Buying a home can either be a great investment or a money-draining liability. And while there are safer bets than others, no one can predict all the ebbs and flows of the housing market. What can be said with certainty is that the houses in certain cities carry price tags that exceed their actual value. To learn where exactly this is in the case, we turned to a new GoBankingRates study that identifies the 50 cities with the most overpriced homes in the U.S.
Using housing 2019 data from Zillow, GOBankingRates analyzed the 722 biggest housing markets in the country. For each city they took the Median list
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