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Newcomers are outspending locals for homes in these metro areas

As the coronavirus pandemic spurs Americans to leave the most expensive metro areas for more affordable climes, once-overlooked housing markets are attracting deep-pocketed new buyers. These are the metro areas with the biggest gaps.

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Newcomers are outspending locals for homes in these metro areas

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