Home Prices Fall Most Since Great Recession

Home prices are declining at a rate not seen since 2008, when the Great Recession financially wiped out millions of American families.

Here’s the chart.

“Collapse” is too strong a word. The fall is modest, at least for now, at just 0.7% off of June’s record highs.

Although in Denver, previously one of the hottest markets, average home prices dipped by $25,000 — a decline of more than 3% — in just one month. They’re now below $800,000 for the first time since March, according to WestWord.

Tampa and Miami prices are still up, up, up, on a huge influx of new residents from other states, despite Lefty claims that Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis is running a murderous fascist regime there.. – READ MORE