Win or Lose, World Series Cities Still Lag on Home Prices: Chart

While either the Chicago Cubs or Cleveland Indians will successfully end their long-standing World Series championship drought this year, both U.S. cities are lagging the competition when it comes to home prices. The two Midwestern metropolitan areas have each seen bigger drops from their pre-recession peaks, and smaller gains during the recovery, compared with the 20-city composite index compiled by S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller. Cleveland’s values are closer to their pre-crisis high, while Chicago’s are up more from their post-recession low.

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