Home Values » Home values: 5 worst marketsFind the best mortgage rates in ConnecticutPrevious5 of 6NextSource: NAR, Comparing Q2 2010 & Q2 2011Home values: 5 best marketsMedian home values by stateHome values fall, with a few bright spotsMortgage rates in your areaHome values fell in more than half the markets in the country from the second quarter of 2010 to the same period in 2011, including Norwich, Conn. See all five cold markets where prices fell fastest. Related Articles:What will $200,000 buy?Deduct your moving costsSummer mortgage trends2011 closing costs surveyRelated Links:7 ways to save when movingLiving costs vary widelyHidden costs of relocatingResist home staging advertisement
Home Values » Home values: 5 worst markets
Home values fell in more than half the markets in the country from the second quarter of 2010 to the same period in 2011, including Norwich, Conn. See all five cold markets where prices fell fastest.
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