WASHINGTON, Feb. 2, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — The New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles have had two weeks to rest, strategize and get pumped up for Sunday’s big game in Minneapolis. Here’s a look at how home prices have moved from the last time – in February 2005 – these two teams played each other in the championship game: 


New England

            2005:   $193,800

2005:   $407,200

            2018:   $238,900

2018:   $464,100

            % price increase: ↑23.2%

% price increase: ↑14.0%

Football Infographic

When it comes to home price increases, Philadelphia is the champion, but can they bring home the title on Sunday?

*New England’s data on home prices is from the metropolitan statistical area (MSA) of BostonCambridgeNewton, MA-NH. Price data is from the third quarter of 2004 and 2017.

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