Phoenix is the #10 Market for First-Time Home Buyers
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Pittsburgh is the nation’s top market for first-time home buyers, according to a report Realtor.com released Thursday. The median listing price in Pittsburgh was $135,000, unchanged from a year ago.
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Realtor.com, based in San Jose, Calif. is the oﬃcial website of the National Association of Realtors. It analyzed five key factors in 146 markets to determine the 10 best regions in the U.S. for new buyers — market popularity, prices, inventory, time on market and employment.
Here’s the top 10:
1. Pittsburgh - Median listing price: $135,000
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2. Tampa/St. Petersburg/Clearwater, Fla. - Median listing price: $169,900 3. Philadelphia (N.J.) - Median listing price: $174,900 4. Fort Worth/Arlington, Tex. Median listing price: $175,000 5. Orlando, Fla. - Median listing price: $191,900 6. Jacksonville, Fla. - Median listing price: $198,000 7. Philadelphia (Pa.) - Median listing price: $219,000 8. Dallas - Median listing price: $224,900 9. Raleigh/Durham/Chapel Hill, N.C. - Median listing price: $227,500 10. Phoenix/Mesa, Ariz. - Median listing price: $244,900
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