According to CoreLogic’s most recent Home Price Index report 23 states are now within 10 percent of their home price peaks set at the height of the housing bubble. Is Nevada one of those 23 states? No way.
Despite Nevada leading the nation as the state with the largest year-over-year price appreciation, 25.9 percent in October, according to the report; Nevada also leads the nation as the state remaining furthest, -40.7 percent, from its peak prices set at the height of the housing bubble. Shows just how far home prices fell in Nevada during the six years following the housing collapse.
See the entire report here: CoreLogic’s Home Price Index – October 2013