Special Report

States Where Families Pay the Most for Housing

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40. Indiana
> Est. annual housing costs: $10,331
> Median family income: $73,265 (16th lowest)
> Homeownership rate: 69.5% (13th highest)
> Median home value: $148,900 (6th lowest)

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39. Missouri
> Est. annual housing costs: $10,344
> Median family income: $72,834 (15th lowest)
> Homeownership rate: 67.1% (22nd highest)
> Median home value: $163,600 (12th lowest)

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38. Wyoming
> Est. annual housing costs: $10,423
> Median family income: $81,290 (20th highest)
> Homeownership rate: 71.0% (9th highest)
> Median home value: $228,000 (24th highest)

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37. Nebraska
> Est. annual housing costs: $10,551
> Median family income: $80,125 (24th highest)
> Homeownership rate: 66.2% (19th lowest)
> Median home value: $164,000 (13th lowest)

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36. Kansas
> Est. annual housing costs: $10,740
> Median family income: $77,620 (25th lowest)
> Homeownership rate: 66.2% (22nd lowest)
> Median home value: $157,600 (10th lowest)

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