Case-Shiller: Seattle Home Values Even from February to November

The S&P/Case-Shiller Index for November has been released, and the Seattle index stands at 132.65; about even with February’s 132.85.

Since January 2011, values have fallen 2.04%; nationwide, they’ve fallen 1.63%.

The index is set to 100 in January 2000, meaning that today’s values are 32.85% higher than then. Broadly speaking, current values are at Summer 2004 levels.

Chart
November 2011 132.65 - 6.3%
November 2010 141.57 - 4.7%
November 2009 148.56 -10.6%
November 2008 166.23 -11.2%
November 2007 187.14 + 1.8%
November 2006 183.88 +13.0%

Nationwide, values are at April 2003 levels, at 138.49. The cities with the highest gains since January are: Detroit 4.48%, Washington DC 1.88%, and Denver 1.68%. Biggest losers were: Atlanta -11.36%, Las Vegas -7.88%, San Diego -3.55%, Los Angeles -3.11%.

Link to S&P/Case-Shiller Index

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