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Housing 2017

 

Area

Average

Commute

 minutes

Households

Housing

Units

Home

Ownership

Housing

Value

Median

Rent

United States

26.9

120,062,818

137,

407,308

63.9%

217,600

1,012

Alabama

24.6

1,841,665

2,258,669

68.0%

141,300

750

Alaska

19.6

250,741

316,968

63.5%

273,100

1,201

Arizona

24.4

2,552,972

2,999,185

 

223,400

1,020

Arkansas

21.6

1,153,082

1,370,109

 

128,500

1,025

California

29.8

13,005,097

14,177,270

54.8%

509,400

1,447

Colorado

25.9

2,139,207

2,385,495

65.2%

348,900

1,240

Connecticut

26.4

1,356,762

1,517,495

66.2%

273,100

1,125

Delaware

26.5

357,937

432,853

70.9%

252,800

1,086

District of Columbia

30.8

281,475

314,843

42.2%

607,200

1,499

Florida

27.8

7,689,964

9,441,585

65.2%

214,000

1,128

Georgia

24.4

3,745,074

4,282,254

62.9%

173,700

958

Hawaii

27

458,078

542,955

58.5%

617,400

1,573

Idaho

21

625,135

721,818

69.7%

207,100

822

Illinois

29.1

4,808,672

5,359,416

66.2%

195,300

974

Indiana

23.6

2,557,299

2,885,342

69.0%

141,100

793

Iowa

19.4

1,257,505

1,397,739

71.6%

149,100

760

Kansas

19.1

1,128,983

1,273,776

65.9%

150,000

815

Kentucky

23.3

1,725,034

1,984,235

66.5%

141,000

724

Louisiana

25.3

1,737,123

2,061,582

65.2%

162,500

836

Maine

24

540,959

742,644

73.2%

191,200

806

Maryland

33.3

2,207,343

2,449,123

66.7%

312,500

1,337

Massachusetts

29.8

2,604,954

2,894,590

62.3%

385,400

1,208

Michigan

24.3

3,930,017

4,595,274

71.3%

155,700

835

Minnesota

23.8

2,162,211

2,437,726

71.6%

224,000

939

Mississippi

24.9

1,091,980

1,323,754

68.5%

120,200

742

Missouri

23.7

2,385,135

2,792,445

67.0%

156,700

800

Montana

18.1

423,091

510,408

69.2%

231,300

759

Nebraska

18.5

754,490

837,540

66.3%

155,800

801

Nevada

24.2

1,094,613

1,249,733

56.6%

258,200

1,051

New Hampshire

27.3

528,700

634,689

69.8%

263,600

1,072

New Jersey

32.1

3,218,798

3,615,891

63.8%

334,900

1,284

New Mexico

22.3

767,705

937,976

67.9%

171,300

813

New York

33.7

7,304,332

8,327,621

53.8%

314,500

1,226

North Carolina

24.9

3,955,069

4,622,656

65.4%

171,200

861

North Dakota

16.5

316,306

374,591

63.4%

194,700

785

Ohio

23.6

4,667,192

5,201,701

65.8%

144,200

772

Oklahoma

21.9

1,470,364

1,734,074

65.5%

137,400

780

Oregon

24.3

1,603,635

1,768,582

62.8%

319,200

1,079

Pennsylvania

27.1

5,008,751

5,694,402

68.3%

181,200

893

Rhode Island

25.1

408,748

468,266

60.8%

257,800

941

South Carolina

24.6

1,905,100

2,284,820

68.7%

161,800

848

South Dakota

17.3

344,260

392,650

67.7%

167,600

722

Tennessee

15.1

2,588,655

2,958,799

65.4%

167,500

833

Texas

26.5

9,623,874

10,933,375

62.0%

172,200

987

Utah

22

975,448

1,084,685

69.9%

275,100

986

Vermont

23.2

256,629

335,248

69.5%

226,300

950

Virginia

28.6

3,120,880

3,512,917

66.6%

273,400

1,179

Washington

27.9

2,840,377

3,103,263

62.8%

339,000

1,216

West Virginia

26

715,308

892,240

72.5%

119,800

690

Wisconsin

22.2

2,350,293

2,695,303

66.6%

178,900

819

Wyoming

17.6

225,796

276,733

70.8%

214,300

832

Puerto Rico

 

1,191,305

1,561,802

 

 

 

United States

26.9

121,254,123

138,

969,110

63.9%

217,600

1,012

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