March Madness is once again upon us. Yesterday, 64 teams were entered into the 2010 NCAA College Basketball Tournament. This morning, college hoops fans began the process of filling their brackets in March Madness pools across the country. And this weekend, the Bradley Center in Downtown Milwaukee plays host to games in the first and second rounds of the tournament.
At Coldwell Banker, we’ve got our own March Madness going on, complete with a Home Affordability Bracket. The hometowns of each school at the Big Dance were set up in the same format as the official NCAA tournament bracket, and the school with the most-affordable homes in their market were whittled down to a Sweet Sixteen, an Elite Eight, a Final Four, the Semi-Finalists and, finally, a Most-Affordable Homes Champion.
Read on to see which school’s market come out as the most-affordable in home prices (including Milwaukee’s own Marquette University!)
Each market price is based on the median home sale price of properties listed on ColdwellBanker.com for Sunday, March 14th. Syracuse was the big winner with a median home sale price of $101,020. Click here to see the entire bracket (including Milwaukee’s own Marquette University making a run to the Final Four!).