That might be the case, according to a new analysis from Fiserv, Inc., an information management provider for the financial services industry. It says both that prices will stabilize — but that prices are likely to fall further.
After looking at data for more than 375 U.S. markets, Fiserv and Moody’s Analytics say home prices have already leveled out in one out of four metro areas. They also estimate that price stability will return to “75 percent of U.S. metro markets by the end of this year and 100 percent of markets by the end of 2012.”
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