- The 31 Mexican cities included in the report have seen home prices jump between 30% and 51%. The city with the biggest price jump is Mexico City, with a 51% increase, followed by Zapopan and Durango, at a tie with 43%;
- At the other end of the ranking, the smallest jump was recorded in Cancun, where home prices went up 30% compared to 5 years ago.
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