# Property prices
Homes in Tampa Are Overvalued by 52.4% According to Recent Research From Florida Atlantic University
Last week, new data from the U.S. National Home Price NSA Index revealed that property in Tampa had increased in value by nearly 35% in the last year. On June 7, a new survey from Florida Atlantic University has highlighted that those same homes in Tampa may be overvalued by 52.4%.
Florida Leads the U.S. for Property Price Growth in the Last Year With an Average 34.8% Increase – But Can It Last?
The latest numbers are out, and it would seem that the average price of homes in Florida has topped the average of all other states. Data from the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller U.S. National Home Price NSA Index, which measures the variation in property prices year-on-year in 20 metropolitan areas across the United States was reported on May 31.
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Florida Sees Record Increases in Property Prices Over the Last Year – Good News for Homeowners, Bad for New Homebuyers
Miami and Tampa both exceed national average growth. Woman moving homePhoto by Zachary Kadolph on Unsplash. A report released on March 29 shows that property prices in Florida have grown at a rate that far exceeds the national average rate of growth in the last 12 months.