Biggest gainers and losers
These are the 100 largest markets according to the 2000 Census. Growth forecast is for April 2007 April 2008 from Fiserv Lending Solutions. Click on column headings to re-rank.
McAllen, Texas $130,000 25 26.5 -12.3 88-'89 9.8%
Tulsa $135,000 14 17.6 -7.5 86-'87 4.3%
El Paso $130,000 19 48.2 -5.4 87-'88 4.2%
Scranton $118,000 13 41.2 -7.2 94-'95 3.9%
Rochester, N.Y. $122,000 11 22.3 -4.1 94-'95 3.7%
Buffalo/Niagra Falls $106,000 11 28.6 -5.2 81-'82 3.7%
Fort Worth/Arlington $150,000 14 18.4 -6.9 87-'88 3.6%
Baton Rouge $178,000 19 34.2 -8.3 87-'88 3.6%
Dallas $151,000 13 17.8 -7.7 86-'87 3.6%
Birmingham $165,000 17 31.7 -3.2 80-'81 3.6%
San Antonio $146,000 16 34.7 -15.8 81-'82 3.3%
Houston $153,000 15 25.2 -9.6 84-'85 3.2%
Syracuse $124,000 12 39.1 -7.5 94-'95 3.2%
Indianapolis $122,000 11 15.9 -6.6 81-'82 3.1%
Youngstown, Ohio $86,000 10 14 -1.0 98-'99 3.1%
Wichita $128,000 12 18 -4.9 86-'87 3.1%
Little Rock $129,000 15 28.1 -3.8 87-'88 3.1%
Oklahoma City $127,000 14 30.2 -15.7 87-'88 3.1%
Grand Rapids $137,000 13 17.3 -11.2 81-'82 2.9%
Hartford $256,000 19 48.2 -8.2 89-'90 2.8%
Cleveland $144,000 14 13.5 -1.3 81-'82 2.7%
Omaha $140,000 12 21.5 -7.6 80-'81 2.7%
Pittsburgh $139,000 14 21.9 -8.5 80-'81 2.7%
Memphis $133,000 14 14.3 -1.4 89-'90 2.7%
New Orleans $175,000 20 50.5 -7.1 87-'88 2.6%
Akron $137,000 13 13.1 -3.2 81-'82 2.6%
Columbia, S.C. $140,000 14 25.8 -7.9 80-'81 2.5%
Austin $176,000 15 20.3 -20.1 88-'89 2.5%
Toledo $124,000 12 12.9 -14.6 82-'83 2.4%
Cincinnati $168,000 15 18.4 -2.7 80-'81 2.4%
Chicago $281,000 23 46.7 -1.0 81-'82 2.2%
Albany, N.Y. $198,000 17 70.8 -7.1 94-'95 2.1%
Raleigh/Cary, N.C. $214,000 17 21.4 -8.7 81-'82 2.1%
Dayton $128,000 13 15.2 -8.8 81-'82 2.1%
Columbus $165,000 15 18.2 -3.2 81-'82 2%
Louisville $143,000 14 23 -3.4 80-'81 2%
Atlanta $195,000 17 22 -1.7 89-'90 2%
St. Louis $154,000 14 37.3 -8.1 80-'81 2%
Gary, Ind. $135,000 13 26 -6.3 81-'82 2%
Greensboro, N.C. $152,000 16 18.4 -0.5 81-'82 1.8%
Charlotte, N.C. $198,000 18 22.7 -2.9 82-'83 1.8%
Kansas City $158,000 14 25 -4.8 82-'83 1.8%
Knoxville $137,000 15 38.3 -0.1 84-'85 1.7%
Salt Lake City $216,000 21 45 -6.0 87-'88 1.7%
Nashville $159,000 15 34.8 -2.6 89-'90 1.7%
Cambridge, Mass. $431,000 28 27.1 -7.7 89-'90 1.3%
Farmington Hills, Mich. $177,000 13 9.5 -13.2 81-'82 1.2%
Lake County, Ill. $275,000 19 38 -8.4 81-'82 1.1%
Tacoma, Wash. $273,000 26 64.5 -3.6 81-'82 0.8%
