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Seattle and Las Vegas Are the Hottest Real Estate Markets in the Country Right Now


Las Vegas saw prices jump 10.6% from November 2016 to November 2017. San Francisco prices are up 9.1% in that same time period, keeping prices in the California city especially high. Several cities saw one-year increases in the 7% range, including Dallas ...


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Seattle and Las Vegas Are the Hottest Real Estate Markets in the Country Right Now Subscribe Search Home Subscribe Search Close 40 Under 40 100 Best Companies to Work For Fortune 500 Global 500 50 Most Powerful Women in Business World's 50 Greatest Leaders World's Most Admired Companies All Rankings Automotive Careers Design Energy & Environment Executive Travel Finance Commentary Health International Leadership Luxury Markets Most Powerful Women Retail Sports Technology The Ledger Venture Photography Podcasts Newsletters Magazine Fortune Knowledge Group Fortune Data Store Fortune Conferences TIME Health Digital Health Discovering Luxury Innovation By Design Looking Forward MPW Mentorship The 21st Century Corporation Mastering the Market Subscribe Give a Gift Customer Service Stay Connected Real Estate Housing Seattle and Las Vegas Are the Hottest Real Estate Markets in the Country Right Now By Chris Morris January 30, 2018 Looking to buy a home in Seattle or Las Vegas? You might want to hurry, as prices are rising fast—and showing no signs of slowing down. The just-released Standard & Poor’s/Case-Shiller Home Price Index shows home prices in most major markets are increasing steadily, with the west coast being especially hot. Seattle has been a fast-growing market for monthsIn the past year, the price of the average single-family home has gone up 12.7%That’s more than twice the national average of 6.21%. The trend is hardly restricted to the Pacific Northwest, thoughLas Vegas saw prices jump 10.6% from November 2016 to November 2017San Francisco prices are up 9.1% in that same time period, keeping prices in the California city especially high. Several cities saw one-year increases in the 7% range, including Dallas, Denver, Los Angeles, Portland, Tampa, and San Diego. That puts many cities at record levels—and certainly shows how far things have come since the depths of the recession in 2009. Since that time nine years ago, home prices in San Francisco have increased 113%, according to Case-ShillerLos Angeles has seen a nearly 70% increase, while Seattle is up 55%, and Dallas home prices have jumped 60%. SPONSORED FINANCIAL CONTENT You May Like Stories From Read More Sign Up for Our Newsletters Sign up now to receive FORTUNE's best content, special offers, and much more. SUBSCRIBE EDIT POST Subscribe & Save Subscribe today and save 79% off the cover price. SUBSCRIBE NOW Sign Up for Our Newsletters Sign up now to receive FORTUNE's best content, special offers, and much more. SUBSCRIBE 40 Under 40 100 Best Companies to Work For Fortune 500 Global 500 Most Powerful Women in Business World's 50 Greatest Leaders World's Most Admired Companies All Rankings Home Automotive Careers Design Energy & Environment Executive Travel Finance Commentary Health International Leadership Luxury Markets Most Powerful Women Retail Sports Technology The Ledger Venture Photography Podcasts Videos Newsletters Magazine Fortune Knowledge Group Fortune Data Store Fortune Conferences TIME Health Customer Service Site Map Privacy Policy Advertising Subscribe Give a Gift Ad Choices Terms of Use Your California Privacy Rights Time IncCareers

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