10 homes for sale in hot markets

See what you can get for the median home price in 10 cities where prices are still climbing.

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Syracuse, New York
Price: $129,900
Bedrooms: 3
Baths: 1 and 1/2
Square feet: 1,768

Description: This lovely colonial has been completely renovated and is packed with great features. A sun porch extends across the front of the home, and the finished attic on the third floor features an additional room with a closet. There's even a home office in the basement.

Details include crown moldings, a fireplace, ceramic and hardwood floors, marble counter tops, and a leaded window in the dining room.

This old, Erie Canal city is one of the economic and educational centers of western New York, home to Syracuse University, several branches of the State University system as well as Le Moyne College. Prices are projected to rise 2.6% over the next 12 months.

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Last updated December 23 2008: 8:05 PM ET
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