Charleston, S.C., Is Most Undervalued City In America

June 20, 2017

Charleston, S.C., jumped to first place in SmartAsset’s 2017 study of the most undervalued cities in America. Two newcomers made the list this year: Fort Collins, Colo., and Augusta, Ga. In fact, smaller cities dominate the top 10; Philadelphia is one of the only large metros on the list. The rankings were created by comparing quality-of-life factors and home prices to determine which cities offer the most bang for the buck. Not surprisingly, Boston; New York; San Francisco; San Jose, Calif.; and Washington, D.C., tend to be the most overvalued.

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