MyLife.com has created a chart comparing prices in 30 U.S. cities with the aim of seeing how prices have changed both before and after the crash in 2008. It accompanies this article and offers an interesting glance at the market's state of affairs both yesterday and today.
It won't surprise you that San Francisco is up in the pretty high stratosphere, second only to our old friend New York and followed by Washington, D.C., Honolulu and San Diego.
Bringing up the bottom are Jacksonville, Florida, Louisville, Kentucky and Atlanta.
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