As reported earlier this morning, Case Shiller’s housing market data is now available.
These graphs show a selection of real estate markets, primarily on the west coast. The top one starts in January 2003. The lower expands out 2009. Portland is the thick line in both graphs. Miami hit 280.87 in December 2006. At that time, Detroit was at 119.51, a 161.36 point difference. Today, those locations are at 149.69 and 72.9 respectively, a 77.2 point drop. Portland peaked in July 2007 at 186.51 and is now 149.72.