The 13 hottest real estate markets in America

The real estate bubble that burst in 2006 took six additional years to entirely deflate, with home prices hitting rock bottom in 2012. But by 2014, home prices, on average, have returned to their pre-bubble norms.

And with the economy growing only modestly, and average incomes growing slowly, there isn’t a lot of reason to expect that home price appreciation will do much more than keep up with inflation in coming years.

But that’s on a national level, and local markets behave much differently. In fact, there are several markets in America where analysts argue that–when compared to historical trends, incomes, and rents–current prices look overvalued.

Austin, Texas

The 13 hottest real estate markets in America

Riverside-San Bernardino, California

The 13 hottest real estate markets in America

Los Angeles, California

The 13 hottest real estate markets in America

San Francisco, California

The 13 hottest real estate markets in America

Orange County, California

The 13 hottest real estate markets in America

Miami, Florida

The 13 hottest real estate markets in America

San Jose, California

The 13 hottest real estate markets in America

Oakland, California

The 13 hottest real estate markets in America

West Palm Beach, Florida

The 13 hottest real estate markets in America

Houston, Texas

The 13 hottest real estate markets in America

Honolulu, Hawaii

The 13 hottest real estate markets in America

Denver, Colorado

The 13 hottest real estate markets in America

Portland, Oregon

The 13 hottest real estate markets in America

The 13 hottest real estate markets in America.

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