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46. Housing STILL very reasonable in these cities:
Below are Median house prices
Source: US News & World report

Danville, IL --- 58,900
Odessa, TX ------ 65,600
S. Bend, IN ----- 88,200
Boardman, OH ---- 83,500
Wichita Falls, TX 80,500
Abilene, TX ----- 73,700
Buffalo. NY ----- 98,300
Decatur, IL ----- 87,400
Pine Bluff, AR -- 74,800
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  -Housing Bubble Update: 8/3/06 unlawflcombatnt  Aug-03-06 06:18 PM   #0 
  - the mortgage industry is laying off people  joneschick   Aug-03-06 06:21 PM   #1 
  - I've heard about this  unlawflcombatnt   Aug-03-06 07:16 PM   #9 
  - Homebuilders, too.  elehhhhna   Aug-04-06 09:56 AM   #33 
  - I'm happy the bubble is bursting  inthebrain   Aug-03-06 06:23 PM   #2 
  - Most of the people in South Florida are, too.  TroubleMan   Aug-03-06 09:05 PM   #13 
  - 50-60% of income spent on Housing  unlawflcombatnt   Aug-04-06 02:39 PM   #39 
  - I'm with you on this. The prices have been totally ridiculous and  NVMojo   Aug-06-06 04:01 PM   #50 
  - Aint capitalism great!!!!  inthebrain   Aug-07-06 10:50 PM   #66 
  - Yep, I'm in the market for house hunting and hope I can nab  LynneSin   Aug-07-06 12:22 AM   #59 
     - Intersting that the political structure has ignored this  inthebrain   Aug-08-06 01:42 PM   #67 
  - Are there areas that are immune to these stats?  niallmac   Aug-03-06 06:23 PM   #3 
  - You will be the new Seattle  Juniperx   Aug-03-06 06:33 PM   #5 
  - I have visited Seattle before and after the Calif. migration.  niallmac   Aug-03-06 10:29 PM   #22 
  - Boise Housing Prices (Asking Prices)  unlawflcombatnt   Aug-03-06 07:52 PM   #11 
  - Ah Ha! Exactomento just what I needed. Thanks!  niallmac   Aug-03-06 10:19 PM   #21 
  - It's multifaceted. It's not one bubble. And yes.  Gregorian   Aug-03-06 09:48 PM   #18 
  - N.Calif coastline sounds none too shabby.  niallmac   Aug-03-06 10:17 PM   #20 
  - When will people make the conncetion between massive tax breaks  elehhhhna   Aug-04-06 10:01 AM   #34 
  - And there is also another few reasons.  Gregorian   Aug-04-06 11:00 AM   #37 
  - More & more it is beauty for the rich.  CrispyQGirl   Aug-07-06 04:58 PM   #63 
  - good point, Elehhhhna!!!  NVMojo   Aug-06-06 04:06 PM   #52 
  - Exactly -- Capital in Excess of Investment Opportunities  unlawflcombatnt   Aug-06-06 10:14 PM   #56 
  - Must be some hefty life savings.....3,000 acres on the coast. n/t  LeahD   Aug-07-06 12:17 AM   #58 
  - Reno and Carson City are also out of control, along with Las Wages  NVMojo   Aug-06-06 04:04 PM   #51 
  - Think about it  Juniperx   Aug-03-06 06:29 PM   #4 
  - Bingo.  skids   Aug-03-06 06:44 PM   #7 
  - Yep... you took my thought to the next level! Perfect  Juniperx   Aug-03-06 07:23 PM   #10 
  - And don't forget the bankruptcy bull that Harry Reid and other Dems  NVMojo   Aug-06-06 04:08 PM   #53 
  - And so they will stay in their homes. No sale, no loss.  elehhhhna   Aug-04-06 10:01 AM   #35 
  - Those with ARM's can't afford to stay in homes in some cases  fuzzyball   Aug-06-06 05:07 AM   #47 
  - They could file for bankruptcy.  krkaufman   Aug-06-06 02:10 AM   #44 
  - Excellent Work (K&R) An addendum...  skids   Aug-03-06 06:37 PM   #6 
