You want a great housing market, try Seattle, suggests a national ranking released Monday.
And Nashville's pretty hot, too.
But among the nation’s large cities, Atlanta doesn’t do that badly – and Roswell scores even better, according to a calculation by WalletHub, a Washington, D.C.-based consumer credit and research company.
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