Here Are January Case-Shiller Numbers

The January Case-Shiller numbers are out. Still not very pretty. The overall rate of decline is flattening but it is still declining.

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About the numbers: The Case Shiller indices have a base value of 100 in January 2000. So a current index value of 150 translates to a 50% appreciation rate since January 2000 for a typical home located within the metro market.)

Home Prices, by Metro Area 

Metro Area    January 2009    Change from December    Year-over-year change   
Atlanta 109.44 -3.20% -14.30%
Boston 150.73 -1.50% -7.30%
Charlotte 120.91 -1.20% -8.20%
Chicago 130.8 -4.60% -16.40%
Cleveland 102.89 -2.20% -5.20%
Dallas 112.75 -2.40% -4.90%
Denver 122.33 -2.70% -5.10%
Detroit 77.56 -4.20% -22.60%
Las Vegas 125.64 -4.40% -32.50%
Los Angeles 166.54 -2.80% -25.80%
Miami 159.04 -3.60% -29.40%
Minneapolis 120.18 -4.70% -20.40%
New York 181.28 -1.20% -9.60%
Phoenix 117.11 -5.50% -35.00%
Portland 153.8 -3.00% -14.00%
San Diego 148.25 -2.60% -24.90%
San Francisco 124.33 -4.40% -32.40%
Seattle 154.37 -3.60% -15.00%
Tampa 149.21 -4.40% -23.30%
Washington 171.97 -2.00% -19.30%
Source: Standard & Poor’s and FiservData

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