The 25 Cheapest Housing Markets In America


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A suburban neighborhood in the Midwest, home of some of the more affordable housing markets in the US.

You don't need to move to the middle of nowhere to find a cheap home.

Chances are, you'll probably recognize some of the cities and suburbs that made it onto Coldwell Banker's annual list of most affordable housing markets in the US, like Buffalo, New York, and Cleveland, Ohio.

Every year, the company puts together a Home Listing Report, which ranks the most expensive and most affordable places to live in the US.Advertisement

The company compared nearly 2,000 markets for the report, looking at the average listing prices of over 51,000 four-bedroom, two-bathroom homes. The national average listing price, they found, was $295,317.

Here are the 25 most affordable markets in the US.