Real Estate Advisor

Don’t get caught in the trap of investing in declining markets for real estate. Over 70 markets lost value Quarter -Over-Quarter, which is nearly 18 percent of all U.S. real estate markets. These numbers are real inflation adjusted over the last 3 months. Listed below are the 25 worst declining metro markets in Q3 2019. Keep in mind real estate markets should only be look at on local level markets. We analyze the National Rates, Regional Rates, State Rates, Metropolitan Rates, and Micro Zip Code Rates. Our analyst utilize proprietary algorithms to keep our clients in the know of where real estate is trending.

Bottom 25 Markets Real Estate Market Population Estimated
1st Monroe, Louisiana 178,445
2nd Enid, Oklahoma 61,581
3rd San Francisco-San Mateo-Redwood City, CA (MSAD) 1,655,773
4th San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara, CA 504,217
5th San Rafael, California (MSAD) 260,955
6th Elmira, New York 85,557
7th Anaheim-Santa Ana-Irvine, CA (MSAD) 3,190,400
8th Santa Rosa-Petaluma, CA 504,217
9th Bismarck, North Dakota 132,767
10th Santa Cruz-Watsonville, CA 275,897
11th Urban Honolulu, Hawaii 988,650
12th Oxnard-Thousand Oaks-Ventura, CA 854.223
13th Oakland-Berkeley-Livermore, CA (MSAD) 2,810,629
14th San Luis Obispo-Paso Robles, CA 283,405
15th Napa, California 140,973
16th Bloomington, Illinois 186,356
17th Goldsboro, North Carolina 124,172
18th Chicago-Naperville-Evanston, IL (MSAD) 7,319,978
19th Fargo, North Dakota 241,356
20th Frederick-Gaithersburg-Rockville, MD (MSAD) 1,310,832
21st Lake Charles, Louisiana 210,962
22nd Elgin, IL (MSAD) 639,400
23rd Farmington, New Mexico 126,926



San Diego-Chula Vista-Carlsbad, CA

Grand Forks, North Dakota