These metro areas have the highest percentage of affordable homes, according to the Housing Opportunity Index from the National Association of Home Builders and Wells Fargo.
Despite rising home prices and climbing mortgage rates, it's still cheaper to buy a home than rent one in these 10 major cities.
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Home sales of $5 million or more are common in these wealthy zip codes across the United States.