Minneapolis/St. Paul $240,000 18 38.9 -1.6 82-'83 0.7%
San Francisco $837,000 54 56.8 -8.8 90-'91 0.7%
Seattle $399,000 31 62.8 -7.8 81-'82 0.6%
Honolulu $635,000 52 105.9 -51.9 80-'81 0.6%
Albuquerque $165,000 18 46.4% -1.2 1998-1999 0.6%
Wilmington, Del. $244,000 19 69.7 -8.3 90-'91 0.2%
Milwaukee $219,000 19 41.7 -8.2 81-'82 0.2%
Springfield, Mass. $205,000 19 55.5 -5.9 93-'94 0.1%
Richmond $231,000 20 64.8 -1.4 81-'82 0.1%
New Haven $264,000 21 60.2 -7.4 90-'91 -0.1%
Stamford, Conn. $545,000 33 53.1 -8.7 89-'90 -0.2%
Detroit $118,000 12 12.5 -17.8 81-'82 -0.2%
Camden, N.J. $239,000 18 81.9 -8.2 81-'82 -0.3%
Worcester, Mass. $268,000 22 38.2 -9.5 89-'90 -0.4%
Boston $379,000 28 41.2 -8.2 89-'90 -0.4%
Philadelphia $222,000 19 71.8 -3.8 94-'95 -0.6%
Allentown, Pa. $270,000 24 69.1 -12.2 81-'82 -0.7%
Sacramento $408,000 36 93.9 -6.4 92-'93 -0.9%
Portland, Ore. $293,000 26 67.4 -16.6 80-'81 -1.1%
Essex County, Mass. $372,000 28 33.8 -9.2 90-'91 -1.2%
San Jose $740,000 45 54.1 -11.6 00-'01 -1.2%
San Diego $574,000 52 93.7 -6.8 92-'93 -1.3%
Baltimore $275,000 22 95.3 -4.1 81-'82 -1.9%
Ventura County, Calif. $647,000 48 110.4 -10.7 90-'91 -2%
Denver $268,000 22 12.6 -2.3 87-'88 -2.2%
Newark $397,000 27 71.5 -7.4 89-'90 -2.4%
West Palm Beach, Fla. $340,000 31 118.7 -4.9 90-'91 -2.5%
Oakland $630,000 44 70.4 -5.7 90-'91 -2.5%
Providence $287,000 26 74.7 -7.7 80-'81 -2.6%
Sarasota $278,000 28 103.3 -2.6 81-'82 -3%
Edison, N.J. $362,000 24 76.3 -7.3 89-'90 -3.2%
Jacksonville $224,000 22 80.8 -0.8 83-'84 -3.3%
Virginia Beach $244,000 24 99.1 -0.6 94-'95 -3.4%
New York City $482,000 48 82.1 -6.4 89-'90 -3.9%
Washington, D.C. $421,000 28 96.2 -5.1 90-'91 -3.9%
Tampa $227,000 24 100.5 -1.7 90-'91 -4.2%
Fresno $311,000 39 149.7 -9.7 82-'83 -4.2%
Orlando $269,000 27 107.1 -1.4 91-'92 -4.4%
Riverside, Calif. $407,000 41 147.9 -9.2 93-'94 -4.4%
Poughkeepsie, N.Y. $288,000 23 82.9 -19.0 82-'83 -4.5%
Bethesda, Md. $465,000 28 99.5 -3.8 81-'82 -4.6%
Tucson $237,000 26 84.6 -1.7 81-'82 -4.6%
Santa Ana, Calif. $713,000 53 116.9 -8.8 92-'93 -4.9%
Los Angeles $547,000 57 138.5 -11.9 92-'93 -5%
Bakersfield, Calif. $287,000 35 168.1 -5.4 94-'95 -5.4%
Stockton, Calif. $450,000 46 99.1 -5.2 94-'95 -5.4%
Fort Lauderdale $325,000 31 128.4 -3.1 92-'93 -5.5%
Phoenix $271,000 26 103.8 -6.0 81-'82 -5.5%
Nassau/Suffolk, N.Y. $483,000 31 76.3 -6.6 89-'90 -6%
Miami $335,000 41 149.3 -4.3 81-'82 -8.8%
Las Vegas $325,000 33 110.8 -17.0 82-'83 -8.9%