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List of Cities Where the Housing Crisis Is Over

The Housing Crisis Is Over . . . in These Cities, at Least

The nationwide housing crisis might not be over just yet, but in some areas at least, home prices have hit bottom and are starting to climb again. If you’ve been holding out on buying a home until you can be sure your new purchase won’t continue losing value, Money magazine’s got some good news for you. The magazine has rounded up a list of the US cities where the housing market is turning around, and home prices are actually expected to rise over the next year. Here are the top five:

  1. Santa Rosa, CA: Home prices expected to rise 6 percent
  2. Cheyenne, WA: Home prices expected to rise 4.7 percent
  3. Kennewick, WA: Home prices expected to rise 4.6 percent
  4. Merced, CA: Home prices expected to rise 4.4 percent
  5. Fairbanks, AK: Home prices expected to rise 4.2 percent

To round out the top 10, keep reading.

  1. Bremerton, WA: Home prices expected to rise 4.2 percent
  2. Corvallis, OR: Home prices expected to rise 4.1 percent
  3. Tacoma, WA: Home prices expected to rise 3.9 percent
  4. Anchorage, AK: Home prices expected to rise 3.8 percent
  5. Bend, OR: Home prices expected to rise 3.3 percent

Wondering if your city’s housing market is on the upswing? Visit CNN Money for the full list.

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