Special Report

The Most and Least Valuable States

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48. Wyoming
> Value per acre: $1,558
> Total value: $97 billion (4th lowest)
> GDP per capita: $61,091 (6th highest)
> Median home value: $214,300 (20th highest)

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47. New Mexico
> Value per acre: $1,931
> Total value: $150 billion (11th lowest)
> GDP per capita: $41,619 (12th lowest)
> Median home value: $171,300 (19th lowest)

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46. Nevada
> Value per acre: $2,116
> Total value: $149 billion (10th lowest)
> GDP per capita: $44,812 (19th lowest)
> Median home value: $258,200 (13th highest)

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45. South Dakota
> Value per acre: $2,135
> Total value: $103 billion (5th lowest)
> GDP per capita: $48,004 (24th highest)
> Median home value: $167,600 (17th lowest)

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44. Montana
> Value per acre: $2,283
> Total value: $213 billion (16th lowest)
> GDP per capita: $39,833 (10th lowest)
> Median home value: $231,300 (16th highest)

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