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By Audra Ibarra PA | Agent in Pembroke Pines, FL

Here's America's five best housing markets SUPER!!!!!!

No. 1 - Weston, FL
Percent change: 15.1
MSA: Miami-Fort Lauderdale, FL
Population: 65,333

The country's top-performing housing market since President Obama took office: Weston, a luxury community near the Everglades in the Fort Lauderdale area. The city has been home to such pro athletes as former White Sox player José Canseco and the Florida Marlins' Hanley Ramirez, according to real estate news site blockshopper.com. From April 2008 to April 2011, the population grew about 5 percent, estimates the University of Florida Bureau of Economics & Business Research. In 2006 Businessweek.com ranked Weston one of "The Best Affordable Suburbs" in the U.S. The median home value in the city was $280,000 in August, according to the Zillow Home Value Index, and as of Aug. 31, the median sale price was $335,000.


No. 2 - Arlington, MA
Percent change: 14.8
MSA: Boston
Population: 42,844

Settled in 1635 as Menotomy Village, an Algonquin word for rapids or swift water, and later named Arlington, the area has a rich history that includes part of Paul Revere's famous ride. The town has a high level of median income, great schools, and green parks. Home sales in this Boston suburb have increased for the last four years, according to Boston.com. The median home value in the city was $475,800 in August, according to the Zillow Home Value Index, and the median sale price was $468,200 as of July 31.

No. 3 - Brookline, MA
Percent change: +13.6
MSA: Boston
Population: 58,732

The affluent suburb of Brookline shares a border with Boston but has a unique feel, with upscale stores and cute restaurants. The town is mostly residential, with historic houses that hearken back to the Revolutionary War. It is also the site of the Country Club, the oldest country club in the U.S., which was founded in 1882. The median home value in the city was $506,900 in August, according to the Zillow Home Value Index, and the median sale price was $513,200 as of July 31.

No. 4 - Burke, VA
Percent change: +13.5
MSA: Washington, D.C.
Population: 41,055

A green area of parks, cul-de-sacs, and community centers with pools on the outskirts of the greater Washington, D.C., area, Burke is an affluent community within Fairfax County. The median home value in the city was $434,200 in August, according to the Zillow Home Value Index, and the median sale price as of Aug. 31 was $427,300.

No. 5 - Vienna, VA
Percent change: +12.8
MSA: Washington, D.C.
Population: 15,687

One of the gems of Fairfax County, Vienna is home to such attractions as the Meadowlark Botanical Gardens and the rolling greens of the private Westwood Country Club. According to the Zillow Home Value Index, the median home value in the city was $638,500 in August, and the median sale price was $ 645,400 as of Aug. 31.

AUDRA IBARRA B.

WEICHERT REALTORS
Realtor associate
954.655.0987
E-mail: audrarealtor1@gmail.com


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