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All-Cash Home Buyers Head to the Southeast

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All-Cash Home Buyers Head to the Southeast

Florida cities have the highest percentage of cash purchases of homes


January 14, 2016
All-Cash Home Buyers Head to the Southeast
All-Cash Home Buyers Head to the Southeast

As of the second quarter of 2015, cash purchases of homes were more common in the Southeast and Midwest than they were in the West, according to a Zillow analysis.

The top five markets with the highest percentage of all-cash home purchases were all Florida cities: Miami, Sarasota, Fort Myers, Daytona Beach, and Tampa.

The cities with the lowest percentages were Colorado Springs, Denver, Spokane, Wash., Seattle, and San Jose.

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