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Homebuyers are leaving big cities for affordability—here's where they're going and how much they're saving

Homes are expensive. People are finding better deals in the suburbs. American Home Shield looked at data from Freddie Mac to see how much they save.  

15 major cities where homebuyers can have the upper hand

Homebuyers have an advantage in some cities. Rocket Homes used internal listing data to see where homes are selling below asking price.

Counties that attract the most out-of-state residents

Stacker examined Census Bureau data to see which counties attract the most out-of-state residents, as long-distance moves increase amid historically low migration.

Metros with the fewest homes for sale

To find out where the real estate market is the tightest, Stacker used Realtor.com data to find out which areas had the fewest homes for sale.

Cities with the most homes for sale

The housing crunch may be easing. Rocket Homes used listing data to see which cities have the most homes for sale per capita so far this year.  
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There are Many Options Today to Become a Homeowner

(NewsUSA) - Despite increased interest rates and inventory challenges, you can still be a homeowner this year.Many first-time homebuyers may not realize that there are many ways to make home …

The 2023 housing market in 5 charts

Housing is expensive in the U.S. Stacker's analysis of data from Redfin and the U.S. Census Bureau shows why prices will stay high this spring.

Metros where homes are selling for the most over asking price

Stacker analyzed data from Redfin to see which metros had the most homes sold over asking price across the United States in the month of February 2023.

Metros where homes are selling for the most under asking price

Stacker analyzed data from Redfin to see which metros had the most homes sold under asking price across the U.S. In the month of February 2023.

Best Midwest small towns to live in

Stacker determined which small towns in the Midwest are the best places to live using data from Niche's 2022 Best Places to Live.

Best West Coast small towns to live in

Looking for a small town on the West Coast? Stacker reviewed Niche's 2022 Best Places to Live and narrowed the results down for you.

Best East Coast small towns to live in

Stacker has compiled a list of the best small towns to live in on the East Coast based on Niche's 2022 Best Places to Live.  

The average U.S. home equity is $300K: How to protect your biggest investment

(BPT) - Your home is likely the biggest purchase you’ll make in your lifetime, and your most important investment. Current home prices remain strong, and this helps boost the average amount of …

Best Southern small towns to live in

Stacker used 2022 Niche data, and other sources, to rank Southern suburban and rural towns.  

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