United States: housing price and price/m²

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Housing price details

The median price of an apartment for sale is $5,643. That means there are as many properties more expensive than $5,643 as cheaper. As for houses for sale, the median price is $2,659.
Apartments
Number of roomsMedian price
Studio$6,145
2 pièces$4,405
3 pièces$6,686
4 pièces$7,973
5 pièces$6,300
Houses
Number of roomsMedian price
4 pièces$2,776
5 pièces$3,017
6 pièces$2,612
7 pièces$2,371
8 pièces$2,261

United States: all details of housing price

LocationPrice per m² – apartmentsPrice per m² – houses
Florida
$4,560
-1%
$2,742
-1%
New York
$13,691
+1%
$4,298
+3%
California
$7,335
-1%
$6,345
-2%
Texas
$3,550
-1%
$2,204
Washington
$5,975
+2%
$3,675
-1%
Georgia
$3,789
$2,429
-1%
Illinois
$3,698
+1%
$2,014
-1%
Arizona
$3,423
+2%
$2,544
-2%
Pennsylvania
$3,808
+1%
$2,118
Colorado
$6,672
+1%
$3,824
-1%
New Jersey
$5,732
+4%
$2,696
-2%
Indiana
$1,783
$1,686
North Carolina
$3,942
+1%
$2,510
Oregon
$4,386
-1%
$3,215
Tennessee
$6,558
+3%
$2,568
+1%
South Carolina
$3,274
-1%
$1,993
-1%
Michigan
$1,792
-2%
$1,563
-3%
Utah
$4,779
+12%
$3,072
+1%
Massachusetts
$7,704
+1%
$5,166
Ohio
$1,246
+2%
$1,079
-3%
Virginia
$3,991
+2%
$2,513
Nevada
$2,708
+2%
$2,896
+1%
Louisiana
$1,446
$1,277
-1%
Connecticut
$2,762
-1%
$3,219
+2%
Missouri
$2,416
+3%
$1,509
-2%
Maryland
$2,873
+1%
$2,473
Hawaii
$10,835
+7%
$7,955
Wisconsin
$2,452
+1%
$1,954
+1%
Idaho
$7,065
-2%
$3,656
-1%
Arkansas
$1,342
$1,524
+1%
Alabama
$7,634
+103%
$1,487
-1%
New Mexico
$3,557
-5%
$2,109
Oklahoma
$1,547
+15%
$1,507
Nebraska
$2,694
-4%
$1,802
+1%
District of Columbia
$6,483
$5,619
-2%
Montana
$4,819
-2%
$3,601
Minnesota
$2,767
+3%
$2,220
Kentucky
$1,940
+6%
$1,528
Kansas
$1,866
-4%
$1,732
Maine
$3,421
+1%
$2,718
-5%
Iowa
$1,717
+3%
$1,717
-5%
Delaware
$2,692
-3%
$2,442
+2%
Mississippi
$3,531
+8%
$1,488
+3%
Rhode Island
$2,481
+1%
$3,678
-1%
Wyoming
$12,041
+1%
$4,105
West Virginia
$1,074
-54%
$1,301
+2%
New Hampshire
$3,281
+6%
$2,792
North DakotaNot enough listings
$1,453
+1%
South Dakota
$2,262
-4%
$2,272
+3%
Vermont
$3,008
+5%
$2,785
+4%
AlaskaNot enough listings
$2,555
+2%

The most expensive locations in United States

LocationPrice per m² – apartmentsPrice per m² – houses
Palm Beach
$14,707
+5%
$35,677
+3%
Park City
$13,365
+10%
$10,917
+3%
Portsmouth
$9,300
+1%
Not enough listings
Walnut Creek
$5,962
-2%
$6,885
-3%
Richmond
$5,877
$5,672
+2%
Hollywood
$4,483
+4%
$4,247
-2%
Bethesda
$4,314
+18%
$4,928
+2%
Fort Walton Beach
$3,996
+4%
$2,341
-2%
Doral
$3,919
$3,858
Bozeman
$3,873
+1%
$4,501
+5%

The most affordable locations in United States

LocationPrice per m² – apartmentsPrice per m² – houses
Stuart
$2,221
-1%
$3,541
Vancouver
$2,914
-6%
$3,157
+3%
Estero
$3,319
+1%
$2,249
+3%
Bozeman
$3,873
+1%
$4,501
+5%
Doral
$3,919
$3,858
Fort Walton Beach
$3,996
+4%
$2,341
-2%
Bethesda
$4,314
+18%
$4,928
+2%
Hollywood
$4,483
+4%
$4,247
-2%
Richmond
$5,877
$5,672
+2%
Walnut Creek
$5,962
-2%
$6,885
-3%

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