U.S. Home Values Lost $798 Billion Last Quarter, Nearly $10 Trillion Destroyed Since Peak

The total value of U.S. homes dropped another $798 billion last quarter, according to numbers out from Zillow.

The average home is down 27 per cent from peak. This puts the total loss from the housing crash at an incredible $9.8 trillion.


And sorry, but it’s not over yet.

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