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A Look at Case-Shiller, by Metro Area (May Update) – Real Time Economics – WSJ

May 31, 2011

May 31, 2011.Home Prices, by Metro Area
.Below, see data from the 20 metro areas Case-Shiller tracks, sortable by name, level, monthly change and year-over-year change. 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.

Metro Area March 2011 Level Monthly Change Annual Change

Atlanta 98.36 -1.9% -5.2%
Boston 147.36 -1.7% -2.7%
Charlotte 106.96 -2.4% -6.8%
Chicago 110.57 -2.4% -7.6%
Cleveland 96.80 -1.8% -6.3%
Dallas 112.89 -0.8% -2.5%
Denver 120.55 -0.6% -3.8%
Detroit 67.07 -2.0% -0.9%
Las Vegas 97.18 -1.1% -5.3%
Los Angeles 167.77 -0.3% -1.7%
Miami 137.28 -0.8% -6.1%
Minneapolis 105.57 -3.7% -10.0%
New York 163.50 -0.9% -3.4%
Phoenix 100.27 -0.5% -8.4%
Portland 132.67 -0.7% -7.6%
San Diego 153.88 -0.8% -4.0%
San Francisco 129.82 -0.1% -5.1%
Seattle 132.97 0.1% -7.5%
Tampa 127.08 -0.7% -6.9%
Washington 182.98 1.1% 4.3%

Sources: Standard & Poor’s and Fiserv

From: http://blogs.wsj.com/economics/2011/05/31/a-look-at-case-shiller-by-metro-area-may-update-2/tab/interactive/

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