U.S. home prices broke a five-month streak of year-over-year gains in July, with home prices falling in 36 states -- the highest number since November, loan and property data aggregator CoreLogic said today.CoreLogic's home-price index showed national home prices unchanged in July from a year ago, compared with an upwardly revised 2.4 percent year-over-year gain in June. That left home prices down 27.7 percent from their April 2006 peak.10 states with biggest year-over year price declines1. Idaho (-12.6 percent)2. Alabama (-9.7 percent)3. Utah (-5.6 percent)4. Oregon (-4.8 percent)5. Washington (-4.3 percent)6. Florida (-4.0 percent)7. Illinois (-3.9 percent)8. New Mexico (-3.6 percent) 9. Maryland (-3.3 percent)10. Arizona (-3.1 percent)10 states with greatest year-over-year appreciation1...
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