Which states have the best real estate prices in the nation?

Which states with the highest real estate price growth in 2016?

Iowa was the first state to see an increase in prices in 2016, followed by Hawaii and Minnesota.

In all, the most expensive states saw the most increases in real estate values in 2016.

In Iowa, which ranked third in the country, real estate value increased by $3.5 billion, according to the Bureau of Economic Analysis.

The biggest growth in realty prices was in Hawaii, which saw a 5.7 percent increase in its average value.

Iowa also had the highest growth in median home prices in 2017.

The median home price in Iowa was $1,837,965 in 2016 according to Realtor.com, which was up $4,839 over the year before.

Hawaii also had an increase of $1.2 million, with median home values increasing by $8,531.

The most expensive state for home prices is Texas, which had an average home price of $3,846,600 in 2016 as compared to $2,624,200 in 2017, according the Realtors.com database.

The state with the largest increase in median price in 2016 was Tennessee, which increased by 4.1 percent, to $4.5 million.

The second-most expensive state was Florida, which rose by $1 million, to a median home value of $4 million.

Ohio saw the second-largest increase in average home prices, which decreased by $431,500, to an average of $832,600.

The lowest average home value for 2016 was $425,000 in Alabama, which dropped by $133,400 to an $86,000 average.

Alabama also had a small increase in the median home purchase price of the year, which went from $9,700 to $9.4 million in 2016 and $16,400 in 2017 according to Zillow.com.

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