How much Atlanta’s median home values have increased

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Since metro Atlanta’s recovery began in earnest in 2012, prices are up—in some places way up. Here, how the median home value has changed from December 2011 to December 2015, according to Zillow*:

Avondale Estates
2011: $212,000
2015: $298,000

Brookhaven
2011: $819,000
2015: $1,200,000

Cabbagetown
2011: $168,000
2015: $258,000

Castleberry Hill
2011: $120,000
2015: $170,000

Chastain Park
2011: $721,000
2015: $944,000

College Park
2011: $67,600
2015: $101,000

Decatur
2011: $283,000
2015: $429,000

Downtown
2011: $108,000
2015: $167,000

Druid Hills
2011: $389,000
2015: $547,000

Dunwoody
2011: $298,000
2015: $388,000

East Atlanta
2011: $128,000
2015: $248,000

Edgewood
2011: $151,000
2015: $226,000

Home Park
2011: $180,000
2015: $280,000

Inman Park
2011: $281,000
2015: $428,000

Johns Creek
2011: $277,000
2015: $364,000

Kirkwood
2011: $180,000
2015: $294,000

Marietta
2011: $179,000
2015: $230,000

Midtown
2011: $161,000
2015: $240,000

Morningside/Lenox Park
2011: $460,000
2015: $695,000

Old Fourth Ward
2011: $117,000
2015: $190,000

Peachtree City
2011: $234,000
2015: $281,000

Poncey-Highland
2011: $154,000
2015: $259,000

Reynoldstown
2011: $141,000
2015: $248,000

Roswell
2011: $239,000
2015: $326,000

Sandy Springs
2011: $315,000
2015: $428,000

Smyrna
2011: $158,000
2015: $211,000

Tucker
2011: $139,000
2015: $180,000

Virginia-Highland
2011: $407,000
2015: $596,000

*Home value information and neighborhood/city boundaries are determined by Zillow.

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This article originally appeared in our March 2016 issue.

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