Special Report

Big Cities Where The Fewest People Rent Their Homes

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50. Peoria, IL
> Rental occupied housing units: 27.9%
> Median rental cost: $776 — 61st lowest of 384 metros (tied)
> Median home value: $133,600 — 54th lowest of 384 metros
> Median household income: $60,094 — 171st highest of 384 metros

49. Kokomo, IN
> Rental occupied housing units: 27.9%
> Median rental cost: $743 — 33rd lowest of 384 metros
> Median home value: $113,900 — 17th lowest of 384 metros
> Median household income: $56,387 — 158th lowest of 384 metros

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48. Duluth, MN-WI
> Rental occupied housing units: 27.7%
> Median rental cost: $794 — 81st lowest of 384 metros
> Median home value: $162,700 — 156th lowest of 384 metros
> Median household income: $58,729 — 189th lowest of 384 metros

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47. Wausau-Weston, WI
> Rental occupied housing units: 27.7%
> Median rental cost: $767 — 52nd lowest of 384 metros (tied)
> Median home value: $158,200 — 138th lowest of 384 metros
> Median household income: $62,237 — 134th highest of 384 metros

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46. Charleston, WV
> Rental occupied housing units: 27.5%
> Median rental cost: $728 — 27th lowest of 384 metros
> Median home value: $110,100 — 15th lowest of 384 metros
> Median household income: $46,099 — 16th lowest of 384 metros

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