The Case-Shiller September home price indices, released today, reported decreases in nearly every market. The 10-city composite decreased .66 points to 155.73 and is down 3.3% compared to September 2010. The 20-city composite decline .91 points to 141.97 and is 3.6% lower than last September.
Only Washington, Portland, and New York saw home price gains. Washington gained 2.17 points (1.2%) to 188.07; Portland climbed .19 to 136.1; New York ticked up slightly by .13 points to 169.93.
For more information, see our Home Price Report.
From Case-Shiller and The St. Louis Federal Reserve