Boston tops WalletHub’s list of ‘healthiest’ housing markets

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Takeaways:

WalletHub examined 10 metrics in 25 markets to ascertain market health.
Boston was the healthiest housing market; Oklahoma City, San Antonio, northern New Jersey and Hartford, Connecticut, were also healthy.
Las Vegas was the least healthy; other unhealthy markets include Tampa-St. Petersburg, Florida; Orlando; Tucson, Arizona; and Minneapolis-St. Paul.

The 10 healthiest housing markets in the U.S. are mainly located in Texas and the Northeast.

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