10 years after housing crisis, some states still struggling to recover

Home prices in Illinois, Florida, Nevada and Arizona have failed to reach pre-recession levels, and today nearly 2.5 million residential properties remain in negative equity

In the decade since the subprime housing crisis sunk the United States into recession, triggered the foreclosure of 1.2 million homes and caused the collapse of Lehman Brothers, home values across the West Coast have fully recovered while others still struggle to rebound.