According to the latest Zillow real estate market reports, home values in Nashville decreased 5.6 percent in the first quarter of 2009, compared to the first quarter of 2008. Nationally, home values decreased 14.2 percent during this same period and have fallen 21.8 percent since the market peak in 2006. Additionally, one-fifth (21.9%) of all homeowners in the United States is in negative equity, and one in five homes sold in the past 12 months was a foreclosure…read the entire Nashville real estate market trends story.
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