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10 Surprising U.S. Cities Where Home Values Are Skyrocketing


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After all, your home is your biggest investment and most significant asset. Is it increasing in value—and if so, by how much?

The data team at realtor.com® crunched the numbers to find these appreciation sensations. And they aren’t the usual suspects.

1. Omaha, NE

Median home list price: $259,400 1-year percentage change: 20.7% 3-year percentage change: 62.1% 5-year percentage change: 73.5%

2. Santa Maria, CA

Median home list price: $1,363,000 1-year percentage change: 20.9% 3-year percentage change: 59.6% 5-year percentage change: 95%

3. Charlotte, NC

Median home list price: $327,600 1-year percentage change: 10.7% 3-year percentage change: 59.4% 5-year percentage change: 82.9%

4. Grand Rapids, MI

Median home list price: $249,900 1-year percentage change: 8.7% 3-year percentage change: 56.4% 5-year percentage change: 72.5%

5. College Station, TX

Median home list price: $314,900 1-year percentage change: 2.4% 3-year percentage change: 55.5% 5-year percentage change: 85.3%

6. Lexington, KY

Median home list price: $269,900 1-year percentage change: 14.9% 3-year percentage change: 53.1% 5-year percentage change: 61.7%

7. New Orleans, LA

Median home list price: $274,500 1-year percentage change: 9.8% 3-year percentage change: 52.5% 5-year percentage change: 62.4%

8. Fort Wayne, IN

Median home list price: $176,100 1-year percentage change: 22.5% 3-year percentage change: 52.5% 5-year percentage change: 67.9%

9. Columbus, OH

Median home list price: $241,300 1-year percentage change: 27.1% 3-year percentage change: 51.3% 5-year percentage change: 66.4%

10. Nashville, TN

Median home list price: $359,900 1-year percentage change: 10.8% 3-year percentage change: 49.1% 5-year percentage change: 89.4%

Read the entire article on Realtor.com

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