Note. June 2022 data is the latest available from Case-Shiller as I write this on August 30, 2022. The data is a 3-month moving average so what they call June is really the April-June average.

Prices increased less during the last 12 months than during the previous 12 months in most of the 20 cities covered by Case-Shiller.

You can see it in detail here.

And longer term here.

Note. You can find interactive versions of these charts here.