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Have Boston home prices recovered since the Great Recession?

Over half of homes have recovered

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In their latest report, Trulia has evaluated the nation’s 100 largest Metro areas and determined which have recovered the most since the Great Recession. With data spanning from December 1, 2009 to March 1, 2017, Trulia reported that 59.3 percent of homes in Boston have recovered to pre-recession values, from $389,562 to $431,686.

The Metro area with the least amount of recovery is Las Vegas with less than 3 percent of homes recovered. Denver, Colorado, has recovered the most with 99 percent of homes.

Housing markets still struggling to recovery include Tucson, Arizona, with 2.4 percent of homes recovered, Fresno, California, with 2.5 percent of homes recovered, and Camden, New Jersey, with 2.7 percent of homes recovered.

Other housing markets that have recovered the most include San Francisco, California (98 percent), Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (94.3 percent), and Nashville, Tennessee (94.1 percent).

The Housing Recovery That Wasn’t [Trulia]