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List of Top 10 Best U.S. Cities where People planning to buy new homes

In the midst of the real estate and financial crisis, there are many U.S. Cities where People planning to buy new homes, here is the list of Top 10 Best U.S. Cities where People planning to buy new homes:

10. Orlando-Kissimmee-Sanford, Florida
Median home price: $142,000
Home value decline from peak: -53.4%
Unemployment: 10.2%
Forecast change in home price through 2Q 2012: -11.4%

9. Las Vegas-Paradise, Nevada
Median home price: $135,000
Home value decline from peak: -59.2% (8th biggest decline)
Unemployment: 13.6% (13th highest)
Forecast change in home price through 2Q 2012: -15.9% (2nd biggest decline)

8. Oxnard-Thousand Oaks-Ventura, California
Median home price: $400,000 (9th highest)
Home value decline from peak: -39.9%
Unemployment: 10.1%
Forecast change in home price through 2Q 2012: -6%

7. Fort Worth-Arlington, Texas
Median home price: n/a
Home value decline from peak: -5.9%
Unemployment: 8.3%
Forecast change in home price through 2Q 2012: +2.7%

6. West Palm Beach-Boca Raton, Florida
Median home price: $205,000
Home value decline from peak: -50.2%
Unemployment: 11.1%
Forecast change in home price through 2Q 2012: -9.6% (19th biggest decline)

5. Cape Coral-Fort Myers, Florida
Median home price: $106,000
Home value decline from peak: -59.3% (7th biggest drop)
Unemployment: 11.2%
Forecast change in home price through 2Q 2012: -12.2% (6th biggest decrease)

4. Fort Lauderdale-Pompano Beach, Florida
Median home price: $199,000
Home value decline from peak: -48.4%
Unemployment: 10.6%
Forecast change in home price through 2Q 2012: -9.2%

3. Charleston-North Charleston, South Carolina
Median home price: $200,000
Home value decline from peak: -23.3%
Unemployment: 9%
Forecast change in home price through 2Q 2012: -1.6%

2. Riverside-San Bernardino-Ontario, California
Median home price: $180,000
Home value decline from peak: -55.4% (14th biggest decline)
Unemployment: 13.4% (15th highest)
Forecast change in home price through 2Q 2012: -14.8% (3rd biggest decline)

1. North Port-Bradenton-Sarasota, Florida
Median home price: $170,000
Home value decline from peak: -51.4%
Unemployment: 11%
Forecast change in Home price through 2Q 2012: -6.5%


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