The Top 10 Cities that are Losing the Most Residents.





According to Realtor.com there are the big loser cities—and they are big

America's largest cities are losing armies of residents, and there just aren't enough people moving in to compensate. Take a look:


#10.  Philadelphia, PA ~ 
Median Home Price ~ $229,900
Unemployment Rate ~ 5.0%

#9.  San Francisco, CA ~ 
Median Home Price ~ $859,000
Unemployment Rate ~ 3.8%




#8.  Cleveland, OH ~ 
Median Home Price ~ $146,000
Unemployment Rate ~ 5.5%

#7.  St. Louis, MO ~ 
Median Home Price ~ $173,200
Unemployment Rate ~ 5.1%

#6.  Milwaukee, WI ~ 
Median Home Price ~ $202,500
Unemployment Rate ~ 5.0%

#5.  Los Angeles, CA ~ 
Median Home Price ~ $657,000
Unemployment Rate ~ 4.8%




#4.  San Jose, CA ~ 
Median Home Price ~ $983,900
Unemployment Rate ~ 3.9%

#3.  Detroit, MI ~ 
Median Home Price ~ $191,000
Unemployment Rate ~ 5.6%

#2.  Chicago, IL ~ 
Median Home Price ~ $258,500
Unemployment Rate ~ 6.6%

#1.  New York, NY ~ 
Median Home Price ~ $399,000
Unemployment Rate ~ 5.0%

Leaving New York & Chicago rather than moving to it, has established itself as a solid trend—getting away from the harsh winters, harsher summers, high taxes, crime & exorbitant cost of living.