Forbes in conjunction with Realtor.com created a list which sorted through the housing and jobs data for 146 Metropolitan Areas includeing cities and their neighboring suburbs across the U.S. Included in their data that they analyzed was listing price, sales data, and inventory trends such as the amount of homes available in each market and the number of days on the market. The list consists Tuuscon AZ, Austin TX, Kansas City MO, Baltimore MD, Fort Worth TX, Salt Lake City UT, San Jose CA, Raleigh NC, Milaukee WI, and St. Louis MO.
Fort Worth, Texas comes in at #5. There are approximately 8,242 homes for sale which is slightly down from last year. The median home price is $160,000 up 8% and with an avarage of 79 days on the market. The unemployment rate is at 7.1%. Now is the time get out and buy some Fort Worth real estate.
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