Housing Statistics: Home Prices Fall For 57th Consecutive Month

May 9, 2011 8:55 am

Well thats almost 5 YEARS – we spotted this statistic today:

“Home values fell 3% in the first quarter from the previous quarter and 1.1% in March from the previous month, pushed down by an abundance of foreclosed homes on the market, according to data to be released Monday by real-estate website Zillow.com. Prices have now fallen for 57 consecutive months, according to Zillow.”

Statistics Source: WSJ

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