Housing’s stunning downfall in one chart: Prices have plunged in 51 of these 60 cities, and there’s much further to fall

Econ & Housing

On October 20, Ed Pinto—director of the American Enterprise Institute’s Housing Center and one of the nation’s top experts on residential real estate—emailed me a new custom chart showing the price changes in America’s 60 largest metros, measured from their peaks through September. The column displaying those numbers is almost uniformly red. More than 50…

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