Looking at Home Prices in Several Major Baseball Markets

By NAR, Special for  USDR

Baseball enthusiasts young and old are rejoicing today as the start of another baseball season gets underway. While fans will most likely be focused on extra-base hits, double-plays and ERA’s, look to a newly released infographic from the National Association of Realtors® for signs of home prices in 16 cities playing baseball  today.

According to NAR’s median home-price data, the closest matchup today between metro areas is New York ($390,000) vs. Washington ($372,800). If wins were determined by home prices and not play on the field, the biggest differential is San Francisco($742,900) vs. Phoenix  ($200,300).

Data is from NAR’s 2014 fourth quarter Metropolitan Median Area Prices and Affordability report, which provides a breakdown of single-family, condo and co-op prices in over 170 metro  areas.

For additional highlights from NAR’s fourth quarter report, visit http://www.realtor.org/topics/metropolitan-median-area-prices-and-affordability/data.

Information about NAR is available at www.realtor.org. This and other news releases are posted in the “News, Blogs and Videos” tab on the  website.

SOURCE National Association of  Realtors

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