SmartAsset, a financial technology company, has released its 2017 Healthiest Housing Markets Study, and it ranks a Kentucky city as the top housing market in the U.S. Edgewood, in Kenton County in Northern Kentucky, took the No. 1 spot in the rankings, which are based on the average number of years residents spend in homes, home values, ease of sale, and the costs associated with ownership. The No. 2 market on the list is Mesquite, Texas, followed by Northridge, Ohio; Concord, Mo.; and Jenison, Mich. The study also ranks the healthiest housing markets in each state. On the list for Kentucky, but Jeffersontown came in at No. 2, followed by Bellevue, Erlanger and Fort Thomas.
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