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NEW YORK (CNN/Money) - U.S. residential real estate markets lost no steam in the first quarter of 2005, according to statistics released Thursday by the National Association of Realtors (NAR).

The NAR's quarterly report covers 136 metro areas. A record 66 of these have experienced double-digit jumps in home prices over the past year.

The previous record was 62 in the last quarter of 2004. Only six areas showed a fall in prices and those declines were fairly modest.

The median price of a single-family American home hit $188,800 at the end of the first quarter, a rise of 9.7 percent compared with a year ago.
 

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I took out the figures for major Midwest cities (including Madison because they have a stickied thread = high interest)

Metro Area/State/Percent Change/Median Price

Milwaukee WI 9.1% $198,900
Chicago IL 6.9% $243,800
Minneapolis/St. Paul MN/WI 6.7% $218,700
Madison WI 6.5% $207,800
Kansas City MO/KS 4.2% $148,300
Indianapolis IN 3.0% $116,300
Saint Louis MO/IL 2.7% $112,800
Cincinnati OH/KY/IN 2.7% $139,600
Denver CO 1.8% $236,000
Columbus OH 1.7% $140,100
Detroit MI 0.5% $151,000

Feel free to correct.
 

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Toledo Story #14

EastSider said:
I took out the figures for major Midwest cities (including Madison because they have a stickied thread = high interest)

Metro Area/State/Percent Change/Median Price

Milwaukee WI 9.1% $198,900
Chicago IL 6.9% $243,800
Minneapolis/St. Paul MN/WI 6.7% $218,700
Madison WI 6.5% $207,800
Kansas City MO/KS 4.2% $148,300
Indianapolis IN 3.0% $116,300
Saint Louis MO/IL 2.7% $112,800
Cincinnati OH/KY/IN 2.7% $139,600
Denver CO 1.8% $236,000
Columbus OH 1.7% $140,100
Detroit MI 0.5% $151,000

Feel free to correct.
Um..hello? *tapping on the microphone*..did we forget Toledo?

Toledo OH 9.1% $118,600


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