Overall, the U.S. housing market has recovered from the housing crisis that plunged the country into recession; however, a new analysis by The Washington Post shows that the recovery has been deeply uneven along lines of race, income and geography.
The Post has created an impressive interactive map. Simply input your zip code to find out how current home values in your neighborhood compare to 2004 values, right before prices began to bubble before the 2007 collapse. The data does not account for inflation, but does correct for foreclosures and distressed sales to better reflect homes values on the open market.
Has your property value increased or decreased since 2004? Find out your current home value here.