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Q4 2010 NAR home values Midwest

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Median existing single-family home prices rose 0.5 percent year over year in the Midwest during the fourth 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
($000s)
2010
($000s)
%
Change
Bloomington-Normal146.7167.714.31
Champaign-Urbana139.5139.3-0.14
Chicago-Naperville-Joliet191.5183.4-4.23
DanvilleN/AN/AN/A
Decatur84.588.95.21
Kankakee-Bradley127.9109.5-14.39
Peoria111.9126.112.69
Rockford108.3100.0-7.66
Springfield111.8117.14.74
Indiana
Compare mortgage rates in Indiana
2009
($000s)
2010
($000s)
%
Change
Fort Wayne93.598.85.67
Gary-Hammond124.5123.1-1.12
Indianapolis111.5124.311.48
South Bend-Mishawaka88.476.8-13.12
Iowa
Compare mortgage rates in Iowa
2009
($000s)
2010
($000s)
%
Change
Cedar Rapids139.4139.4NC
Davenport-Moline-Rock Island, Iowa/Ill.106.7110.63.66
Des Moines143.4151.35.51
Waterloo-Cedar Falls113.7110.9-2.46
Kansas
Compare mortgage rates in Kansas
2009
($000s)
2010
($000s)
%
Change
Topeka102.0105.43.33
Wichita115.2117.82.26
Michigan
Compare mortgage rates in Michigan
2009
($000s)
2010
($000s)
%
Change
Detroit-Warren-LivoniaN/AN/AN/A
Grand Rapids89.992.63.00
Kalamazoo-PortageN/AN/AN/A
Lansing-East Lansing84.079.5-5.36
Saginaw-Saginaw Township North67.4N/AN/A
Minnesota
Compare mortgage rates in Minnesota
2009
($000s)
2010
($000s)
%
Change
Minneapolis-St. Paul-Bloomington, Minn./Wis.167.5165.3-1.31
Missouri
Compare mortgage rates in Missouri
2009
($000s)
2010
($000s)
%
Change
Columbia143.9149.33.75
Kansas City, Mo./Kan.139.5135.9-2.58
St. Louis126.8122.0-3.79
Springfield110.0108.8-1.09
Nebraska
Compare mortgage rates in Nebraska
2009
($000s)
2010
($000s)
%
Change
Lincoln130.5129.9-0.46
Omaha130.4137.15.14
North Dakota
Compare mortgage rates in North Dakota
2009
($000s)
2010
($000s)
%
Change
Bismarck157.0163.64.20
Fargo, N.D./Minn.139.8148.56.22
Ohio
Compare mortgage rates in Ohio
2009
($000s)
2010
($000s)
%
Change
Akron105.7105.3-0.38
Canton-Massillon87.687.2-0.46
Cincinnati-Middletown, Ohio/Ky./Ind.125.0127.21.76
Cleveland-Elyria-Mentor110.1114.74.18
Columbus132.5127.5-3.77
Dayton106.495.9-9.87
Toledo86.574.5-13.87
Youngstown-Warren-Boardman, Ohio/Pa.72.762.8-13.62
South Dakota
Compare mortgage rates in South Dakota
2009
($000s)
2010
($000s)
%
Change
Sioux Falls137.0140.12.26
Wisconsin
Compare mortgage rates in Wisconsin
2009
($000s)
2010
($000s)
%
Change
AppletonN/A115.5N/A
Green Bay131.6135.63.04
Madison201.3218.08.30
Milwaukee-Waukesha-West Allis188.4210.111.52
Source: National Association of Realtors, Median Sales Price of Existing Single-Family Homes for Metropolitan Areas

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