Special Report

This County Has the Most Expensive Homes in America

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35. Clackamas County, Oregon
> Pct. of annual wages needed to afford median monthly housing costs: 44.3%
> Annualized weekly wages: $57,720
> Median home price, Q1 2021: $489,000
> Location: Portland-Vancouver-Hillsboro, OR-WA metro area

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34. Deschutes County, Oregon
> Pct. of annual wages needed to afford median monthly housing costs: 44.5%
> Annualized weekly wages: $50,830
> Median home price, Q1 2021: $456,000
> Location: Bend-Redmond, OR metro area

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33. Hawaii County, Hawaii
> Pct. of annual wages needed to afford median monthly housing costs: 45.0%
> Annualized weekly wages: $47,060
> Median home price, Q1 2021: $440,000
> Location: Hilo, HI metro area

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32. Barnstable County, Massachusetts
> Pct. of annual wages needed to afford median monthly housing costs: 45.3%
> Annualized weekly wages: $53,586
> Median home price, Q1 2021: $478,850
> Location: Barnstable Town, MA metro area

31. Washington County, Utah
> Pct. of annual wages needed to afford median monthly housing costs: 45.6%
> Annualized weekly wages: $39,663
> Median home price, Q1 2021: $379,089
> Location: St. George, UT metro area