Special Report

States With the Highest Rent

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40. Montana
> Median monthly rental cost: $836
> Share of income typically spent on rent: 27.7% (14th lowest)
> Rental occupied housing units: 31.5% (17th lowest)
> Median home value: $244,900 (18th highest)

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39. Missouri
> Median monthly rental cost: $843
> Share of income typically spent on rent: 27.6% (13th lowest)
> Rental occupied housing units: 32.9% (22nd lowest)
> Median home value: $163,600 (12th lowest)

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38. Indiana
> Median monthly rental cost: $844
> Share of income typically spent on rent: 28.3% (18th lowest)
> Rental occupied housing units: 30.5% (13th lowest)
> Median home value: $148,900 (6th lowest)

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37. Wyoming
> Median monthly rental cost: $853
> Share of income typically spent on rent: 26.3% (3rd lowest — tied)
> Rental occupied housing units: 29.0% (9th lowest)
> Median home value: $228,000 (24th highest)

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36. Nebraska
> Median monthly rental cost: $857
> Share of income typically spent on rent: 26.3% (3rd lowest — tied)
> Rental occupied housing units: 33.8% (19th highest)
> Median home value: $164,000 (13th lowest)

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