10 Cities With the Highest-Priced Listings

Last month, the national median list price was
$199,500, down 0.25 percent for the year, according to
Realtor.com housing data of 146
markets
. But in San Francisco, the median
list price is more than three times that amount.

The following is a list of the cities that had the highest median
list prices in March, based on Realtor.com housing data.

1. San Francisco
Median
list price: $639,000

Down 8.45 percent for the
year

Median days on the market:
63

2. Santa Barbara-Santa Maria-Lompoc,
Calif.

Median list price:
$559,000

Down 19.57 percent
year-over-year

Median days on the market:
117

3. San Jose,
Calif.

Median list price:
$470,000

Down 5.05 percent
year-over-year

Median days on the market:
71

4. Orange County,
Calif.

Median list price:
$450,000

Down 5.05 percent
year-over-year

Median days on the market:
100

5. Honolulu
Median list price: $444,000
Down 1.11 percent year-over-year
Median days on the market: 112

6. Santa Fe, New Mexico
Median
list price: $435,000

Up 4.82 percent
year-over-year

Median days on the market:
288

7. Ventura,
Calif.

Median list price:
$420,000

Down 6.67 percent
year-over-year

Median days on the market: 93

8. New York
Median list price: $389,000
Down
2.51 percent year-over-year

Median days on the
market: 146

9. Naples,
Fla.

Median list price:
$389,000

Up 2.40 percent
year-over-year

Median days on the market:
225

10. Boulder-Longmont,
Colo.

Median list price:
$380,000

Up 2.73 percent
year-over-year

Median days on the market:
114

Source: REALTOR® Magazine online
(April 28, 2011)

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