The Richest Cities Where No One Wants to Move
Many Americans still are holding off on buying homes in some of the country’s most expensive cities. While home prices fell 23 percent on average in the largest cities since the housing crisis began, for many home buyers the drop was not enough. Based on a new report released by Trulia, 24/7 Wall St. identified the 10 metropolitan areas to which no one wants to move.
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