United States: housing price and price/m²

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Housing price details

The median price of an apartment for sale is $5,576. That means there are as many properties more expensive than $5,576 as cheaper. As for houses for sale, the median price is $2,674.
Apartments
Number of roomsMedian price
Studio$6,140
2 pièces$4,317
3 pièces$6,496
4 pièces$7,903
5 pièces$6,026
Houses
Number of roomsMedian price
4 pièces$2,791
5 pièces$3,007
6 pièces$2,632
7 pièces$2,415
8 pièces$2,279

United States: all details of housing price

LocationPrice per m² – apartmentsPrice per m² – houses
Florida
$4,527
-1%
$2,769
+1%
California
$7,372
+1%
$6,338
New York
$13,858
+1%
$4,416
+3%
Texas
$3,608
+2%
$2,218
+1%
Washington
$6,071
+2%
$3,708
+1%
Georgia
$3,756
-1%
$2,410
-1%
Illinois
$3,778
+2%
$2,057
+2%
Arizona
$3,429
$2,595
+2%
Pennsylvania
$3,838
+1%
$2,144
+1%
Colorado
$6,476
-3%
$3,845
+1%
New Jersey
$5,882
+3%
$2,721
+1%
North Carolina
$3,966
+1%
$2,538
+1%
Indiana
$1,816
+2%
$1,715
+2%
Tennessee
$6,377
-2%
$2,623
+2%
South Carolina
$3,250
-1%
$1,993
Oregon
$4,296
-2%
$3,232
+1%
Michigan
$1,788
$1,545
-1%
Massachusetts
$7,902
+3%
$5,235
+1%
Utah
$5,419
+13%
$3,145
+2%
Virginia
$3,926
-2%
$2,545
+1%
Ohio
$1,251
+1%
$1,067
-1%
Nevada
$2,739
+1%
$2,931
+1%
Maryland
$2,928
+2%
$2,507
+1%
Louisiana
$1,339
-7%
$1,277
Missouri
$2,491
+3%
$1,506
Connecticut
$2,743
-1%
$3,309
+3%
Hawaii
$11,358
+5%
$8,022
+1%
Wisconsin
$2,447
$1,996
+2%
Alabama
$7,659
$1,493
Arkansas
$1,311
-2%
$1,522
Idaho
$6,960
-2%
$3,679
+1%
District of Columbia
$6,479
$5,558
-1%
New Mexico
$3,245
-9%
$2,116
Oklahoma
$1,395
-10%
$1,539
+2%
Montana
$4,697
-3%
$3,640
+1%
Nebraska
$2,511
-7%
$1,830
+2%
Minnesota
$2,910
+5%
$2,261
+2%
Kentucky
$1,960
+1%
$1,559
+2%
Kansas
$1,752
-6%
$1,745
+1%
Iowa
$1,871
+9%
$1,656
-4%
Maine
$3,598
+5%
$2,685
-2%
Delaware
$2,588
-4%
$2,440
Mississippi
$3,563
+1%
$1,554
+4%
Rhode Island
$2,552
+3%
$3,705
+1%
Wyoming
$13,643
+8%
$4,094
West Virginia
$1,091
+2%
$1,346
+3%
New Hampshire
$3,480
+6%
$2,889
+3%
North Dakota
$1,256
-4%
$1,461
+1%
South Dakota
$2,155
-2%
$2,337
+3%
Vermont
$3,311
+10%
$2,840
+2%
AlaskaNot enough listings
$2,659
+4%

The most expensive locations in United States

LocationPrice per m² – apartmentsPrice per m² – houses
Boston
$11,274
+3%
$11,405
+3%
Hampton Bays
$8,769
+1%
$7,481
+1%
San Diego
$8,582
+1%
$9,518
+1%
Coeur d'Alene
$7,695
-1%
$3,514
-3%
Pasadena
$7,556
+3%
$8,440
+2%
Mission Viejo
$6,647
+11%
$6,271
-2%
Santa Fe
$4,637
$5,758
+4%
Bellingham
$4,099
+1%
$5,085
Milwaukee
$3,282
+6%
$1,557
+9%
Cape Canaveral
$2,735
-3%
Not enough listings

The most affordable locations in United States

LocationPrice per m² – apartmentsPrice per m² – houses
Jacksonville
$1,822
-1%
$2,297
Gainesville
$1,856
$2,250
+1%
Sunrise
$1,973
$3,315
+1%
Tamarac
$2,034
+1%
$3,041
+4%
Lake Worth
$2,068
+5%
$4,995
+1%
Mount Vernon
$2,320
+5%
$3,014
+8%
Cape Canaveral
$2,735
-3%
Not enough listings
Milwaukee
$3,282
+6%
$1,557
+9%
Bellingham
$4,099
+1%
$5,085
Santa Fe
$4,637
$5,758
+4%

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