In the market for a new house? Find out which cities have the most affordable prices.
These 10 cities have the most affordable home prices in the nation based on price, median income and mortgage rates, according to the National Association of Home Builders and Wells Fargo.
Median home price: $110,000 Median income: $71,300Affordability score: 90.2%
9. Akron, Ohio
Median home price: $96,000Median income: $66,500Affordability score: 90.6%
8. Syracuse, N.Y.
Median home price: $106,000Median income: $66,600Affordability score: 90.6%
7. Ogden, Utah
Median home price: $166,000 Median income: $71,500Affordability score: 91.1%
6. Buffalo, N.Y.
Median home price: $94,000Median income: $66,100Affordability score: 91.2%
5. Grand Rapids, Mich.
Median home price: $100,000 Median income: $60,300 Affordability score: 91.2%
4. Modesto, Calif.
Median home price: $127,000 Median income: $62,000Affordability score: 92.5%
3. Lakeland, Fla.
Median home price: $85,000Median income: $54,500Affordability score: 93.2%
2. Dayton, Ohio
Median home price: $81,000 Median income: $63,300 Affordability score: 93.7%
Median home price: $102,000Median income: $66,900Affordability score: 95.8%
To read more about the most affordable U.S. cities to buy a home, click here.
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