The 10 biggest U.S. metropolitan areas include undervalued communities that possess the desirable traits of a major city without the high price tag. Those communities included Scotch Plains, N.J., Silver Spring, Md., Havertown, Pa., Sharon, Mass., Mundelein, Ill., and Lathrup Village, Mich., in the Detroit area. Also making the list were Simi Valley in the Los Angeles area and Dublin, Calif., in the San Francisco metro region. These undervalued towns have good public schools, low crime rates, and educated neighbors, but the median home prices are low compared to other area towns.
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