Special Report

Cities Where the Most People Own Their Homes

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30. Olney, Maryland
> Homeownership rate: 88.9%
> Median home value: $524,700 — 239th highest of 1,789 cities
> Median monthly housing costs (w/ a mortgage): $2,617 — 231st highest of 1,789 cities (tied)
> Median monthly housing costs (no mortgage): $755 — 361st highest of 1,789 cities (tied)
> Median household income: $149,155 — 45th highest of 1,789 cities

29. Cottage Grove, Minnesota
> Homeownership rate: 88.9%
> Median home value: $261,500 — 851st highest of 1,789 cities
> Median monthly housing costs (w/ a mortgage): $1,804 — 755th highest of 1,789 cities
> Median monthly housing costs (no mortgage): $577 — 794th highest of 1,789 cities (tied)
> Median household income: $102,600 — 252nd highest of 1,789 cities

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28. Clinton, Maryland
> Homeownership rate: 89.1%
> Median home value: $321,500 — 640th highest of 1,789 cities
> Median monthly housing costs (w/ a mortgage): $2,177 — 453rd highest of 1,789 cities
> Median monthly housing costs (no mortgage): $671 — 533rd highest of 1,789 cities (tied)
> Median household income: $110,108 — 186th highest of 1,789 cities

27. North Tustin, California
> Homeownership rate: 89.2%
> Median home value: $938,900 — 46th highest of 1,789 cities
> Median monthly housing costs (w/ a mortgage): $3,573 — 51st highest of 1,789 cities
> Median monthly housing costs (no mortgage): $765 — 343rd highest of 1,789 cities (tied)
> Median household income: $149,631 — 42nd highest of 1,789 cities

26. Prosper, Texas
> Homeownership rate: 89.3%
> Median home value: $482,700 — 273rd highest of 1,789 cities
> Median monthly housing costs (w/ a mortgage): $3,253 — 78th highest of 1,789 cities
> Median monthly housing costs (no mortgage): $1,367 — 27th highest of 1,789 cities
> Median household income: $153,777 — 34th highest of 1,789 cities

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