CoreLogic has crunched July home-price numbers from around the country and found that, on the whole, they haven't changed since the summer of 2009. Nashville's prices, though, have fallen 4.2 percent when you include distressed sales. Take out those market-distorting deals and the year-over-year drop is trimmed to 1.25 percent. That's in line with Tennessee's numbers over that time...
...but worse than many of the country's largest metro areas. The three-point gap caused by distressed sales is far bigger than in the cities listed here.
- ALEX B FRUIN INHERITANCE TRUST; CANDACE F STEFANSIC INHERITANCE TRUST; CANDANCE F STEFANSIC INHERITANCE TRUST; FRUIN, ALEX B TRUSTEE; FRUIN ALEX B INHERITANCE TRUST; STEFANSIC, CANDACE F TRUSTEE; STEFANSIC CANDACE F INHERITANCE TRUST; STEFANSIC CANDANCE F INHERITANCE TRUST
- ROSS, BRIDGETT D
- COOKE, ETHEN LANYARD TRUSTEE; COOKE, ETHEN LEWIS ESTATE
- JACOBS, JESSICA ALEXANDRA; JACOBS, ERIKA BESS