Biggest home value decreases

Home prices are down 4.4% nationwide this year, while some areas are still searching for a bottom, others are starting to bounce back. A look at the worst, from Zillow.com:

Biggest home value decreases
1
Gainesville, Ga.
-21.0%
One-year price change:

Average home value: $103,300
2
Mobile, Ala.
-19.0%
One-year price change:

Average home value: $79,100
3
Cumberland, Md.
-16.6%
One-year price change:

Average home value: $78,000
4
Yuma, Ariz.
-15.7%
One-year price change:

Average home value: $102,600
5
Reno, Nev.
-13.1%
One-year price change:

Average home value: $152,500
Source: Source: Zillow.com
Notes: Home value data is year over year, as of September
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