10 Most Affordable Housing Markets

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The Motley Fool takes a look at the 10 Most Affordable Housing Markets in the United States.

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  • I grew up in Syracuse, and left for North Carolina in 1997. The problem with being on this Affordable Housing list is that people who are still there along with some of the other Northern Cities is that their house have not raised in value for the last 20 years, and their taxes have gone up, and many Major Corporations with Union wage jobs have left.
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10 Most Affordable Housing Markets

  1. 10 Most Affordable Housing Markets
  2. United States Share of Affordable Homes: 64.5% Median Family Income: $64,400 Median Sales Price: $211,000
  3. 10. Cincinnati, Ohio Share of Affordable Homes: 84.2% Median Family Income: $68,700 Median Sales Price: $133,000
  4. 9. Toledo, Ohio Share of Affordable Homes: 84.5% Median Family Income: $57,100 Median Sales Price: $105,000 Image Source: Flickr/Nick Trippe
  5. 8. Wichita, Kansas Share of Affordable Homes: 84.9% Median Family Income: $63,200 Median Sales Price: $134,000 Image Source: Flickr/Andrea Allen
  6. 7. Scranton Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania Share of Affordable Homes: 85.1% Median Family Income: $59,200 Median Sales Price: $117,000 Image Source: Flickr/Dwayne LItzenberger
  7. 6. Lakeland-Winter Haven, Florida Share of Affordable Homes: 85.3% Median Family Income: $51,000 Median Sales Price: $110,000
  8. 5. Buffalo, New York Share of Affordable Homes: 85.9% Median Family Income: $63,500 Median Sales Price: $118,000
  9. 4. Harrisburg-Carlisle, Pennsylvania Share of Affordable Homes: 87.8% Median Family Income: $70,800 Median Sales Price: $146,000 Image Source: Flickr/Dwayne LItzenberger
  10. 3. Youngstown, Ohio Share of Affordable Homes: 89.3% Median Family Income: $53,900 Median Sales Price: $85,000 Image Source: Flickr/Ohio Office of Redevelopment
  11. 1. (tie) Syracuse, New York Share of Affordable Homes: 93.3% Median Family Income: $65,800 Median Sales Price: $92,000
  12. 1. (tie) Indianapolis, Indiana Share of Affordable Homes: 93.3% Median Family Income: $65,100 Median Sales Price: $93,000 Image Source: Flickr/Prabhakar Koduri
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