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It is located in western New York and on the southern shore of Lake Ontario. Rochester was considered to be the birthplace of photography as been named Kodak Town. The city is one of the few first boomtowns in the United States thanks to the Genesee River and gave rise to flour mills and eventually became a manufacturing hub. Aside from Kodak, Rochester was also the birthplace to Xerox, Western Union, Gleason, etc. The city’s commercial and home buildings downtown are still in its original structure which already dates back a century or more. Rochester-area residents have opted to stay and live in the suburbs for decades rather than in the city proper. But as time passes, there are now developers aiming to provide a more luxurious downtown. Rochester is fit for families because of its low cost of living, available jobs, and excellent schools.

Home Prices

172,790 +7%
145,772 +8%

Relative Price (per sqft.)

92 +10%


217 -28%
232 +7%

Market Duration

23 -28%
Population 210,358 (-4.10%)
House Size (sqft.) 1,555 (-0.28%)