High prices aren’t a problem in the Bargain Belt -- swaths of the South and Midwest where job market gains have outpaced the rise in home prices, says Ralph McLaughlin, an economist for Trulia, an online residential real estate site for home buyers, sellers, renters and real estate professionals in the United States.

Here's McLaughlin's attempt to peg the hottest housing markets, in reverse order, for 2016, based on job growth, low vacancies, good affordability, search data, and presence of millennials:

10. Tacoma, Wash.