Special Report

Most Expensive Housing Market in Every State

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16. Kansas
> Most expensive housing market: Johnson County
> Median home price: $260,490
> Median mortgage payment: $1,053
> Median household income: $78,186 (State: $54,935)
> Pct. homes valued $1,000,000+: 1.5%

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17. Kentucky
> Most expensive housing market: Oldham County
> Median home price: $289,783
> Median mortgage payment: $1,171
> Median household income: $86,324 (State: $46,659)
> Pct. homes valued $1,000,000+: 1.7%

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18. Louisiana
> Most expensive housing market: Orleans Parish
> Median home price: $234,627
> Median mortgage payment: $948
> Median household income: $37,488 (State: $45,146)
> Pct. homes valued $1,000,000+: 2.6%

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19. Maine
> Most expensive housing market: Cumberland County
> Median home price: $286,624
> Median mortgage payment: $1,158
> Median household income: $61,902 (State: $53,079)
> Pct. homes valued $1,000,000+: 1.4%

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20. Maryland
> Most expensive housing market: Montgomery County
> Median home price: $516,442
> Median mortgage payment: $2,087
> Median household income: $100,352 (State: $78,945)
> Pct. homes valued $1,000,000+: 9.0%

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