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Chicago Magazine: How Much Is Your Home Worth?

Chicago Magazine has published median home prices for all Chicago neighborhoods. Their analysis taken from chicagomag.com

Call it a classic case of too much too soon: After zooming more than 9 percent in 2013 and 5 percent last year, median home values in the six-county metro area should level off with just a 0.5 percent increase in 2015, predicts Skylar Olsen, a senior economist at the real estate research firm Zillow. (Many other metro areas, such as Boston and New York, also have a virtually flat forecast for the year.) The message: If you want to sell now but wondered if you should wait another year to benefit from rising prices, go ahead and list. And if you’re a buyer, you’ll have plenty of time to shop around. See how your area stacks up on these charts, which include price data for neighborhoods and suburbs with 20 or more sales in 2014.

The full report and stats are available at http://www.chicagomag.com/Chicago-Magazine/April-2015/chicago-real-estate/home-condo-prices?show=hoods&sortby=name&attached=false

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Top 20 Real Estate Markets for July 2015

Here are the top 20 real estate markets for July, 2015 according to realtor.com. Here’s a short excerpt from the article:

Based on data for the first three weeks of July, the median list price increased to $234,000, up 7% year over year and 1% over June. Median days on market increased to 69 days, down 7% year over year but up 5% month over month. Housing supply usually peaks in July or August as families rush to close before the school year begins.

 

1) San Francisco, CA
2) Denver, CO
3) Dallas, TX
4) Vallejo, CA
5) Santa Rosa, CA
6) San Jose, CA
7) Midland, TX
8) San Diego, CA
9) Ann Arbor, MI
10) Santa Cruz, CA
11) Detroit, MI
12) Sacramento, CA
13) Stockton, CA
14) Yuba City, CA
15) Columbus, OH
16) Austin, TX
17) Los Angeles, CA
18) Oxnard, CA
19) San Antonio, TX
20) Fort Wayne, IN