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10 Cool Homes in 10 Hot (and Affordable) Cities

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10 Cool Homes in 10 Hot (and Affordable) Cities

Looking for a cool place to live that won’t break the bank? Well, have we got a list of possibilities for you.

We used realtor.com® data to seek out 10 cities with median home prices below the national average of $214,900. And, in addition to being affordable, these cities also boast the fewest median days on the market—making them pretty popular destinations this fall.

For each city on our list, we picked a house for sale priced within $20,000 of the metro’s median. The results are 10 cool homes well above average in terms of curb appeal.

If any of the budget-friendly properties we featured appeals to your wallet, just click on the image to learn more. If you’d like to explore more of what these affordable cities have to offer, simply click the city name.

1. Omaha, NE, median home price $160,000 — 15420 Farnam Cir, $155,000

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2. Melbourne, FL, median home price $179,900 — 825 Hunters Creek Dr, $179,900

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3. Detroit, MI, median home price $149,900 — 16770 Huntington Rd, $149,900

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4. Fort Worth, TX, median home price $198,000 — 7940 Meadow Spring Ln, $179,900

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5. Las Vegas, NV, median home price $214,750 — 6652 Joe Michael Way, $199,900

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6. Bakersfield, CA, median home price $205,000 — 330 E St, $193,000

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7. Tucson, AZ, median home price $209,000 — 778 W Annandale Way, $198,000

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8. Wichita, KS, median home price $139,900 — 1430 N Woodland St, $139,900

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9. Oklahoma City, OK, median home price $174,900 — 912 NE 20th St, $160,000

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10. Atlanta, GA, median home price $201,289 — 1311 Lochland Rd SE, $200,000

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