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What a Home Will Be Worth in 2012: N/A*
Q4 2008 price: N/A
Projected price change by MSA: +12.8%
Projected price change by state: +12.1%
Alaska's largest city, with more than 40% of the state's population, Anchorage has a relatively strong economy boosted by oil production, military bases, and tourism. The city, which has an international airport, skyscrapers, and major hospitals, is a base for many travelers visiting surrounding wilderness and scenic areas.
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