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Linda's Wisdom Wednesdays----A Bargain to Buy

  Share Home prices may be rising by double-digit percentages annually, but buying a home still may be more affordable than renting in a number of the nation’s largest cities, according to a new study from®. Record-low mortgage rates are helping to tilt more markets in favor of buying over the past year. Researchers analyzed the monthly cost of buying a median-priced home to the median price of renting a two- to four-bedroom unit in the 50 largest markets this January. They found that buying a home cost the same or was cheaper in 15 of the 50 largest metros, up from 13 a year ago. Nine more metros were within 5% of leaning in favor of homebuying: Atlanta; Orlando, Fla.; Birmingham, Ala.; Phoenix; Buffalo, New York; Memphis, Tenn.; Washington, D.C.; Las Vegas; and Milwaukee. But in markets like Cleveland, Chicago, Pittsburgh, Riverside, Calif., Miami, New York and more, consumers may find buying a home to be cheaper than renting. Rents have dropped in many tech hubs that hav

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