How much have prices risen?
The median home price has risen 55 percent since 2000, the biggest jump since World War II. On the West Coast, in Florida, and along the corridor from Washington, D.C., to Boston, the gains have been astronomical. The average price of a Manhattan co-op apartment has zoomed past $1 million
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