Texas cities top the ranks for best US real estate markets

The best place to live and invest isn’t always the priciest
  • Six of the top 10 real estate markets overall are located in Texas.
  • San Francisco came in no. 82 overall, largely due to a low affordability score.
  • New York City has some of the highest average number of market days and highest percentage of mortgage holders in delinquency.
  • Baltimore is the tenth worst market overall.

Nothing like a recession to make homebuyers savvier with their investments. This new level of due diligence encourages guides to the best real estate markets, including WalletHub’s annual analysis of 300 U.S. cities.