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