Youngstown’s latest inclusion on a list comes from the National Association of Realtors, which ranked the city as the cheapest major housing market.
The median home price is $55,000, nearly $10,000 less than the second-ranked market, Lansing, Mich. ($64,400).
Youngstown was one of four Ohio cities among the 10 most inexpensive. Toledo (third, $64,900), Akron (fifth, $74,900) and Dayton (seventh, $78,000) were also ranked as having some of the nation’s cheapest homes.
Read more in Thursday’s Vindicator and at Vindy.com.