Half of U.S. housing markets have surpassed pre-recession highs

A decade after the U.S. housing market crashed, half of the country’s homes have regained the value they lost during the recession, according to new data. Nationally, the median home value is $217,300, up 8.3 percent over the past year and 8.4 percent above the highest point of the housing bubble. The median home value has surpassed its bubble peak level in 21 of the nation’s 35 largest housing markets.

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Source: Inside Nova