Median existing single-family home prices rose 1.4 percent year over year in the Midwest during the second quarter of 2010, according to the National Association of Realtors. Scroll down to see how your hometown fared.

Illinois

Compare mortgage rates in Illinois

2009

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Bloomington-Normal 153.0 160.8 5.1
Champaign-Urbana 141.0 142.5 1.1
Chicago-Naperville-Joliet 204.3 203.8 -0.2
Danville N/A N/A N/A
Decatur 91.3 96.0 5.1
Kankakee-Bradley 132.2 126.5 -4.3
Peoria 126.1 123.3 -2.2
Rockford 113.4 109.0 -3.9
Springfield 116.2 123.6 6.4
Indiana

Compare mortgage rates in Indiana

2009

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Fort Wayne 94.6 103.3 9.2
Gary-Hammond 115.1 127.0 10.3
Indianapolis 122.5 129.9 6.0
South Bend-Mishawaka 88.1 95.9 8.9
Iowa

Compare mortgage rates in Iowa

2009

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Cedar Rapids 141.7 145.3 2.5
Davenport-Moline-Rock Island, Iowa/Ill. 113.2 113.5 0.3
Des Moines 150.1 156.2 4.1
Waterloo-Cedar Falls 106.7 115.3 8.1
Kansas

Compare mortgage rates in Kansas

2009

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Topeka 113.3 109.6 -3.3
Wichita 125.3 122.5 -2.2
Michigan

Compare mortgage rates in Michigan

2009

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Detroit-Warren-Livonia N/A N/A N/A
Grand Rapids 86.5 93.0 7.5
Kalamazoo-Portage N/A N/A N/A
Lansing-East Lansing 81.2 92.1 13.4
Saginaw-Saginaw Township North 55.7 59.7 7.2
Minnesota

Compare mortgage rates in Minnesota

2009

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Minneapolis-St. Paul-Bloomington, Minn./Wis. 184.5 176.2 -4.5
Missouri

Compare mortgage rates in Missouri

2009

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Columbia 144.3 147.3 -2.1
Kansas City, Mo./Kan. 144.1 150.6 4.5
St. Louis 133.6 143.1 7.1
Springfield 119.2 112.4 -5.7
Nebraska

Compare mortgage rates in Nebraska

2009

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Lincoln 133.1 134.2 0.8
Omaha 134.9 138.8 2.9
North Dakota

Compare mortgage rates in North Dakota

2009

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Bismarck 157.8 163.1 3.4
Fargo, N.D./Minn. 141.2 141.6 0.3
Ohio

Compare mortgage rates in Ohio

2009

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Akron 88.0 119.7 36.0
Canton-Massillon 101.5 111.5 9.9
Cincinnati-Middletown, Ohio/Ky./Ind. 129.6 131.1 1.2
Cleveland-Elyria-Mentor 106.0 118.2 11.5
Columbus 136.6 149.7 9.6
Dayton 106.5 112.4 5.5
Toledo 87.1 90.9 4.4
Youngstown-Warren-Boardman, Ohio/Pa. 71.5 75.1 5.0
South Dakota

Compare mortgage rates in South Dakota

2009

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Sioux Falls 146.0 141.4 -3.2
Wisconsin

Compare mortgage rates in Wisconsin

2009

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Appleton 113.9 120.0 5.4
Green Bay 141.3 133.8 -5.3
Madison 214.2 213.2 -0.5
Milwaukee-Waukesha-West Allis 191.5 200.2 4.5
Source: National Association of Realtors, Median Sales Price of Existing Single-Family Homes for Metropolitan Areas

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