Special Report

What a Typical Home Costs in Every State

Seattle, Washington roads
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5. Washington
> Median list price: $299,000
> 10 yr. price change: 10.7% (24th highest)
> Homeownership rate: 62.4% (13th lowest)
> Median household income: $64,129 (10th highest)

Central High School, Grand Junction, Colorado
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4. Colorado
> Median list price: $300,000
> 10 yr. price change: 40.8% (3rd highest)
> Homeownership rate: 63.7% (15th lowest)
> Median household income: $63,909 (11th highest)

Massachusetts
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3. Massachusetts
> Median list price: $339,900
> 10 yr. price change: 6.3% (23rd lowest)
> Homeownership rate: 61.7% (10th lowest)
> Median household income: $70,628 (6th highest)

California
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2. California
> Median list price: $422,500
> 10 yr. price change: -11.1% (11th lowest)
> Homeownership rate: 53.6% (3rd lowest)
> Median household income: $64,500 (9th highest)

1. Hawaii
> Median list price: $485,000
> 10 yr. price change: 28.6% (10th highest)
> Homeownership rate: 56.6% (5th lowest)
> Median household income: $73,486 (2nd highest)

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