Home Values Uncertain

Cornwell, Ted
September 2008
Origination News;Sep2008, Vol. 17 Issue 12, p29
The article reports on the uncertainty of home values in the U.S. Mortgage insurer PMI Mortgage Insurance Co., claims that housing values continued to decline in many other areas of the country. It says that metropolitan areas with the highest risk of further price declines remain concentrated in California and Florida. However, the risk of price decline is small in Dallas-Fort Worth and Pittsburgh.


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