  - Exactly  unlawflcombatnt   Aug-03-06 06:51 PM   #8 
     - Many sellers in the Wash. DC area are still hallucinating  spooky3   Aug-03-06 09:48 PM   #17 
     - About time there was an adjustment for those of us who cant afford to buy  Cant_wait_for_2008   Aug-03-06 10:54 PM   #24 
     - Definitely. I think the condo market will be the most  spooky3   Aug-04-06 08:15 AM   #32 
     - There's always an idiot selling his house: We had a neighbor  elehhhhna   Aug-04-06 10:11 AM   #36 
        - hey, that is a description of a $750000 house if it is in good shape  spooky3   Aug-04-06 04:58 PM   #41 
           - I sold my home in N Arlington in 1997 for $280K  Digit   Aug-07-06 08:41 PM   #64 
     - Inflation is different from dollar-value though :-)  info being   Aug-04-06 05:06 AM   #29 
  - down the road from us, in Sacramento  kineneb   Aug-03-06 08:04 PM   #12 
  - California Delinquency Notices Up over 60% in last year  unlawflcombatnt   Aug-04-06 01:51 AM   #28 
  - Shouldn't this data be sorted into two groups?  eridani   Aug-03-06 09:09 PM   #14 
  - Hot & Cold Markets  unlawflcombatnt   Aug-04-06 01:27 AM   #27 
  - I felt it  TOJ   Aug-03-06 09:29 PM   #15 
  - Supply and Demand  Rockholm   Aug-03-06 09:37 PM   #16 
  - Housing Increasing Faster than Buyers & Families  unlawflcombatnt   Aug-04-06 03:02 PM   #40 
  - K&N! Bookmarked for later tonight after Malloy  redacted   Aug-03-06 10:05 PM   #19 
  - I got out of Phoenix just in time and did everything "right" to get a  AZDemDist6   Aug-03-06 10:35 PM   #23 
  - Housing cycles last a long time. The recent boom lasted  tom22   Aug-03-06 11:02 PM   #25 
  - The best housing bubble blog...  girl gone mad   Aug-04-06 12:02 AM   #26 
  - Thanks girl gone mad.  midnight   Aug-04-06 07:07 AM   #30 
  - that was great and the other linked blog to the Mortgage guy was good too  AZDemDist6   Aug-04-06 07:59 AM   #31 
  - More Housing Links  unlawflcombatnt   Aug-05-06 02:14 PM   #42 
     - Caveat about previous link  unlawflcombatnt   Aug-05-06 05:02 PM   #43 
  - Some Slowing Is Very Good  JPZenger   Aug-04-06 11:15 AM   #38 
  - Thanks for this thread. I will be bookmarking it.  Nikki Stone 1   Aug-06-06 03:31 AM   #45 
  - Housing STILL very reasonable in these cities:  fuzzyball   Aug-06-06 04:58 AM   #46 
  - This goes way beyond the housing market, du'ers.  cliss   Aug-06-06 01:40 PM   #48 
  - good observations  kineneb   Aug-06-06 03:42 PM   #49 
  - add no bankruptcy to that, the kind people can walk away from their debts  NVMojo   Aug-06-06 04:16 PM   #54 
     - Hey those people took the risk of high loan amounts and they may  fuzzyball   Aug-07-06 12:02 AM   #57 
  - Black Clouds  unlawflcombatnt   Aug-06-06 10:07 PM   #55 
  - Interest only mortgages insulate banks from downside  1932   Aug-07-06 09:07 AM   #60 
     - Declining Consumer Purchasing Power  unlawflcombatnt   Aug-07-06 04:44 PM   #62 
  - Can I just say...One More Time....(sigh)  MrsGrumpy   Aug-07-06 09:24 AM   #61 
     - Is this post tounge in cheek or  Wiley50   Aug-07-06 10:46 PM   #65 
        - No it is not tongue in cheek. I've worked in the biz long enough to  MrsGrumpy   Aug-08-06 02:08 PM   #68 
           - ??  unlawflcombatnt   Aug-11-06 05:20 PM   #69 
 

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