Using the most recent S&P/Case-Shiller home price data from October, below we highlight how much each city that is tracked has risen from its 2009 lows. The 20-city composite index is currently up 5.3% from its low reached in April. Eleven cities are up more than the composite index, while nine are up less. Tampa and Las Vegas are the only two cities that traded at new lows in October, while Seattle and Charlotte are less than 0.5% away from their lows. On the positive side, San Francisco and Minneapolis are both up about 15% from their lows reached earlier this year. That's a pretty nice rebound!
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