

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

Currently, 48 markets (12% of ALL U.S. real estate) experienced ‘real’ (inflation adjusted) declines in property values over the last year.

In the previous quarter, 57 markets had annual home price declines

(See the entire list of declining markets below.)

In addition to the list of declining cities below,

What’s the HOTTEST State for Real Estate?

Published April 24, 2019
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There’s one state that’s crushing most of the other states in the country, with 85% of it’s real estate markets being in the top 7 percentile of ALL US markets, and 100% of it’s markets remain HOT.

It’s a state you wouldn’t normally think of, but clearly there’s something going on here that you should take a deeper look at.

List of 57 Declining Markets Year-Over-Year

Published April 13, 2019
Market Update - List of Markets with Declining Year-Over-Year Home Prices

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

Currently, 57 markets (14% of ALL U.S. real estate) experienced ‘real’ (inflation adjusted) declines in property values over the last year.

In the previous quarter, 58 markets had annual home price declines

(See the entire list of declining markets below.)

In addition to the list of declining cities below,

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,

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,

Market Breadth Stable Year-over-Year

Published March 15, 2018
Inflation Adjasted Home Price Appreciation 3 2017 - Housing Alerts

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,

Forced Appreciation: The Nasty Truth The Gurus Never Told You

Automatic and Forced Appreciation in Real Estate

It’s The Exact Opposite of How You Build Lasting Wealth

All appreciation is NOT the same. And it’s not all equal, despite the way everyone from the experts to the financial news guys throw around the term. The truth is, when it comes to real estate, there are two types of appreciation:

Forced and Automatic.

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