Home prices in the greater Cleveland area dipped slightly in March, the latest Case-Schiller Home Price Indices show.

Cleveland area prices fell 0.1 percent in March from February, according to seasonally adjusted figures released Tuesday. The unadjusted Cleveland prices were up 0.1 percent. The comparable seasonally adjusted national home price index rose 0.1 percent.

Cleveland-area home prices are up 2.8 percent from a year ago, placing the Northeast Ohio metro region with three other cities – New York, Chicago and Washington, D.C. – for the smallest year-over-year price gains. All four cities had rising jobless rates from March 2015 to March 2016.

Cleveland’s March index level of 111.05 was its second highest since January 2008, down just slightly from 111.19 in February.