10 most affordable housing markets
CityLab recently did the math on affordable housing, ranking cities in the U.S. based on the average housing costs there.
The following cities are listed based on the percentage of housing that someone with an average income can afford. Because these averages vary from state to state, CityLab adjusted its averages accordingly.
"In most U.S. markets, the majority of homes for sale are within reach of the middle class, and buying is cheaper than renting in all of the 100 largest metros," CityLab wrote.Did your city make the list?
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