High home prices in towns producing Super Bowl teams

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There’s a strong correlation between high home prices and towns that produce Super Bowl teams.

RealEstate.com says among the 10 National Football League (NFL) teams that have appeared in the Super Bowl most often, seven are from cities with high median home prices, compared to the national median home price.

The opposite is also true; the 10 teams that have been to the Super Bowl the least, if they have even gone at all, generally come from cities with low median home prices.

RealEstate.com also found:

• The 10 teams that have been to the Super Bowl the most come from cities with an average median home price of $339,800.

• The 10 teams that have been to the Super Bowl the least come from cities with an average median home price of $212,450.

• The average median home price of the 10 teams that have been to the Super Bowl the most ($339,800) is significantly higher than the national median home price ($216,700) and the average median home price of all the cities that host NFL teams ($243,341).

Hover over and click RealEstate.com’s infographic below to learn more.

Do cities with higher home prices make more Super Bowl appearances

See: DeadlineNews.Com’s Super Bowl Archive

About the author

A DeadlineNews.Com Silicon Valley Contributing Writer, with a penchant for the quick, story-telling capability of infographics, Mark K. Hicks is broker/owner of The Seabrooke Group in San Jose, CA. Hicks, who takes a "client for life" approach to business, has more than 20 years real estate experience, including creative financing, foreclosure acquisition, probate sales and tax-deferred exchanges. Network with Hicks on LinkedIn.

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