America's Sickest Housing Markets: 24/7 Wall St

07/15/2012 01:10 pm ET | Updated Sep 14, 2012

According to data released earlier this month, asking home prices in the nation's largest metro regions rose for the fourth time in five months. This is another positive sign for the national real estate market. However, a review of the data, provided by home price authority, indicates that many of the country's largest cities continue to struggle due to weak demand, high foreclosure rates and negative equity.

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