DETROIT (WWJ/AP) – Detroit may not be the most affordable city in the country, but it’s on the short list.

Forbes magazine ranked the nation’s most affordable cities and came up with a top-20 list. The Midwest dominated the list — 11 of the 20 are in the Heartland, although Buffalo, N.Y., was considered most affordable.

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Detroit and Toledo tied for the number 11 spot. Warren was ranked number 10; and Grand Rapids came in at number 7.

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The criteria included housing affordability and other factors such as food, utilities, gas, transportation and medical expenses.

New York City and Honolulu tied for the least affordable cities.

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