Median existing single-family home prices fell 2 percent year over year in the South during the second quarter of 2010, according to the National Association of Realtors. Scroll down to see how your hometown fared.

Alabama

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Birmingham-Hoover 152.3 146.5 -3.8
Mobile 128.8 129.5 0.5
Montgomery 134.2 129.2 -3.7
Arkansas

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Little Rock-N. Little Rock 134.6 132.8 -1.3
Delaware

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Dover 193.7 196.3 1.3
Florida

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Bradenton-Sarasota-Venice 175.8 184.6 5.0
Deltona-Daytona Beach-Ormond Beach 127.2 117.0 -8.0
Cape Coral-Fort Myers 84.0 94.1 12.0
Gainesville 178.2 172.9 -3.0
Jacksonville 152.7 139.0 -9.0
Melbourne-Titusville-Palm Bay 104.1 117.3 12.7
Miami-Fort Lauderdale-Miami Beach 207.4 214.2 3.3
Ocala 110.2 95.9 -13.0
Orlando 149.2 140.2 -6.0
Pensacola-Ferry Pass-Brent 147.8 143.1 -3.2
Tallahassee 149.8 142.3 -5.0
Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater 140.9 141.4 0.4
Georgia

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Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Marietta 121.4 122.7 1.1
Kentucky

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Lexington-Fayette 142.7 144.2 1.1
Louisville, Ky./Ind. 132.7 136.4 2.8
Louisiana

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Baton Rouge 168.5 170.4 1.1
New Orleans-Metairie-Kenner 165.8 161.9 -2.4
Shreveport-Bossier City 146.0 155.9 6.8
Maryland

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Baltimore-Towson 253.0 251.6 -0.6
Cumberland, Md./W.Va. 123.5 104.5 -15.4
Hagerstown-Martinsburg, Md./W.Va. 164.9 149.8 -9.2
Mississippi

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Biloxi-Gulfport 138.7 128.5 -7.4
Jackson 140.1 137.9 -1.6
North Carolina

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Charlotte-Gastonia-Concord, N.C./S.C. 199.7 199.1 -0.3
Durham 185.5 186.4 0.5
Greensboro-High Point 141.8 134.2 -5.4
Raleigh-Cary 211.3 223.7 5.9
Oklahoma

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Oklahoma City 139.4 149.9 7.5
Tulsa 133.2 133.2 NC
South Carolina

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Charleston-North Charleston 198.2 197.5 -0.4
Columbia 137.9 142.1 3.0
Florence 98.5 98.5 NC
Greenville 140.0 149.6 6.9
Spartanburg 122.7 121.3 -1.1
Tennessee

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Chattanooga, Tenn./Ga. 125.7 125.7 NC
Knoxville 144.7 143.5 -0.8
Memphis, Tenn./Miss./Ark. 121.1 127.2 5.0
Nashville-Davidson-Murfreesboro N/A N/A N/A
Texas

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Amarillo 127.3 127.2 -0.1
Austin-Round Rock 194.0 196.6 1.3
Beaumont-Port Arthur. 138.6 120.7 -12.9
Corpus Christi 133.4 135.5 1.6
Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington 131.9 134.7 2.1
El Paso 131.8 133.8 1.5
Houston-Baytown-Sugar Land 157.4 155.9 -1.0
San Antonio 153.1 148.2 -3.2
Virginia

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Norfolk-Virginia Beach-Newport News 216.0 210.0 -2.8
Richmond 206.9 199.6 -3.5
Arlington-Alexandria/Washington, D.C. 319.2 331.6 3.9
West Virginia

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Charleston 131.2 132.0 0.6
Source: National Association of Realtors, Median Sales Price of Existing Single-Family Homes for Metropolitan Areas

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