Welcome to the club, Miami. The South Florida city has joined four traditional valuable housing metros in the category of top five most valuable, moving up from ninth place, according to a report from Zillow. Miami, land of beaches, cruise ships, Art Deco architecture and design and lively music and food scenes, gained housing value of 86.6%.

Miami jumped from its former ninth place in May 2020, during the pandemic, to beat out Washington, D.C., to claim its berth in the top five nationally. The four other cities with which it shares this top star billing have enjoyed the limelight for the last five years. They include New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Boston.

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