10 Most Affordable Housing Markets

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10 cities that offer relatively affordable housing prices.

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10 Most Affordable Housing Markets

  1. 10 Most Affordable Housing Markets
  2. United States Share of Affordable Homes: 69.3% Median Family Income: $64,400 Median Sales Price: $202,000
  3. 10. Lakeland-Winter Haven, Fla. Share of Affordable Homes: 87.5% Median Family Income: $51,000 Median Sales Price: $109,000
  4. 9. Cincinnati, Ohio Share of Affordable Homes: 87.6% Median Family Income: $68,700 Median Sales Price: $126,000
  5. 8. Grand Rapids, Mich. Share of Affordable Homes: 87.6% Median Family Income: $59,600 Median Sales Price: $120,000 Image: John Eisenschenk
  6. 7. Scranton, Pa. Share of Affordable Homes: 88.3% Median Family Income: $59,200 Median Sales Price: $106,000 Image: Dwayne LItzenberger
  7. 6. Syracuse, N.Y. Share of Affordable Homes: 89.0% Median Family Income: $65,800 Median Sales Price: $116,000
  8. 5. Buffalo, N.Y. Share of Affordable Homes: 90.7% Median Family Income: $63,500 Median Sales Price: $105,000
  9. 4. Youngstown, Ohio Share of Affordable Homes: 90.9% Median Family Income: $53,900 Median Sales Price: $75,000 Image: Ohio Office of Redevelopment
  10. 3. Harrisburg, Pa. Share of Affordable Homes: 91.4% Median Family Income: $70,800 Median Sales Price: $152,000 Image: David Amsler
  11. 2. Indianapolis, Ind. Share of Affordable Homes: 91.8% Median Family Income: $65,100 Median Sales Price: $116,000 Image: Prabhakar Koduri
  12. 1. Ogden-Clearfield, Utah Share of Affordable Homes: 92.8% Median Family Income: $70,800 Median Sales Price: $153,000
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