United States: housing price and price/m²

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Housing price details

The median price of an apartment for sale is $5,425. That means there are as many properties more expensive than $5,425 as cheaper. As for houses for sale, the median price is $2,699.
Apartments
Number of roomsMedian price
Studio$6,075
2 pièces$4,164
3 pièces$6,081
4 pièces$7,560
5 pièces$5,807
Houses
Number of roomsMedian price
4 pièces$2,841
5 pièces$3,059
6 pièces$2,684
7 pièces$2,464
8 pièces$2,320

United States: all details of housing price

LocationPrice per m² – apartmentsPrice per m² – houses
Florida
$4,434
-2%
$2,773
California
$7,339
-1%
$6,404
+1%
New York
$13,887
$4,499
+2%
Texas
$3,661
+1%
$2,227
+1%
Washington
$6,187
+2%
$3,796
+3%
Georgia
$3,663
-2%
$2,307
-1%
Illinois
$3,832
+1%
$2,097
+2%
Arizona
$3,489
+2%
$2,653
+2%
Pennsylvania
$3,858
+1%
$2,165
+1%
Colorado
$4,104
-2%
$3,845
New Jersey
$5,905
+1%
$2,778
+2%
North Carolina
$4,009
$2,584
+1%
Indiana
$1,833
+2%
$1,730
+1%
Tennessee
$5,694
-3%
$2,645
+1%
South Carolina
$3,177
-2%
$1,993
Oregon
$4,184
-3%
$3,254
+1%
Massachusetts
$7,940
+1%
$5,205
Virginia
$3,840
-2%
$2,581
+2%
Michigan
$1,774
-1%
$1,556
Utah
$5,904
+9%
$3,157
Ohio
$1,284
+2%
$1,114
+3%
Nevada
$2,773
+1%
$2,942
Maryland
$2,941
$2,550
+2%
Missouri
$2,489
$1,544
+2%
Connecticut
$2,714
-1%
$3,380
+1%
Hawaii
$11,344
$7,955
-1%
Wisconsin
$2,400
-1%
$2,010
+2%
Louisiana
$1,207
-10%
$1,279
Arkansas
$1,341
+2%
$1,515
District of Columbia
$6,444
-1%
$5,541
Alabama
$5,844
-24%
$1,500
Idaho
$6,680
-4%
$3,648
-1%
Oklahoma
$1,338
-1%
$1,561
+1%
New Mexico
$3,250
$2,128
+1%
Nebraska
$2,457
-2%
$1,828
Montana
$4,431
-6%
$3,653
Minnesota
$3,053
+5%
$2,298
+2%
Kentucky
$1,958
$1,582
+1%
Kansas
$1,466
-10%
$1,794
+3%
Iowa
$1,930
+3%
$1,601
-4%
Maine
$3,613
$2,680
-1%
Delaware
$2,474
-4%
$2,415
-1%
Mississippi
$3,181
-11%
$1,589
+1%
Rhode Island
$2,724
+4%
$3,600
-1%
Wyoming
$15,838
+5%
$3,920
-3%
West VirginiaNot enough listings
$1,388
+2%
New Hampshire
$3,467
$2,989
+3%
North Dakota
$1,292
+1%
$1,480
+1%
South Dakota
$2,211
+3%
$2,288
-3%
Vermont
$3,339
-1%
$2,901
+3%
AlaskaNot enough listings
$2,698
+1%

The most expensive locations in United States

LocationPrice per m² – apartmentsPrice per m² – houses
Wailea-Makena
$26,618
-3%
Not enough listings
Kihei
$15,657
-5%
$29,469
-1%
Basalt
$14,793
$12,960
-2%
San Francisco
$11,125
+1%
$10,096
Glenwood Landing
$11,088
+2%
Not enough listings
Los Angeles
$8,048
-2%
$9,412
+2%
Coeur d'Alene
$7,675
$3,691
+5%
Scottsdale
$5,717
+10%
$6,132
Philadelphia
$4,402
$2,661
+2%
Bozeman
$4,144
+3%
$4,678

The most affordable locations in United States

LocationPrice per m² – apartmentsPrice per m² – houses
Palm Springs
$1,570
-8%
Not enough listings
Lauderhill
$1,699
-1%
Not enough listings
Mount Vernon
$2,479
+7%
$3,061
+2%
Aurora
$2,907
-1%
$2,780
Englewood
$3,113
-1%
$3,604
+4%
Vancouver
$3,310
+14%
$3,224
+2%
Stamford
$3,444
-3%
$3,529
Butte
$4,034
$2,101
+3%
Bozeman
$4,144
+3%
$4,678
Philadelphia
$4,402
$2,661
+2%

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