Special Report

States With the Highest Rent

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15. Delaware
> Median monthly rental cost: $1,150
> Share of income typically spent on rent: 29.7% (12th highest — tied)
> Rental occupied housing units: 28.6% (5th lowest)
> Median home value: $258,300 (17th highest)

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14. Nevada
> Median monthly rental cost: $1,159
> Share of income typically spent on rent: 30.0% (10th highest)
> Rental occupied housing units: 42.9% (3rd highest)
> Median home value: $290,200 (11th highest)

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13. Oregon
> Median monthly rental cost: $1,173
> Share of income typically spent on rent: 30.3% (8th highest — tied)
> Rental occupied housing units: 37.2% (9th highest)
> Median home value: $336,700 (7th highest)

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12. Connecticut
> Median monthly rental cost: $1,201
> Share of income typically spent on rent: 30.8% (5th highest — tied)
> Rental occupied housing units: 33.9% (18th highest)
> Median home value: $279,700 (13th highest)

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11. Florida
> Median monthly rental cost: $1,218
> Share of income typically spent on rent: 33.3% (the highest)
> Rental occupied housing units: 33.8% (20th highest)
> Median home value: $232,000 (22nd highest)

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