Which Cities Have Most Older or Newer Homes? | Realtor Magazine
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Some buyers may be drawn to the charm and character of an older home. On the other hand, other buyers may prefer the newest floor plans and features.
Homes.com scoured listings for sales nationwide to find the number of homes built by 1940, prior to 2000, in 2000 or later, or between 2016 and 2020. Then, they separated the listings into four categories based on these breakdowns: Pre-war homes, older homes, newer homes, and modern homes.