Warner Robins is one of the most affordable places in the U.S. to buy a home, according to Money Magazine’s August issue.
Warner Robins is ranked 13th on the list, with a median home sale price of $110,000 in 2009, according to data found at www.money.cnn.com. Residents who buy real estate in the 25 ranked cities see their incomes go the furthest, according to the Web site.
“The U.S. Air Force base still dominates the economy, and that has brought engineers and other workers from all over the world,” the Web site stated.
“But military life also brings a lot of churn to the local housing markets as contract workers and military personnel come and go.”
Coming in as the No. 1 most affordable place to live is Deerfield Beach, Fla., with a median home sale price of $67,000 in 2009.