The housing market was expected to recover more and more in New Year i.e.2013 and, it is doing so. It is seen that, most of the homeowners decide to shift their homes from one city to another and, choose the New Year for such big movements. However, it can be miserable to shift without knowing the current market situation in those particular cities. Are you one of them or know anyone who has planned to shift in another city and, have not checked out its current situation? If yes then read the following list of 5 most dejected U.S cities of 2013 to see whether the city -that you have decided to shift in- is going good economically and financially or not?1. Detroit, Michigan (MI):Detroit is has topped on the 5 most dejected cities of U.S. There are many reasons behind its standing at the first position in the top U.S. dejected cities. However, the one major reason is the violence and crime rate in Detroit. According to FBI, Detroit has the highest crime rate in all states of America and, talking about the figures, 1,052 violent crimes per 100,000 people.Due to the highest crime rate, the value of homes dropped in Detroit in last 3 years is 35 percent. It is the highest drop in home values in any city of U.S.2. Flint, Michigan (MI):There is another city of Michigan -Flint- on the 2nd position in the list of top 5 most dejected U.S. cities. Flint has the similar reasons as Detroit behind its second position in this list and, one of them is the violence and crime rate. However, it is not the main reason. The main reason behind it is the people migrating out due to the low job inventory which has shrunk the city.3. Rockford, Illinois (IL):We have Rockford, city of Illinois, on the 3rd position in the top 5 most dejected U.S cities. Unemployment rate has been increasing in Rockford for last 30 years due to the decline in manufacturing base. The current unemployment rate in this city is 11.2 percent which is the highest unemployment rate in any U.S city. Another major reason is the high property tax rates.4. Chicago, Illinois (IL):Chicago, another big city of Illinois, stands at the 4th position in the top most dejected U.S. cities of 2013. There are some major issues which influence the people to migrate from Chicago such as, long commutation, rough weather and, high foreclosure. Talking about commutation, it takes more than 30 minutes, on an average. According to RealtyTrac, foreclosure rate in Chicago is 3.3 percent. Due to these factors, Chicago has the sixth highest out-migration rate out of the 200 large cities.5. Modesto, California (CA):Modesto is at the last of our top 5 most dejected cities of U.S. There are mainly two reasons behind Modesto being a dejected city. One is the high foreclosure rate and, the other is high unemployment rate. Talking about the foreclosure, 6,859 homes were foreclosed in Modesto in 2012. On the other hand, the unemployment rate is about 15 percent which influence people to migrate from here to some better city.