Case-Shiller: Denver best between coasts

The Denver-area housing market ended 2010 as the best-performing housing market between the coasts, shows the closely watched S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Indices released today.

Denver-area homes on average lost 2.4 percent in December from December 2009, shows the report that tracks 20 major metropolitan statistical areas. The decline was the same as the overall drop for all 20 cities and Denver was the seventh best performing city in the index on a year-over-year basis. Washington, D.C. was No. 1, with homes rising 4.1 percent. San Diego, the only other city in positive territory, showed a 1.7 percent increase. San Francisco, Los Angeles, Boston, and New York also did better than Denver. From November to December, Denver showed a 0.7 percent drop, compared to a 1 percent drop for all 20 cities….Read More

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