This report comes from http://realestate.cleveland.com/ "That doesn't mean every house in Northeast Ohio has regained the value lost during the housing bust, of course. Local data show that
House-price gains accelerate in Cleveland
"That doesn't mean every house in Northeast Ohio has regained the value lost during the housing bust, of course. Local data show that median, or middle, sale prices in some suburbs and many Cleveland neighborhoods still remain depressed. But aggregate local prices reached a notable benchmark in July, according to the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller Indices, which were updated Tuesday."
"The Cleveland-area index now is 0.06 percent above its pre-crisis high. Nationwide prices are 11.2 percent above their mid-2006 peak, but 40 percent of the 20 major metropolitan areas highlighted by Case-Shiller still haven't recovered."
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