Depending upon where one lives, staying put in the same house for the last two decades has paid off well. Nationally, the median home value is now +90%higher than it was in 1999, or $226,800 compared with $119,00, according to GoBankingRates.

Obviously, some spots have higher home values than others. Take a look:

Place               1999 Median             2019 Median    20-Year %

Value                          Value                 Change

Miami  Beach      $315,700                    $1,624,500        +414.6%

Washington DC    $139,400                    $702,400           +403.9%

Somerville MA      $197,000                    $901,400           +357.3%

Santa Monica        $608,900                   $2,633,600          +332.5%

Mountain View      $516,300                    $2,224,300        +330.8%

Oakland                $179,700                    $769,200           +328%

Hoboken NJ           $417,400                    $1,746,300        +318.4%

Sunnyvale              $455,400                    $1,886,500        +314.3%

Santa Clara            $344,400                    $1,396,100        +305.4%

Fremont                $295,800                    $1,176,500        +297.7%

And, some spots are places where home values have dropped during the last 20 years.

Flint MI                   $45,300                      $19,300             -57%

Dayton OH               $59,500                      $53,100             -10%