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8. Omaha, NE
Omaha, NE
Median home price: $113,000
Median family income: $65,611

You don't have to have deep pockets like Omaha native and resident Warren Buffett to afford a home in Nebraska's biggest city. Three-bedroom split-level homes in good condition go for less than $130,000, and a new two-story family home with half an acre of land can be had for about $250,000.

And the weather is not so bad either: Omaha is one of the sunniest cities on our list. --D.G.

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Last updated July 18 2008: 12:35 PM ET
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