20 Cities That Are Still Struggling

#20 Dayton, OH


Gross metro product since peak: -6.9%



Home prices YTD: -3.2%


Employment since peak: -8.5%


Employment YTD: +3.6%




#19 Portland, OR


Gross metro product since peak: -4.8%


Home prices YTD: -10.4%


Employment since peak: -6.6%


Employment YTD: +2.5%




#18 Phoenix, AZ

Gross metro product since peak: -3.3%


Home prices YTD: -17.6%


Employment since peak: -10.6%


Employment YTD: +2.1%




#17 Grand Rapids, MI

Gross metro product since peak: -3.4%


Home prices YTD: -8.0%


Employment since peak: -6.9%


Employment YTD: +3.2%




#16 Sacramento, CA

Gross metro product since peak: -2.7%


Home prices YTD: -9.2%


Employment since peak: -8.4%


Employment YTD: +3.5%




#15 Stockton, CA


Gross metro product since peak: -3.4%


Home prices YTD: -9.0%


Employment since peak: -5.0%


Employment YTD: +4.1%




#14 Orlando, FL


Gross metro product since peak: -1.0%


Home prices YTD: -17.5%


Employment since peak: -7.3%


Employment YTD: +4.1%




#13 Modesto, CA

Gross metro product since peak: -3.2%


Home prices YTD: -9.0%


Employment since peak: -6.8%


Employment YTD: +3.9%




#12 Lakeland, FL

Gross metro product since peak: -2.4%


Home prices YTD: -17.8%


Employment since peak: -7.0%


Employment YTD: +4.1%




#11 Riverside, CA

Gross metro product since peak: -3.9%


Home prices YTD: -8.4%


Employment since peak: -10.5%


Employment YTD: +3.6%




#10 Youngtown, OH

Gross metro product since peak: -6.1%


Home prices YTD: -6.0%


Employment since peak: -11.1%


Employment YTD: +3.9%




#9 Miami, FL

Gross metro product since peak: -4.4%


Home prices YTD: -14.1%


Employment since peak: -6.3%


Employment YTD: +3.7%




#8 Boise City, ID


Gross metro product since peak: -4.1%


Home prices YTD: -16.4%


Employment since peak: -10.7%


Employment YTD: 2.9%




#7 Jacksonville, FL


Gross metro product since peak: -4.9%


Home prices YTD: -13.8%


Employment since peak: -7.2%


Employment YTD: 3.9%




#6 Tampa, FL


Gross metro product since peak: -4.9%


Home prices YTD: -12.4%


Employment since peak: -8.9%


Employment YTD: +4.0%




#5 Palm Bay, FL


Gross metro product since peak: -5.6%


Home prices YTD: -15.0%


Employment since peak: -10.2%


Employment YTD: +3.6%




#4 Bradenton, FL


Gross metro product since peak: -5.8%


Home prices YTD: -10.2%


Employment since peak: -14.4%


Employment YTD: +3.8%




#3 Cape Coral, FL


Gross metro product since peak: -14.8%


Home prices YTD: -11.4%


Employment since peak: -17.0%


Employment YTD: +3.7%




#2 Las Vegas, NV

Gross metro product since peak: -4.4%


Home prices YTD: -20.8%


Employment since peak: -9.8%


Employment YTD: +4.4%




#1 Detroit, MI


Gross metro product since peak: -14.2%


Home prices YTD: -11.7%


Employment since peak: -15.6%


Employment YTD: +4.2%

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