3. Seattle

The housing market is on fire in this northwestern city that's known for its coffee, tech companies, and rock bands. In fact, you will spend 94% more on housing in Seattle than many other US cities, on average. A small, 480-square-foot rental will cost upwards of $2,000 per month in the more exclusive sections of town. Buying a private house in Seattle costs about $750,000., making this city the third-most expensive in the US housing market.


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