10 Big Bargain Housing Markets

July 25, 2012

Home prices are inching up in many areas, but in several metros housing bargains can still be found. The median asking price in June nationwide was $195,000, according to Realtor.com housing data. But of the 146 housing markets that Realtor.com tracks, the following 10 areas had the lowest median asking prices in June. 

  • Detroit

Median list price: $99,000

Year-over-year change: +10%

  • Fort Wayne, Ind.

Median list price: $109,000

Year-over-year change: -0.81%

  • Toledo, Ohio

Median list price: $109,900

Year-over-year change: -4.35%

  • South Bend, Ind.

Median list price: $109,900

Year-over-year change: -2.65%

  • Dayton-Springfield, Ohio

Median list price: $112,500

Year-over-year change: +2.36%

  • Las Vegas, Nev.-Ariz.

Median list price: $129,000

Year-over-year change: +7.76%

  • Ocala, Fla.

Median list price: $129,500

Year-over-year change: +3.68%

  • Springfield, Ill.

Median list price: $129,000

Year-over-year change: +1.17%

  • Lakeland-Winter Haven, Fla.

Median list price: $130,000

Year-over-year change: +1.64%

  • Akron, Ohio

Median list price: $134,000

Year-over-year change: +3.15%

 

By Melissa Dittmann Tracey, REALTOR® Magazine Daily News

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