Home prices in Miami-Dade County rose 1.1 percent in March compared to the previous month and were up 7.1 percent compared to March 2014.
Those numbers come from a new report released Tuesday by the property analytics firm Corelogic.
Local home values have made up much of the ground lost during the recession. But they’re still well off their pre-recession peak. Statewide, the average home price is about 31 percent less than its value at the height of the real estate bubble.
Only Nevada has suffered a greater decline since the crash.
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