To compile this list, Forbes teamed up with Local Market Monitor and dug down into data for more than 300 U.S. metro areas. For the projections, LMM took into account local economic indicators such as job growth, unemployment rates and population growth to help determine the rate of buyer interest versus inventory level — a supply-demand relationship that contributes to price movement.
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