While conditions are challenging overall for new buyers, some parts of the U.S. are more favorable than others. Researchers calculated a composite score based on the percentage of homes with three or fewer bedrooms, the median sale price of homes with three or fewer bedrooms, the months of supply of houses for sale, and the homeownership rate for householders under 35 years old. Metros and states were then ranked accordingly.

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