7 Cities Where Home Prices Are Jumping

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Zillow report and cities where home prices are risingBy Mamta Badkar

National home prices are expected to rise 1.7 percent from the third quarter of 2012 to Q3 2013, according to Zillow's latest report.

In fact, Zillow finds that 183 of the 252 markets surveyed have hit a bottom, but the recovery has differed in different parts of the country.

We drew on the Zillow report to rank seven cities where home prices are projected to rise the most in the next year.

We also included an estimate of when home prices bottomed, and the actual value of a home.

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Change in home prices 2012-2013: 3.5 percent
Projected bottom in home value: Q1 2012
Price in Q3 2012: $397,000

Source: Zillow

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Change in home prices 2012-2013: 3.8 percent
Projected bottom in home value: Q4 2011
Price in Q3 2012: $149,700

Source: Zillow

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Change in home prices 2012-2013: 3.8 percent
Projected bottom in home value: Q1 2012
Price in Q3 2012: $497,600

Source: Zillow

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Change in home prices 2012-2013: 4.2 percent
Projected bottom in home value: Q2 2009
Price in Q3 2012: $599,800

Source: Zillow

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Change in home prices 2012-2013: 5.6 percent
Projected bottom in home value: Q1 2012
Price in Q3 2012: $210,900

Source: Zillow

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Change in home prices 2012-2013: 6.2 percent
Projected bottom in home value: Q1 2012
Price in Q3 2012: $187,800

Source: Zillow

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Change in home prices 2012-2013: 8.5 percent
Projected bottom in home value: Q3 2011
Price in Q3 2012: $149,000

Source: Zillow

Photo: Wikimedia Commons

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