Median existing single-family home prices rose 1.1 percent year over year in the South during the first quarter of 2010, according to the National Association of Realtors. Scroll down to see how your hometown fared.

Alabama

Compare mortgage rates in Alabama

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Birmingham-Hoover 130.4 135.1 3.6
Mobile 127.9 116.4 -9.0
Montgomery 122.5 124.2 1.4
Arkansas

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Little Rock-N. Little Rock 125.4 129.6 3.3
Delaware

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Dover 201 190 -5.5
Florida

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Bradenton-Sarasota-Venice 155.2 167.6 8.0
Deltona-Daytona Beach-Ormond Beach 128.7 115.8 -10.0
Cape Coral-Fort Myers 87.3 86.4 -1.0
Gainesville 160.3 154.7 -3.5
Jacksonville 154.1 144.9 -6.0
Melbourne-Titusville-Palm Bay 114.3 101.7 -11.0
Miami-Fort Lauderdale-Miami Beach 206.0 193.6 -6.0
Ocala 108.6 92.9 -14.5
Orlando 154.8 131.6 -15.0
Pensacola-Ferry Pass-Brent 137.2 140.7 2.6
Tallahassee 156.0 154.4 -1.0
Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater 135.3 133.9 -1.0
Georgia

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Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Marietta 115.6 110.1 -4.8
Kentucky

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Lexington-Fayette 133.8 135.4 1.2
Louisville, Ky./Ind. 121.1 127.7 5.5
Louisiana

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Baton Rouge 159.4 166.2 4.3
New Orleans-Metairie-Kenner 150.8 154.6 2.5
Shreveport-Bossier City 136.0 146.4 7.6
Maryland

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Baltimore-Towson 245.8 234.9 -4.4
Cumberland, Md./W.Va. 114.9 98.3 -14.4
Hagerstown-Martinsburg, Md./W.Va. 167.1 145.4 -13.0
Mississippi

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Biloxi-Gulfport 132.8 128.8 -3.0
Jackson 122.6 121.8 -0.7
North Carolina

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Charlotte-Gastonia-Concord, N.C./S.C. 171.5 171.4 -0.1
Durham 171.5 171.5 NC
Greensboro-High Point 129.7 121.4 -6.4
Raleigh-Cary 223.0 222.9 NC
Oklahoma

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Oklahoma City 140.4 140.7 0.2
Tulsa 127.0 124.8 -1.7
South Carolina

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Charleston-North Charleston 188.2 194.6 3.4
Columbia 134.3 136.6 1.7
Florence 98.5 98.5 NC
Greenville 142.0 140.6 -1.0
Spartanburg 109.1 117.1 7.3
Tennessee

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Chattanooga, Tenn./Ga. 117.9 112.9 -4.2
Knoxville 138.6 135.1 -2.5
Memphis, Tenn./Miss./Ark. 100.2 120.8 20.6
Nashville-Davidson-Murfreesboro N/A N/A N/A
Texas

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2009

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Amarillo 122.0 116.8 -4.3
Austin-Round Rock 182.2 182.5 0.2
Beaumont-Port Arthur 129.1 127.0 -1.6
Corpus Christi 126.3 129.5 2.5
Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington 141.1 141.9 0.6
El Paso 132.8 128.6 -3.2
Houston-Baytown-Sugar Land 138.5 150.1 8.4
San Antonio 145.2 142.2 -2.1
Virginia

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Norfolk-Virginia Beach-Newport News 201.0 195.0 -3.0
Richmond N/A N/A N/A
Arlington-Alexandria/Washington, D.C. 279.4 292.6 4.7
West Virginia

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Charleston 119.2 116.5 -2.3
Source: National Association of Realtors, Median Sales Price of Existing Single-Family Homes for Metropolitan Areas

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