Veronika’ Bondarecko’s recent article for InmanNews underlined Trulia’s analysis of America’s most affordable neighborhoods. Trulia considered affordability, median home value and median income levels of each neighborhood among its 250+ tracked major and minor metros nationwide.

Two questions pop into one’s mind as home values keep climbing…how long can home values continue to increase and when will a true buyer’s market actually show up?

Here are Trulia’s current most affordable neighborhoods:

Beechwood OH – 15 minutes away from Columbus OH and the most affordable neighborhood in the US. Neighborhood is known for mid-century homes and is popular with retirees.

  • Median income of neighborhood – $64,480
  • Median home value – $79,779

Homeacre-Lyndora PA – just outside of Pittsburgh and known for its white picket fences.

-Median income of neighborhood – $59,000

– Median home value – $88,450

Florissant MO – neighborhood is a suburb of St. Louis

  • Median income of neighborhood – $60,900
  • Median home value – $112,142

Speedway IN – northeast side of and close to the center of Kansas City and Buckeye Greenway, the popular state Nature Park.

  • Median income of neighborhood – $62,600
  • Median home value – $103,476

The neighborhood of Speedway is the only urban neighborhood on Trulia’s list of most affordable.