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Housing Recovery Has Been Slight and Erratic

Home values have been in steady ascent for a long time, but they’re still not where they were before the crash. A new report by Trulia shows housing recovery is not only slow going, it’s been incredibly scattershot. And we might not see the full end of the recession’s effects for almost another decade.

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Home Values Rise 6 Percent, Inventory Dips

New data shows inventory is down 5 percent over the year, with the biggest decreases in Minneapolis, Columbus, and Seattle. Home values are up 6.8 percent year-over-year, hitting $196,500 for the month of March. Values appreciated most in Tampa, Dallas, and Seattle.

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11 Metros With Record-Setting Home Values

With the days of the recession well in the rear view mirror, housing markets have experienced dramatic growth in home values, and some market values have surpassed previous all-time highs set during the housing bubble.

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