Special Report

This County Has the Most Expensive Homes in America

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45. Yamhill County, Oregon
> Pct. of annual wages needed to afford median monthly housing costs: 41.2%
> Annualized weekly wages: $45,539
> Median home price, Q1 2021: $370,000
> Location: Portland-Vancouver-Hillsboro, OR-WA metro area

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44. PRINCE WILLIAM County, Virginia
> Pct. of annual wages needed to afford median monthly housing costs: 41.4%
> Annualized weekly wages: $53,443
> Median home price, Q1 2021: $400,000
> Location: Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, DC-VA-MD-WV metro area

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43. Whatcom County, Washington
> Pct. of annual wages needed to afford median monthly housing costs: 41.6%
> Annualized weekly wages: $51,805
> Median home price, Q1 2021: $434,900
> Location: Bellingham, WA metro area

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42. Hays County, Texas
> Pct. of annual wages needed to afford median monthly housing costs: 41.6%
> Annualized weekly wages: $43,680
> Median home price, Q1 2021: $295,657
> Location: Austin-Round Rock, TX metro area

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41. Snohomish County, Washington
> Pct. of annual wages needed to afford median monthly housing costs: 41.7%
> Annualized weekly wages: $65,026
> Median home price, Q1 2021: $534,375
> Location: Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue, WA metro area