NEW YORK (TheStreet) - Looking for a cheap place to buy a house? There's always Buffalo, one of the markets with the cheapest homes in the U.S., but there's a catch -- you could be buried under eight feet of snow.
You should consider it, since Buffalo clocks in at No. 6 on this list of the most affordable places to buy a home in America, according to Coldwell Banker's annual Home Listing Report. The report analyzed data for more than 1,900 real estate markets nationwide, specifically taking a look at listing prices for more than 51,000 similar-sized four-bedroom, two-bathroom homes.
Check out the 12 most affordable markets in the U.S.
12. Parma/Parma Heights, Ohio
Parma, Ohio is a mere 10 miles from Cleveland, which happens to be Coldwell Banker's most affordable area to buy a home. The average price for a four-bedroom, two-bathroom home in Parma is $110,103.