Buyers are always looking for a good deal, but a bargain isn’t always a low price.
Houses on the market in Midwestern and Southern states are real bargains — literally.
Trulia found examined listed homes with the word “bargain” in the description, and it found that only 55 of the 100 largest U.S. housing markets offered homes at a lower price.
Dayton, Ohio, had the best deals. Average bargain properties in the city come with a 19.6 percent markdown, which translates to a $22,900 price cut.