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How Home Values Changed in America's Biggest Cities Since 2000

50. Cleveland, OH
> Change in median home value, 2000-2022: +59.7% (+$75,540)
> Median home value, 2022: $202,044
> Median home value, 2000: $126,504

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49. Detroit, MI
> Change in median home value, 2000-2022: +62.2% (+$87,882)
> Median home value, 2022: $229,141
> Median home value, 2000: $141,259

48. Memphis, TN
> Change in median home value, 2000-2022: +72.7% (+$89,557)
> Median home value, 2022: $212,725
> Median home value, 2000: $123,168

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47. Chicago, IL
> Change in median home value, 2000-2022: +73.0% (+$123,430)
> Median home value, 2022: $292,436
> Median home value, 2000: $169,006

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46. Hartford, CT
> Change in median home value, 2000-2022: +87.8% (+$140,260)
> Median home value, 2022: $299,964
> Median home value, 2000: $159,704

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