The 19 Cities Where Housing Is Worse Than It Was Last Year

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The Case-Shiller numbers released this morning showed that 19 out of 20 cities are still in the gutter.On a year-over-year basis, Washington is the only city that is higher.

The rest are scraping the bottom, and almost half of them show modest monthly gains.

The sole winner -- Washington, D.C.: UP 1.29% year-over-year

Boston: Down 3.17% year-over-year

Los Angeles: Down 3.18% year-over-year

New York: Down 3.20% year-over-year

Denver: Down 3.34% year-over-year

Atlanta: Down 4.65% year-over-year

Dallas: Down 4.77% year-over-year

San Diego: Down 5.10% year-over-year

Charlotte: Down 5.12% year-over-year

Miami: Down: 5.26% year-over-year

San Francisco: Down 5.47% year-over-year

Las Vegas: Down 6.55% year-over-year

Cleveland: Down 6.61% year-over-year

Seattle: Down 6.99% year-over-year

Chicago: Down 8.11% year-over-year

Portland: Down 9.12% year-over-year

Detroit: Down -9.22% year-over-year

Phoenix: Down 9.50% year-over-year

Tampa: Down 9.53% year-over-year

Minneapolis: Down 11.66% year-over-year

10-City Composite: Down -3.61 year-over-year; 20-City Composite: Down -4.49% year-over-year

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