Median existing single-family home prices fell 5.4 percent year over year in the Midwest during the second quarter of 2011, according to the National Association of Realtors. Scroll down to see how your hometown fared.

Illinois

Compare mortgage rates in Illinois

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Bloomington-Normal 160.5 156.2 -2.7
Champaign-Urbana 143.0 145.0 1.4
Chicago-Naperville-Joliet 205.0 185.0 -9.8
Danville N/A N/A N/A
Decatur 95.5 88.0 -7.9
Kankakee-Bradley 123.9 120.0 -3.1
Peoria 121.4 114.8 -5.4
Rockford 110.7 93.5 -15.5
Springfield 126.7 127.4 0.6
Indiana

Compare mortgage rates in Indiana

2010

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Fort Wayne 103.3 97.8 -5.3
Gary-Hammond 127.0 128.5 1.2
Indianapolis 129.9 127.2 -2.1
South Bend-Mishawaka 95.9 86.3 -10.0
Iowa

Compare mortgage rates in Iowa

2010

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Cedar Rapids 145.3 141.5 -2.6
Davenport-Moline-Rock Island, Iowa/Ill. 113.5 116.6 2.7
Des Moines 156.2 155.5 -0.4
Waterloo-Cedar Falls 115.3 112.6 -2.3
Kansas

Compare mortgage rates in Kansas

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Topeka 109.6 104.4 -4.7
Wichita 122.5 118.7 -3.1
Michigan

Compare mortgage rates in Michigan

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Detroit-Warren-Livonia N/A N/A N/A
Grand Rapids 93.0 103.1 10.9
Kalamazoo-Portage N/A N/A N/A
Lansing-East Lansing 92.1 85.9 -6.7
Saginaw-Saginaw Township North 59.7 N/A N/A
Minnesota

Compare mortgage rates in Minnesota

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Minneapolis-St. Paul-Bloomington, Minn./Wis. 176.2 145.0 -17.7
Missouri

Compare mortgage rates in Missouri

2010

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Columbia 147.3 150.1 1.9
Kansas City, Mo./Kan. 150.6 137.0 -9.0
St. Louis 140.4 129.0 -8.1
Springfield 112.4 114.8 2.1
Nebraska

Compare mortgage rates in Nebraska

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Lincoln 134.2 131.0 -2.4
Omaha 138.8 138.9 0.1
North Dakota

Compare mortgage rates in North Dakota

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Bismarck 163.1 169.0 3.6
Fargo, N.D./Minn. 141.6 144.2 1.8
Ohio

Compare mortgage rates in Ohio

2010

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Akron 119.7 100.2 -16.3
Canton-Massillon 111.5 105.3 -5.6
Cincinnati-Middletown, Ohio/Ky./Ind. 131.0 127.3 -2.8
Cleveland-Elyria-Mentor 118.3 108.5 -8.3
Columbus 149.7 130.9 -12.6
Dayton 112.4 96.8 -13.9
Toledo 90.9 75.2 -17.3
Youngstown-Warren-Boardman, Ohio/Pa. 75.1 74.8 -0.4
South Dakota

Compare mortgage rates in South Dakota

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Sioux Falls 141.4 141.2 -0.1
Wisconsin

Compare mortgage rates in Wisconsin

2010

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Appleton 120.0 115.8 -3.5
Green Bay 133.8 137.8 3.0
Madison 213.2 212.7 -0.2
Milwaukee-Waukesha-West Allis 200.2 186.6 -6.8
Source: National Association of Realtors, Median Sales Price of Existing Single-Family Homes for Metropolitan Areas

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