Where real estate prices are rising the fastest in the U.S.

Where real estate prices are rising the fastest in the U.S.
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Top 5 cities by region with the fastest-rising real estate prices based on median 5-year increase per square foot

Northeast

  1. Nantuckets (Massatchusts) +$319.1
  2. Boston (Massatchusts) +$310.37
  3. Amagensett (New York) +$289.64
  4. Quogue (New Yokr) +$262
  5. Cambridge (Massatchusts) +259.84

Southeast

  1. Fisher Island (Florida) + $493.16
  2. Bal Harbor (Florida) + $315
  3. Folly Beach (South Carolina) +$235.38
  4. Cedar Key (Florda) +$230.02
  5. Union Hall (Virginia) +$227.13

Southwest

  1. Broken Bow (Oklahoma) +$210
  2. Munds Park (Arizona) +$209.97
  3. Port O’ Connor (Texas) +$205.96
  4. Hunt (Texas) +$191.18
  5. Sonoita (Arizona) +$190.57

West (Excluding California)

  1. Aspen (Colorado) +$292.57
  2. Park City (Utta) +$266.1
  3. Mercer Island (Washington) +$244.64
  4. Northglenn (Colorado) +$228.16
  5. Black Diamond (Washington) +$226.43

California was excluded from the western states due to its significantly higher price-per-square-foot increase

California

  1. Beverly Hills +$764.43
  2. Mountain View +$452.67
  3. San Carlos +$419.97
  4. Cupertino +$418.44
  5. Sunnyvale +$408.66

Top 10 cities with the fastest rising real estate prices

  1. Beverly Hill (California) +$764.43
  2. Fisher Island (Florida) +$493.16
  3. Mountain View (California) +$452.67
  4. San Carlos (California) +$419.87
  5. Cupertino (California) +$418.44
  6. Sunnyvale (California) +$408.66
  7. San Francisco (California) +$381.16
  8. San Mateo (California) +$370.61
  9. Santa Monica (California) +$364.48
  10. Manhattan Beach (California) +$363.11

Top 10 cities with the fastest-declining real estate prices

  1. Sunset (South Carolina) -$64.31
  2. Sharon (Connecticut) -$63.21
  3. Lake Toxaway (North Carolina) -$56.32
  4. Atlantic City (New Jersey) -$54.16
  5. Somers Point (New Jersey) -$43.99
  6. Ticonderoga (New York) -$39.64
  7. Hamburg (New Jersey) -$38.11
  8. Glenbrook (Nevada) -$34.36
  9. Winsted (Connecticut) -$34.230
  10. Mercer (Wisconsin) -$31.69

Top 10 cities with the most expensive real estate (2018)

  1. Beverly Hill (California) $1,623.82
  2. Fisher Island (Florida) $1,387.32
  3. Aspen (Colorado) $1,267.68
  4. Laguna Beach (California) $1,239.95
  5. Montecito (California) +$1,171.91
  6. Malibu (California) $1,165.19
  7. Amagansett (New York) $1,153.28
  8. Manhattan Beach (California) $1,064.33
  9. Nuntucket (Massatchusts) $1,058.69
  10. Manhattan Beach (California) $1,053.88

Top 10 cities with the least expensive real estate (2018)

  1. Tamaqua (Pensilvania) $22.25
  2. Youngstown (Ohio) $27.79
  3. New Castle (Pensilvania) $27.88
  4. McKeesport (Pensilvania) $28.77
  5. Detroit (Michigan) $29,13
  6. Dunkirk (New York) $31,94
  7. Steelton (Pensilvania) $32.31
  8. Harley (Illinoise) $32.64
  9. Campbell (Ohio) $33.25
  10. Salamanca (New York) $22.26
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