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Cities most likely to see housing prices rise!

A recent article in Forbes listed the following as the top ten cities to most likely see an increase in housing prices:

(drum roll, please...)

10. Oklahoma City, OK

9. Atlanta, GA

8. Minneapolis, MN

7. Colorado Springs, CO

6. Salt Lake City, UT

5. Austin, TX

4. Portland, OR

3. San Antonio, TX

2. Charlotte, NC

1. Albuquerque, NM 

Click here to see the full article: Forbes

For specific details on Colorado Springs, click here: Springs


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Comment balloon 7 commentsRuth Vogt • September 10 2008 09:23AM

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Whew, good to know I don't have to move anytime soon.

Posted by Brian Belcher, Charlotte Realtor (RE/MAX Metro Realty) about 10 years ago

Hey, Ruth. Always great to hear something positive. Thanks for sharing, Jim

Posted by Jim & Maria Hart, Charleston, SC Real Estate (Brand Name Real Estate) about 10 years ago

That would be refreshing Ruth. I don't know about you but I'm tired of all the bad news...

Posted by Paul S. Henderson, REALTOR®,CRS,, Tacoma Washington Agent/Broker & Market Authority! (RE/MAX Northwest.) about 10 years ago

I so agree - tired of hearing only the bad. Especially when we know there is ALWAYS a way to find a postive spin! Wouldn't you hate working for the media? Their cups must be half full all the time, most everyday! ha!

Posted by Ruth Vogt, 719-592-0855 Apply 24/7 www.ColoradoHomeLender.com (Fairway Independent Mortgage, LLS. Equal Housing Opportunity. Regulated by the Division of Real Estate.) about 10 years ago

Colorado Springs is one of my favorite cities.  A great place to enjoy the outdoors with the family. Congratulations!

Posted by Rick Fitzgerald, The MultiFamily Expert (AAM Capital) about 10 years ago

The good press for Oklahoma City continues---this is a good place to be.

Posted by Steve Mangus (not active) about 10 years ago

This is an interesting list... not filled with the usual cities.  And I am glad to see some geographic diversity.  Hopefully it is indicative of a more nationwide recovery.  Thanks for sharing it.

Posted by Steve Shatsky about 10 years ago

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