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Join NEW GROUP: POSITIVE REAL ESTATE NEWS!
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YOU ARE INVITED! Lets organize and encourage the good news about real estate! Post POSITIVE NEWS about your market, or about the real estate market in general! IF YOU SEE A NEGATIVE REPORT THAT SHOULD HAVE or COULD HAVE BEEN POSITIVE WITH THE… more
Missouri was 26th in US House Price Appreciation in 2007!
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Missouri real estate sales were ranked 26th out of all 50 US states in home price appreciation in 2007, and with only 200% appreciation since 1980, there is still plenty of room to move! There were no Missouri cities in the top 20 appreciating… more
Minnesota was 44th in US House Price Appreciation in 2007 with ups…
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Minnesota real estate sales were ranked 44th out of all 50 US states in home price appreciation in 2007 There were no Minnesota cities in the top 20 appreciating cities and none in the 20 cities that lost the most value. However, there… more
Michigan was 46th in US House Price Appreciation in 2007 (or 4th in…
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Michigan real estate sales were ranked 48th out of all 50 US states in home price appreciation in 2007 While Michigan hs had only 200% appreciation since the 1980s, Ann Arbor is the only MI city in the 20 US cities that lost the most value. Cities… more
Maryland was 39th in US House Price Appreciation in 2007.
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Maryland real estate sales were ranked 39th out of all 50 US states in home price appreciation in 2007 There were no Maryland cities in the top 20 appreciating cities and none in the 20 cities that lost the most value. However, there were a number… more
Massachusetts was 45th in US House Price Appreciation in 2007.
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Massachusetts real estate sales were ranked 45th out of all 50 US states in home price appreciation in 2007 The over 600% appreciation since 1980 doesn't look as good today because of the foreclosures that are happening, but there is still good… more
Maine was 33rd in US House Price Appreciation in 2007.
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Maine real estate sales were ranked 33rd out of all 50 US states in home price appreciation in 2007 There were three Maine cities in the top 20 appreciating cities and none in the 20 cities that lost the most value. The three cities with strong… more
Louisiana was 15th in US House Price Appreciation in 2007!
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Opportunity is knocking after Katrina! Louisiana real estate sales were ranked 15th out of all 50 US states in home price appreciation in 2007 There were four Louisiana cities in the top 20 appreciating cities and none in the 20 cities that lost… more
Kentucky was 20th in US House Price Appreciation in 2007.
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Kentucky real estate sales were ranked 20th out of all 50 US states in home price appreciation in 2007 There were no Kentucky cities in the top 20 appreciating cities or in the 20 cities that lost the most value. Some other cities like Bowling… more
Idaho was 12th in US House Price Appreciation in 2007.
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Idaho real estate sales were ranked 12th out of 50 US states in home price appreciation in 2007 There were two Idaho cities in the top 20 appreciating cities: Logan and Idaho Falls Some other cities cities like Coeur d'Alene and Boise or Nampa… more