Median selling prices
Prices for November 2018
|State Name||Total Sales Median Price|
|District of Columbia||539,950.00|
The Western states remained the most expensive part of the country to buy a home at the end of 2018.1 Hawaii (median price of $580,000), California ($477,000) and Colorado ($351,500) led the pack. This may indicate that inventory is not keeping up with demand. It remains uncertain if that will change as five-year projections show Nevada may become the seventh Western state with a median home price over $300,000 by 2023.
Homes in many states in the Midwest, Southeast and the Plains are below $200,000. The two most affordable states, possibly due to low demand, are West Virginia ($123,600) and Oklahoma ($125,000). Nationally, the median home price is $222,000.
1Source data: CoreLogic®
Data date: 2/14/19
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