Tampa and Miami in June topped 18 other major metropolitan areas in growth in housing prices when compared to a year earlier, according to an analysis released Tuesday.

Here are year-over-year increases in the areas:

— Tampa: 35 percent

— Miami: 33 percent

— Dallas: 28.2 percent

— Phoenix: 26.6 percent

— Charlotte: 25.5 percent

— Las Vegas: 25.1 percent

— Atlanta: 24.8 percent

— San Diego: 21.6 percent

— Denver 19.3 percent

— Los Angeles: 19.3 percent

— Seattle: 19.2 percent

— San Francisco:  16.1 percent

— Boston: 14.9 percent

— Portland: 14.7 percent

— New York:  14.6 percent

— Detroit: 13.2 percent

— Chicago: 13.1 percent

— Cleveland:  12.8 percent

— Washington, D.C.:  10.8 percent

— Minneapolis:  10.4 percent

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