The Baltimore downtown skyline is pictured on Saturday, June 27, 2020.
Julio Cortez, Associated Press
We already know Boise, Idaho leads the country in what researchers have deemed the most “overvalued” housing markets in the West — trailed closely by the three Utah cities Ogden, Provo and Salt Lake City.
So what’s the least overpriced city?
Look to the East Coast, in Baltimore, Maryland.
That’s according to researchers from Florida Atlantic University, which has compiled rankings of the top 100 U.S. housing markets using open-source data from Zillow and other providers to score the most “overpriced or underpriced” metro cities in the nation.
The data, compiled by researchers Ken Johnson and Eli Beracha, “allows readers to quickly see the premium or discount that they are paying in their metro, on average, and further allows them to make more informed decisions about their real estate investments,” according to the study.
These Utah, Idaho cities are still among the nation’s most ‘overvalued’ housing markets
Source:: Deseret News – Utah News