Map shows the average home value for Fresno, Visalia, Madera CA


New data from Zillow shows the average home value for nearly every community in the Central San Joaquin Valley.

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Looking for a home in the Fresno area? This interactive map will tell you the average home value in almost every community between Chowchilla and Porterville.

Housing prices are down across much of California. However, as The Fresno Bee previously reported, Fresno and Tulare counties are still seeing month-over-month price increases, according to new data from the California Association of Realtors.

The map below, powered by data from national real estate company Zillow, shows the average home value in the Central San Joaquin Valley. Home values ​​are available for major communities in the area, including Clovis, Visalia, Tulare, Hanford, and Fresno.

The most expensive real estate in the area is in Merced County’s small community of El Nido. And the best deals seem to be in Cantua Creek, population 376.

The map is updated once a month as new data becomes available.

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Ryan Lillis covers housing, real estate and development for The Sacramento Bee. He has been a reporter at The Bee since 2006 and previously covered Crime, City Hall, Wildfires and the Central Valley, and was the Associate Editor. Originally from upstate New York, he graduated from the UC Berkeley School of Journalism.

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