KENOSHA -- Looking to buy a home for the first time? Buyers may want to start their search in Kenosha, according to a new study.
With July being one of the top months for sales for first-time home buyers, wallethub.com conducted a study on what cities are the best and worst for these first-time buyers.
Kenosha ranked 12th best.
The results were determined by taking the pulse of real estate in 300 cities or different sizes using 27 total metrics. Those metrics ranged from real-estate tax, median house price, to property-crime rate.
Kenosha scored a 63.81, ranking 46 in 'affordability' and 192 in 'quality of life.' The best city for first-time home buyers, according to the study, is Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. Followed by Tampa, Florida and Centennial, Colorado.
The worst three cities to live in are Flint, Michigan, Detroit and Berkeley, California. For more information on all of the rankings, click here.