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Home Publications Graphic Economics Change in Bottom-Tier Home Prices in Selected Cities, Jan 2002 - June 2012
Change in Bottom-Tier Home Prices in Selected Cities, Jan 2002 - June 2012 Print

August 28, 2012

The latest housing data found prices in Atlanta rose by 2.3 percent, 1.7 percent in Chicago, 1.5 percent in Phoenix, 1.2 percent in Minneapolis, and 1.1 percent in Las Vegas. In each of these cities, the price increase is being driven most strongly by the bottom third of the market. The price increases in this segment of the market have been extraordinary in recent months. In Las Vegas, the bottom tier of the market has risen at a 30.4 percent annual rate over the last three months. In Phoenix, prices in the bottom tier have increased at a 32.4 percent annual rate.

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