NAR home values study » Map of home valuesHome prices fell 0.7 percent nationwide in the first quarter of 2010, according to the National Association of Realtors. However, some markets saw big price increases -- more than 50 percent in a few cases.How did your neighborhood fare? Click on your region to find out.Home values by regionSee how the nation faredHow does your neighborhood stack up?Top 5 markets where prices are rising fastestTop 5 markets where prices are falling fastest Create a news alert for "mortgage" advertisementRelated Links:Mortgage Rates for March 3, 2011Interest Rate Roundup for March 3, 2011A fairy-tale venture: Buy a French castleRelated Articles:Defining 'qualified' loanMortgage rates drop againRate Trend Index
NAR home values study » Map of home values
Home prices fell 0.7 percent nationwide in the first quarter of 2010, according to the National Association of Realtors. However, some markets saw big price increases -- more than 50 percent in a few cases.
How did your neighborhood fare? Click on your region to find out.
Create a news alert for "mortgage"
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