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Metro: New Orleans-Metairie-Kenner
What a Home Will Be Worth in 2012: $164,344
Q4 2008 price: $167,000
Projected price change by MSA: -1.6%
Projected price change by state: -0.6%
New Orleans's population has dropped and its tourism has suffered since 2005's Hurricane Katrina. But its job market has gotten a bit of a boost from the heavy investment in rebuilding the city. Home prices, which never rose dramatically during the boom, have remained relatively stable.