Magazine article Mortgage Banking

Home-Price Spotlight

Magazine article Mortgage Banking

Home-Price Spotlight

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HOME-PRICE SPOTLIGHT  States Ranked By Percent Decline From Peak Home Prices  (January 2014 Data--Includes District of Columbia)                              Peak Month    % Decline    12-Month HPI                                           Since Peak   Change                                                        (Dec. 2013)  1    NEVADA                 MARCH 2006     -40.05%        22.21% 2    FLORIDA                OCT. 2006      -36.37%        12.46% 3    ARIZONA                JUNE 2006      -30.84%        13.11% 4    RHODE ISLAND           OCT. 2005      -30.50%         4.67% 5    WEST VIRGINIA          AUG. 2005      -28.91%         4.19% 6    ILLINOIS               NOV. 2006      -25.76%         9.88% 7    MICHIGAN               NOV. 2005      -25.40%        13.73% 8    MARYLAND               NOV. 2006      -23.31%         6.56% 9    NEW JERSEY             JUNE 2006      -23.26%         6.60% 10   CONNECTICUT            JULY 2006      -22.44%         3.91% 11   NEW MEXICO             MAY 2007       -21.12%         0.42% 12   IDAHO                  MAY 2007       -20.75%        11.09% 13   CALIFORNIA             MAY 2006       -20.60%        20.34% 14   NEW HAMPSHIRE          SEPT. 2005     -19.21%         5.39% 15   VIRGINIA               MAY 2006       -16.91%         5.42% 16   WASHINGTON             JULY 2007      -16.68%        11.59% 17   DELAWARE               JUNE 2007      -16.41%         6.83% 18   MINNESOTA              JUNE 2006      -15.76%         8.60% 19   ALABAMA                AUG. 2007      -15.30%         7.65% 20   GEORGIA                DEC. 2006      -15.04%        13.42% 21   OHIO                   OCT. 2005      -15.03%         4.74% 22   MISSOURI               SEPT. 2006     -14.94%         8.27% 23   UTAH                   JUNE 2007      -14.88%        10.05% 24   WISCONSIN              SEPT. 2006     -14.88%         1.97% 25   OREGON                 JULY 2007      -14.43%        14.25% 26   MISSISSIPPI            NOV. 2007      -13.38%        -0.26% 27   MASSACHUSETTS          OCT. 2005      -11.92%         9.78% 28   PENNSYLVANIA           SEPT. 2006     -10.08%         3.63% 29   MAINE                  JULY 2007       -8.74%         5.96% 30   KENTUCKY               SEPT. 2006      -8.53%         0.32% 31   INDIANA                JULY 2007       -8.41%         4.37% 32   HAWAII                 OCT. 2006       -8.19%        11.13% 33   SOUTH CAROLINA         APRIL 2007      -7.10%         9.34% 34   KANSAS                 JULY 2007       -6.07%         3.95% 35   NORTH CAROLINA         AUG. 2007       -5.97%         6.69% 36   MONTANA                AUG. 2007       -5.14%         5.26% 37   TENNESSEE              JULY 2007       -4.96%         7.49% 38   NEW YORK               NOV. 2006       -4.04%         7.96% 39   ARKANSAS               JULY 2007       -3.65%         0.13% 40   ALASKA                 AUG. 2013       -2.76%         3.60% 41   WYOMING                JULY 2013       -2.24%         9.89% 42   IOWA                   AUG. 2013       -1.96%         1.87% 43   VERMONT                OCT. 2007       -1.85%         3.46% 44   OKLAHOMA               JULY 2013       -0.70%         2.48% 45   SOUTH DAKOTA           AUG. 2013       -0.55%         5.56% 46   DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA   OCT. 2013       -0.51%         5.17% 47   NORTH DAKOTA           DEC. 2013       -0.42%         5.94% 48   COLORADO               AUG. 2013       -0.06%         8.52% 49   LOUISIANA              JAN. 2014        0.00%         6.00% 50   NEBRASKA               JAN. 2014        0.00%         4.16% 51   TEXAS                  JAN. 2014        0.00%        10.13%  Source: CoreLogic, Irvine, California. CoreLogic HPI provides a comprehensive set of monthly home-price indexes and median sales prices covering 7,660 ZIP codes, 958 core-based statistical areas (CBSAs) and 669 counties located in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. The indexes, which are the most comprehensive available in the industry, incorporate more than 30 years' worth of repeat-sales transactions, representing more than 45 million observations, sourced from CoreLogic's industry-leading property information database. … 
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