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Home values: 5 worst markets for Q4 2015

5 worst markets © Jon Bilous/Shutterstock.com

1. Trenton-Ewing, New Jersey

1. Trenton-Ewing, New Jersey © K.L. Kohn/Shutterstock.com

2015 Q4 median home price: $228,300

Down: 10.8%

Source: NAR, comparing Q4 2015 with Q4 2014


2. Erie, Pennsylvania

2. Erie, Pennsylvania © Zack Frank/Shutterstock.com

2015 Q4 median home price: $108,600

Down: 8.6%

Source: NAR, comparing Q4 2015 with Q4 2014


3. Kankakee-Bradley, Illinois

3. Kankakee-Bradley, Illinois © Nagel Photography/Shutterstock.com

2015 Q4 median home price: $105,700

Down: 8.4%

Source: NAR, comparing Q4 2015 with Q4 2014


4. Bloomington-Normal, Illinois

Bloomington-Normal, Illinois © Henryk Sadura/Shutterstock.com

2015 Q4 median home price: $153,900

Down: 7.5%

Source: NAR, comparing Q4 2015 with Q4 2014


5. Atlantic City, New Jersey

5. Atlantic City, New Jersey © Aneese/Shutterstock.com

2015 Q4 median home price: $196,200

Down: 6.6%

Source: NAR, comparing Q4 2015 with Q4 2014

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