Bloomberg Business set out to figure out what home prices would look like in 2012. They joined forces with Fiserv to weigh historical data against current trends and get a bead on which way the markets might jump at one-year increments. They then combined the data and were able to get a pretty good idea of what home prices would be in three years’ time. Here is a look at what your home will be worth in 2012, broken down by metro area.

 

California

Los Angeles-Long Beach-Glendale

2012: $253,328

Down from 2008 pricing of $350,000

 

Texas

Houston-Sugar Land-Baytown

2012: $160,471

Up from 2008 pricing of $160,000

 

New York

White Plains-New York-Wayne

2012: $343,937

Down from 2008 pricing of $440,000

 

Florida

Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater

2012: $119,348

Down from 2008 pricing of $166,000

 

Pennsylvania

Philadelphia

2012: $171,347

Down from 2008 pricing of $195,000

 

Georgia

Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Marietta

2012: $182,199

Up from 2008 pricing of $182,000

 

Illinois

Chicago-Naperville-Joliet

2012: $248,136

Up from 2008 pricing of $247,000

 

North Carolina

Charlotte-Gastonia-Concord

2012: $191,788

Up from 2008 pricing of $185,000

 

Michigan

Warren-Troy-Farmington Hills

2012: $157,469

Up from 2008 pricing of $149,000

 

Ohio

Cleveland-Elyria-Mentor

2012: $139,573

Up from 2008 pricing at $129,000