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The top 10 cities where millennials want to live

Presented by Chase Home Lending, this article is part of "The Evolution of Homebuying," a Chase series that showcases industry insights and evolving trends to support your home buying experience.

First things first.

The journey to homeownership is becoming more achievable for many millennials who have been waiting patiently on the sidelines to buy a house.

Many millennials are flocking to metropolitan areas with solid job prospects—especially in the South and West, and to unlikely destinations like Buffalo and Albany, in New York.

Realtor.com has compiled a list of the top cities where 20 and 30-somethings want to live, based on an analysis of the 60 largest US cities and how much these prospects were viewing listings in those areas, compared with the national average, from August 2016 to February 2017.

Here's a look at the top 10 cities attracting younger home buyers:

Infographic: Top 10 cities where young professionals to live
Infographic: Top 10 cities where young professionals to live
Infographic: Top 10 cities where young professionals to live
Infographic: Top 10 cities where young professionals to live
Infographic: Top 10 cities where young professionals to live
Infographic: Top 10 cities where young professionals to live
Infographic: Top 10 cities where young professionals to live
Infographic: Top 10 cities where young professionals to live
Infographic: Top 10 cities where young professionals to live
Infographic: Top 10 cities where young professionals to live

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