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  • Best Places for Families to Live: 1. Minneapolis Area

    When a family considers a move, there are probably two factors that take precedence over all others: home price and school district, and not necessarily in that order. So prominent online residential…   Read the Blog

  • Best Places for Families to Live: 1. Minneapolis Area

    From Minneapolis to Seattle, find out where the school districts are best and the median home prices are most reasonable, based on a study by ZipRealty.   See the Gallery

  • Atlanta Homes For Sale, May 2014, Grant Park

    Located on the very edge of one of the city's most popular neighborhoods, this Grant Park bungalow is priced to move at $249K. The master bath has his and her vanities and a screened in porch that we…   See the Image

  • Most Affordable Housing Markets No. 10: Nashville

    This adorable two-bedroom, one-bath Nashville house is listed for $150,000, below the median home price of $187,000. With the average income at $64,000 per year, the median home goes for 2.9 times…   See the Image

  • Most Affordable Housing Market No. 9: Tucson

    In Tuscon, the median home is priced at $157,000, while the average annual salary is $56,300, so on average, a home in this area is only 2.8 times the average annual paycheck. This market comes…   See the Image

  • Most Affordable Housing Market No. 8: Houston

    In Houston, the median home is priced at $185,000, while the average annual salary is $66,000, so on average, a home in this area is only 2.8 times the average annual paycheck, the eighth lowest…   See the Image

  • Most Affordable Housing Market No. 7: Baltimore

    In Baltimore, the median home is priced at $229,000, while the average annual income is $83,500, so on average, a home in this area is 2.7 times the annual paycheck. This market comes in seventh…   See the Image

  • Most Affordable Housing Market No. 6: Raleigh, N.C.

    With the median home in Raleigh priced at $203,000 and the average annual salary coming in at $75,800, a home in Raleigh is on average only 2.7 times the average annual paycheck, the sixth lowest of…   See the Image

  • Most Affordable Housing Market No. 5: Dallas

    In Dallas, the median home is priced at $180,000, while the average annual salary is $67,900, so on average, a home in this area is only 2.7 times the average annual paycheck, the fifth lowest…   See the Image

  • Most Affordable Housing Market No. 4: Richmond

    In Richmond, Va., the median home is priced at $187,750, while the average annual salary is $72,900, so on average, a home in this area is only 2.6 times the average annual paycheck, and it…   See the Image