According to a new Rebound Report by which is based on the site’s Local Market Index, a price performance summary on repeat sales of properties in the U.S. utilizing home pricing data from several sources.  The April Local Market Index found that single-family properties gained in all of the top 100 markets, improving from previous reporting periods.

The 14 markets that have made more than a 100 percent rebound are an increase from nine that topped their peak values in March. With the exception of Denver and Pittsburgh, the markets that have exceeded their peak values are in the South, Southwest or Midwest. All of the markets that have doubled their peak values are in Texas. Most of them experiences price increases during the boom lower than the national median, writes Real Estate Economy Watch.