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10 Worst Housing Markets in 2009


Real estate news has kind of been buried in the news lately as other economic issues have been dominating the headlines. Not much has changed on the housing front, as experts predict the fragile market to suffer further declines in the new year. Out of the 100 top real estate markets, experts have selected the ten cities anticipated to have the worst declines.

If you live in these places, you might have to hold on to your home a while longer, and if you're thinking of moving, next year could bring some more affordable deals. See the list of the ten worst real estate markets in 2009 when you read more.

  1. Los Angeles, CA: 2009 projected change is -24.9 percent.
  2. Stockton, CA: 2009 projected change is -24.7 percent.
  3. Riverside, CA: 2009 projected change is -23.3 percent.
  4. Miami, FL: 2009 projected change is 22.8 percent.
  5. Sacramento, CA: 2009 projected change is -22.2 percent.
  6. Santa Ana - Anaheim, CA: 2009 projected change is -22.0 percent.
  7. Fresno, CA: 2009 projected change is -21.6 percent.
  8. San Diego, CA: 2009 projected change is -21.1 percent.
  9. Bakersfield, CA: 2009 projected change is -20.9 percent.
  10. Washington, D.C.: 2009 projected change is -19.9 percent.

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