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MEDIAN HOUSING VALUE BY STATE, 2011 (1)
State Median value Rank (2) State Median value Rank (2)
Alabama $122,700 44 Montana $184,100 19
Alaska 238,300 12 Nebraska 127,400 42
Arizona 153,800 29 Nevada 158,000 28
Arkansas 106,300 49 New Hampshire 237,500 13
California 355,600 3 New Jersey 324,900 5
Colorado 233,700 15 New Mexico 159,000 26
Connecticut 278,700 8 New York 285,300 7
Delaware 236,900 14 North Carolina 153,700 30
D.C. 422,400 2 North Dakota 128,600 39
Florida 151,000 31 Ohio 129,600 38
Georgia 147,100 32 Oklahoma 112,600 48
Hawaii 487,400 1 Oregon 232,900 16
Idaho 158,800 27 Pennsylvania 164,800 25
Illinois 178,500 22 Rhode Island 245,500 10
Indiana 122,400 45 South Carolina 136,000 36
Iowa 123,400 43 South Dakota 131,400 37
Kansas 128,300 40 Tennessee 138,300 34
Kentucky 120,600 46 Texas 127,700 41
Louisiana 139,400 33 Utah 207,500 18
Maine 171,600 23 Vermont 213,700 17
Maryland 287,100 6 Virginia 243,100 11
Massachusetts 326,300 4 Washington 256,300 9
Michigan 118,100 47 West Virginia 99,300 51
Minnesota 183,500 20 Wisconsin 166,700 24
Mississippi 99,900 50 Wyoming 179,900 21
Missouri 136,900 35 United States $173,600  

(1) Owner-occupied housing units.
(2) States with the same percentages receive the same rank.

Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Census Bureau; American Community Survey.

 
MEDIAN HOUSING VALUE BY STATE, 2008 (1)
State Median value Rank (2) State Median value Rank (2)
Alabama $121,500 44 Montana $180,300 26
Alaska 237,800 17 Nebraska 126,500 40
Arizona 229,200 19 Nevada 271,500 12
Arkansas 105,700 48 New Hampshire 264,700 14
California 467,000 3 New Jersey 364,100 4
Colorado 242,200 16 New Mexico 165,100 30
Connecticut 306,000 9 New York 318,900 7
Delaware 250,900 15 North Carolina 154,500 32
D.C. 474,100 2 North Dakota 112,500 47
Florida 218,700 20 Ohio 140,200 35
Georgia 169,100 29 Oklahoma 105,500 49
Hawaii 560,200 1 Oregon 273,300 11
Idaho 183,700 25 Pennsylvania 164,700 31
Illinois 214,900 21 Rhode Island 286,000 10
Indiana 125,200 43 South Carolina 138,700 36
Iowa 120,700 45 South Dakota 126,200 41
Kansas 125,700 42 Tennessee 138,600 37
Kentucky 118,400 46 Texas 126,800 39
Louisiana 132,400 38 Utah 236,000 18
Maine 180,200 27 Vermont 214,700 22
Maryland 341,200 6 Virginia 269,600 13
Massachusetts 353,600 5 Washington 308,100 8
Michigan 151,300 33 West Virginia 95,900 51
Minnesota 213,800 23 Wisconsin 173,300 28
Mississippi 99,700 50 Wyoming 188,200 24
Missouri 141,500 34 United States $197,600  

(1) Owner-occupied housing units.
(2) States with the same percentages receive the same rank.

Source: U.S. Census Bureau.

 
MEDIAN HOUSING VALUE BY STATE, 2009 (1)
State Median value Rank (2) State Median value Rank (2)
Alabama $119,600 45 Montana $176,300 26
Alaska 232,900 16 Nebraska 123,300 42
Arizona 187,700 22 Nevada 207,600 19
Arkansas 102,900 49 New Hampshire 249,700 13
California 384,200 3 New Jersey 348,300 4
Colorado 237,800 15 New Mexico 160,900 31
Connecticut 291,200 8 New York 306,000 7
Delaware 249,400 14 North Carolina 155,500 32
D.C. 443,700 2 North Dakota 116,800 47
Florida 182,400 24 Ohio 134,600 37
Georgia 162,800 30 Oklahoma 107,700 48
Hawaii 517,600 1 Oregon 257,400 11
Idaho 171,700 27 Pennsylvania 164,700 29
Illinois 202,200 20 Rhode Island 267,100 10
Indiana 123,100 43 South Carolina 137,500 34
Iowa 122,000 44 South Dakota 126,200 39
Kansas 125,500 41 Tennessee 137,300 35
Kentucky 117,800 46 Texas 125,800 40
Louisiana 135,400 36 Utah 224,700 17
Maine 177,500 25 Vermont 216,300 18
Maryland 318,600 6 Virginia 252,600 12
Massachusetts 338,500 5 Washington 287,200 9
Michigan 132,200 38 West Virginia 94,500 51
Minnesota 200,400 21 Wisconsin 170,800 28
Mississippi 98,000 50 Wyoming 184,000 23
Missouri 139,700 33 United States $185,200  

(1) Owner-occupied housing units.
(2) States with the same percentages receive the same rank.

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey.

 
MEDIAN HOUSING VALUE BY STATE, 2010 (1)
State Median value Rank (2) State Median value Rank (2)
Alabama $123,900 42 Montana $181,200 21
Alaska 241,400 15 Nebraska 127,600 40
Arizona 168,800 26 Nevada 174,800 24
Arkansas 106,300 49 New Hampshire 243,000 14
California 370,900 3 New Jersey 339,200 4
Colorado 236,600 16 New Mexico 161,200 30
Connecticut 288,800 8 New York 296,500 7
Delaware 243,600 13 North Carolina 154,200 32
D.C. 426,900 2 North Dakota 123,000 46
Florida 164,200 29 Ohio 134,400 37
Georgia 156,200 31 Oklahoma 111,400 48
Hawaii 525,400 1 Oregon 244,500 12
Idaho 165,100 28 Pennsylvania 165,500 27
Illinois 191,800 20 Rhode Island 254,500 10
Indiana 123,300 44 South Carolina 138,100 35
Iowa 123,400 43 South Dakota 129,700 38
Kansas 127,300 41 Tennessee 139,000 33
Kentucky 121,600 47 Texas 128,100 39
Louisiana 137,500 36 Utah 217,200 17
Maine 179,100 23 Vermont 216,800 18
Maryland 301,400 6 Virginia 249,100 11
Massachusetts 334,100 5 Washington 271,800 9
Michigan 123,300 44 West Virginia 95,100 51
Minnesota 194,300 19 Wisconsin 169,400 25
Mississippi 100,100 50 Wyoming 180,100 22
Missouri 139,000 33 United States $179,900  

(1) Owner-occupied housing units.
(2) States with the same percentages receive the same rank.

Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Census Bureau, American Community Survey.