5 Housing Markets That Are Still Scary

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5 Housing Markets That Are Still Scary

  1. 5 Housing Markets That Are Still Scary
  2. 5. Los Angeles, Calif. Average Price: $407,000 Current HOI: 28.3% Minimum to Current: 26.5% Average Income: $61,900 Minimum to Maximum:47.7%
  3. 4. New York, N.Y. Average Price: $435,000 Current HOI: 29.8% Minimum to Current: 24.7% Average Income: $66,000 Minimum to Maximum: 26.4% Image:Erik Daniel Drost
  4. 3. San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara, Calif. Average Price: $640,000 Current HOI: 32.2% Minimum to Current: 20.0% Average Income: $101,300 Minimum to Maximum: 49.3% Image: the_tahoe_guy
  5. 2. Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk, Conn. Average Price: $400,000 Current HOI: 43.8% Minimum to Current: 18.8% Average Income: $87,900 Minimum to Maximum: 39.8%
  6. 1. San Francisco, Calif. Average Price: $781,000 Current HOI: 19.3% Minimum to Current: 13.6% Average Income: $101,200 Minimum to Maximum: 34.2%
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