Special Report

States Where Single People Pay the Most for Housing

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35. Montana
> Est. annual housing costs: $7,639
> Median household income: $56,539 (11th lowest)
> Homeownership rate: 68.5% (17th highest)
> Median home value: $244,900 (18th highest)

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34. Kansas
> Est. annual housing costs: $7,689
> Median household income: $61,091 (21st lowest)
> Homeownership rate: 66.2% (22nd lowest)
> Median home value: $157,600 (10th lowest)

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33. New Mexico
> Est. annual housing costs: $7,822
> Median household income: $51,243 (5th lowest)
> Homeownership rate: 68.0% (18th highest)
> Median home value: $175,700 (17th lowest)

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32. Wyoming
> Est. annual housing costs: $7,858
> Median household income: $65,304 (20th highest)
> Homeownership rate: 71.0% (9th highest)
> Median home value: $228,000 (24th highest)

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31. Michigan
> Est. annual housing costs: $8,040
> Median household income: $59,234 (18th lowest)
> Homeownership rate: 71.7% (4th highest)
> Median home value: $162,600 (11th lowest)

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