The 10 Hottest and Weakest Markets in America

The OFHEO quarterly report gives housing appreciation information and ranks the 287 largest metropolitan statisical areas. They rank them according to appreciation during the most recent four quarters and also provide quarterly and 5 year numbers. Boulder ranked 126th in the most recent report with 3.06% appreciation during the past year.

Here are the top 10 markets over the past 12 months.

 

  • Wenatchee, WA 15.7%
  • Provo – Orem, UT 14.35%
  • Grand Junction, CO 14.05%
  • Ogden- Clearfield, UT 13.95%
  • Salt Lake City, UT 13.37%
  • Idaho Falls, ID 11.69%
  • Austin – Round Rock, TX 9.67%
  • Beaumont – Port Arthur, TX 9.44%
  • Asheville, TX 9.44%
  • Billings, MT 9.07%
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    Here are the bottom 10 markets over the past 12 months.

     

  • Merced, CA -13%
  • Punta Gorda, FL -11.79%
  • Santa Barbara, CA -11.63%
  • Yuba City, CA -11.13%
  • Stockton, CA -10.03%
  • Fort Myers, FL -9.67%
  • Sarasota, FL -9.63%
  • Modesto FL -8.95%
  • Palm Bay, FL -8.93%
  • Sacramento, CA -8.41%
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