25 cities where the housing market has recovered most since 2009

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When the real estate bubble burst in late 2008, many Americans saw their home values fall drastically, but a lot has changed in the 10 years since — housing prices have rebounded from their lows during the Great Recession. And though prices are now starting to cool, in many cases, home values have even exceeded their 2006 highs.

That being said, not every market has fully recovered. A new study from LendingTree, the nation’s leading online loan marketplace, looks at the 50 largest metropolitan areas in the U.S. to see where housing prices have recovered the most since the height of the Great Recession — and where values are still struggling. The study also looks at how income and unemployment rates have changed since 2009.

Here are the top 25 cities where housing prices have recovered the most since 2009:

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25. Detroit

Median home value 2009: $139,900
Median home value 2017: $171,600
Median home value change: $31,700
Median unemployment rate change: -9.9%

Median household income change: $9,876

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24. Pittsburgh

Median home value 2009: $120,600
Median home value 2017: $153,300
Median home value change: $32,700
Median unemployment rate change: -3.5%

Median household income change: $12,172

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23. Buffalo, New York

Median home value 2009: $116,000
Median home value 2017: $148,900
Median home value change: $32,900
Median unemployment rate change: -4.7%

Median household income change: $9,637

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22. Oklahoma City

Median home value 2009: $123,400
Median home value 2017: $156,800
Median home value change: $33,400
Median unemployment rate change: -2.1%

Median household income change: $11,151

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21. Washington , D.C.

Median home value 2009: $387,900
Median home value 2017: $424,600
Median home value change: $36,700
Median unemployment rate change: -2.6%

Median household income change: $14,501

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20. Raleigh, North Carolina

Median home value 2009: $203,700
Median home value 2017: $244,500
Median home value change: $40,800
Median unemployment rate change: -4.8%

Median household income change: $13,260

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19. San Antonio

Median home value 2009: $125,800
Median home value 2017: $170,100
Median home value change: $44,300
Median unemployment rate change: -2.6%

Median household income change: -$1,674

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18. Las Vegas

Median home value 2009: $202,100
Median home value 2017: $250,000
Median home value change: $47,900
Median unemployment rate change: -6.0%

Median household income change: $3,684

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17. Phoenix

Median home value 2009: $196,300
Median home value 2017: $246,900
Median home value change: $50,600
Median unemployment rate change: -5.2%

Median household income change: $8,710

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16. Salt Lake City

Median home value 2009: $243,900
Median home value 2017: $294,800
Median home value change: $50,900
Median unemployment rate change: -4.1%

Median household income change: $14,372

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15. Miami

Median home value 2009: $227,400
Median home value 2017: $278,700
Median home value change: $51,300
Median unemployment rate change: -5.8%

Median household income change: $8,338

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14. Houston

Median home value 2009: $139,800
Median home value 2017: $192,900
Median home value change: $53,100
Median unemployment rate change: -1.7%

Median household income change: $9,656

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13. Dallas

Median home value 2009: $149,700
Median home value 2017: $214,900
Median home value change: $65,200
Median unemployment rate change: -4.4%

Median household income change: $12,843

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12. Nashville, Tennessee

Median home value 2009: $175,100
Median home value 2017: $242,900
Median home value change: $67,800
Median unemployment rate change: -5.9%

Median household income change: $12,873

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11. Boston

Median home value 2009: $369,200
Median home value 2017: $441,400
Median home value change: $72,200
Median unemployment rate change: -4.2%

Median household income change: $16,357

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10. Seattle

Median home value 2009: $355,400
Median home value 2017: $439,800
Median home value change: $84,400
Median unemployment rate change: -4.2%

Median household income change: $18,105

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9. Portland, Oregon

Median home value 2009: $287,900
Median home value 2017: $376,000
Median home value change: $88,100
Median unemployment rate change: -2.1%

Median household income change: $16,410

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8. Sacramento, California

Median home value 2009: $298,000
Median home value 2017: $390,000
Median home value change: $92,000
Median unemployment rate change: -5.9%

Median household income change: $10,541

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7. Austin, Texas

Median home value 2009: $189,300
Median home value 2017: $283,600
Median home value change: $94,300
Median unemployment rate change: -4.5%

Median household income change: $17,582

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6. Riverside, California

Median home value 2009: $244,800
Median home value 2017: $342,300
Median home value change: $97,500
Median unemployment rate change: -6.4%

Median household income change: $8,179

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5. Denver

Median home value 2009: $248,500
Median home value 2017: $386,800
Median home value change: $138,300
Median unemployment rate change: -5.4%

Median household income change: $17,636

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4. San Diego

Median home value 2009: $417,700
Median home value 2017: $563,800
Median home value change: $146,100
Median unemployment rate change: -3.7%

Median household income change: $15,976

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3. Los Angeles

Median home value 2009: $463,600
Median home value 2017: $617,100
Median home value change: $153,500
Median unemployment rate change: -5.0%

Median household income change: $11,467

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2. San Francisco

Median home value 2009: $591,600
Median home value 2017: $849,500
Median home value change: $257,900
Median unemployment rate change: -5.4%

Median household income change: $27,889

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1. San Jose, California

Median home value 2009: $638,300
Median home value 2017: $957,700
Median home value change: $319,400
Median unemployment rate change: -6.4%

Median household income change: $32,991

This article originally appeared on LendingTree.com and was syndicated by MediaFeed.org.

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