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Mass. single-family median sale prices

Mass. single-family median sale prices

Change from 2005 market peak (Jan.-June 2005 to Jan.-June 2013)

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Fastest Appreciation

20052013Change
Downtown Boston$1,480,000$2,300,00055.4%
Charlestown$547,500$780,00042.5%
Northfield$170,500$225,00032.0%
Huntington$163,900$212,50029.7%
North Adams$100,750$129,00028.0%
Bernardston$189,000$239,50026.7%
Lenox$274,300$345,00025.8%
Concord$679,500$843,25024.1%
Lanesborough$132,450$163,00023.1%
Provincetown$635,000$781,00023.0%

Slowest Recoveries

20052013Change
Worthington$324,700$159,000-51.0%
Chester$154,000$79,000-48.7%
Plympton$515,000$268,000-48.0%
Princeton$500,250$290,000-42.0%
Warwick$246,750$143,750-41.7%
Athol$178,250$104,500-41.4%
Sunderland$365,000$218,500-40.1%
Essex$550,000$329,500-40.1%
Millville$349,500$212,075-39.3%
Ashburnham$266,275$163,000-38.8%

SOURCE: Warren Group

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