Special Report

Metro Areas Where Families Pay the Most for Housing

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25. Trenton-Princeton, NJ
> Est. annual housing costs: $18,468
> Median family income: $108,756 — 10th highest of 376 metros
> Homeownership rate: 63.5% — 107th lowest of 376 metros
> Median home value: $290,100 — 58th highest of 376 metros

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24. Miami-Fort Lauderdale-Pompano Beach, FL
> Est. annual housing costs: $18,612
> Median family income: $69,172 — 129th lowest of 376 metros
> Homeownership rate: 59.8% — 57th lowest of 376 metros
> Median home value: $298,400 — 53rd highest of 376 metros

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23. Portland-South Portland, ME
> Est. annual housing costs: $19,104
> Median family income: $89,988 — 56th highest of 376 metros
> Homeownership rate: 72.1% — 50th highest of 376 metros
> Median home value: $273,100 — 71st highest of 376 metros

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22. Denver-Aurora-Lakewood, CO
> Est. annual housing costs: $19,260
> Median family income: $103,157 — 17th highest of 376 metros
> Homeownership rate: 64.8% — 133rd lowest of 376 metros
> Median home value: $411,800 — 23rd highest of 376 metros

21. Vallejo, CA
> Est. annual housing costs: $19,404
> Median family income: $95,438 — 34th highest of 376 metros (tied)
> Homeownership rate: 62.1% — 80th lowest of 376 metros
> Median home value: $437,900 — 18th highest of 376 metros

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