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NeighborhoodScout’s ®
Top 100 Highest Appreciating Cities in the U.S. in the latest quarter Help

(Population 25,000 or more)

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rank city
100 Ridgecrest, CA
99 Scottsdale, AZ
98 Titusville, FL
97 Calexico, CA
96 Melbourne, FL
95 Manteca, CA
94 Lake Havasu City, AZ
93 San Gabriel, CA
92 Menifee, CA
91 Victorville, CA
90 Wildomar, CA
89 Lake Elsinore, CA
88 Manhattan Beach, CA
87 South Pasadena, CA
86 Temple City, CA
85 Salinas, CA
84 San Jacinto, CA
83 Kahului, HI
82 West Sacramento, CA
81 North Las Vegas, NV
80 DeLand, FL
79 Hesperia, CA
78 Desert Hot Springs, CA
77 Napa, CA
76 Moreno Valley, CA
75 Merritt Island, FL
74 Perris, CA
73 Cathedral City, CA
72 El Centro, CA
71 Beverly Hills, CA
70 North Lauderdale, FL
69 Santa Barbara, CA
68 Rialto, CA
67 Highland, CA
66 Murrieta, CA
65 Las Vegas, NV
64 Brawley, CA
63 Suisun City, CA
62 San Bernardino, CA
61 Bend, OR
60 Vallejo, CA
59 Colton, CA
58 Davis, CA
57 Deerfield Beach, FL
56 Fontana, CA
55 Banning, CA
54 Lodi, CA
53 Apple Valley, CA
52 Dalton, GA
51 Henderson, NV
50 Temecula, CA
49 Hanford, CA
48 Hemet, CA
47 Riverside, CA
46 Tamarac, FL
45 Seaside, CA
44 Dania Beach, FL
43 Margate, FL
42 Corona, CA
41 Fairfield, CA
40 Oakland Park, FL
39 Ontario, CA
38 Coconut Creek, FL
37 Sunrise, FL
36 La Quinta, CA
35 Vacaville, CA
34 Lauderhill, FL
33 Lauderdale Lakes, FL
32 Miramar, FL
31 Battle Creek, MI
30 Norco, CA
29 Coral Springs, FL
28 Indio, CA
27 Chino, CA
26 Montclair, CA
25 Weston, FL
24 Pompano Beach, FL
23 Monterey, CA
22 Yucaipa, CA
21 Palm Desert, CA
20 Pembroke Pines, FL
19 Benicia, CA
18 Palm Springs, CA
17 Redlands, CA
16 Hollywood, FL
15 Beaumont, CA
14 Rancho Cucamonga, CA
13 Fort Lauderdale, FL
12 Plantation, FL
11 Cooper City, FL
10 Chino Hills, CA
9 Upland, CA
8 Davie, FL
7 Twentynine Palms, CA
6 Ceres, CA
5 Hallandale Beach, FL
4 Modesto, CA
3 Turlock, CA
2 Madera, CA
1 Hinesville, GA
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