Cheapest Neighborhoods In Pittsburgh, PA To Buy A House

Like any large city, home prices in Pittsburgh have continued to increase over the years. Fortunately, there are still some neighborhoods in Pittsburgh that offer some affordable housing options. These are the cheapest neighborhoods in Pittsburgh for 2021. The neighborhoods are ranked by the lowest median home prices when compared to the average median home price in Pittsburgh.

Population 5,484
-100%
Median Home Value $0
100% less expensive than Pittsburgh
Population 1,363
-100%
Median Home Value $0
100% less expensive than Pittsburgh
Population 660
-100%
Median Home Value $0
100% less expensive than Pittsburgh
Population 519
-100%
Median Home Value $0
100% less expensive than Pittsburgh
Population 227
-100%
Median Home Value $0
100% less expensive than Pittsburgh
Population 214
-100%
Median Home Value $0
100% less expensive than Pittsburgh
Population 831
-82%
Median Home Value $18,500
82% less expensive than Pittsburgh
Population 2,359
-74%
Median Home Value $26,000
74% less expensive than Pittsburgh
Population 1,852
-69%
Median Home Value $31,225
69% less expensive than Pittsburgh
Population 3,235
-67%
Median Home Value $32,780
67% less expensive than Pittsburgh
Population 2,683
-61%
Median Home Value $39,800
61% less expensive than Pittsburgh
Population 2,415
-60%
Median Home Value $40,250
60% less expensive than Pittsburgh
Population 1,783
-60%
Median Home Value $40,325
60% less expensive than Pittsburgh
Population 4,167
-59%
Median Home Value $41,350
59% less expensive than Pittsburgh
Population 1,581
-59%
Median Home Value $41,733
59% less expensive than Pittsburgh
Population 175
-56%
Median Home Value $43,900
56% less expensive than Pittsburgh
Population 1,447
-56%
Median Home Value $44,375
56% less expensive than Pittsburgh
Population 4,443
-55%
Median Home Value $45,160
55% less expensive than Pittsburgh
Population 562
-51%
Median Home Value $49,300
51% less expensive than Pittsburgh
Population 2,259
-51%
Median Home Value $49,750
51% less expensive than Pittsburgh