Texas, Virginia, Florida metros are still 'relatively' affordable: report
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The number of relatively affordable migration spots across the United States is growing smaller, according to a new report.
It comes at a time when homeowners are trying to relocate to affordable areas more than ever before to lessen the burden of surging inflation, which continues to push up the price of everyday necessities such as food and gas.
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In fact, 32% of homebuyers across the nation looked to move to a different metro in April, just shy of the all-time high of 32.3% attained earlier this year, according to real estate brokerage Redfin.