American homeowners can take pride in these prices.

At the nadir of the housing market in 2012, homebuyers had to pay an average premium of almost 29%, or $ 209 per square foot, to live in communities with a higher share of gay, lesbian and bisexual residents. This year, homebuyers will need to pay a premium of nearly 37%, or $ 320 per square foot, to live in these same neighborhoods, according to a study released Thursday by real-estate website Trulia and online dating site OKCupid


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