Cities on the Verge of a Housing Crisis

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5. Nashville-Davidson–Murfreesboro–Franklin, TN
> Home price chg. from pre-recession peak: 54.9%
> Current median home price: $240,000
> Pre-recession peak: $154,900 (Q3 2007)
> Median household income: $63,939
> 10 yr. population growth: 25.1%

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4. Austin-Round Rock, TX
> Home price chg. from pre-recession peak: 62.1%
> Current median home price: $302,000
> Pre-recession peak: $186,250 (Q3 2007)
> Median household income: $73,800
> 10 yr. population growth: 32.8%

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3. Fort Collins, CO
> Home price chg. from pre-recession peak: 66.9%
> Current median home price: $365,500
> Pre-recession peak: $219,000 (Q4 2006)
> Median household income: $69,102
> 10 yr. population growth: 19.6%

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2. Denver-Aurora-Lakewood, CO
> Home price chg. from pre-recession peak: 68.2%
> Current median home price: $382,000
> Pre-recession peak: $227,050 (Q3 2005)
> Median household income: $76,643
> 10 yr. population growth: 17.1%

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1. Greeley, CO
> Home price chg. from pre-recession peak: 79.2%
> Current median home price: $326,950
> Pre-recession peak: $182,500 (Q3 2005)
> Median household income: $68,884
> 10 yr. population growth: 25.0%