Median Home Value (in 2011 inflation adjusted dollars)
2011* 2000 1990 1980 1970 1960 1950 1940
United States $186,200 $156,676 $136,052 $128,856 $98,600 $90,440 $68,613 $47,214
Alabama $120,800 $111,481 $92,364 $92,547 $70,760 $65,360 $41,733 $25,873
Alaska $235,100 $188,902 $162,368 $208,299 $131,660 $69,160 $32,440 NA
Arizona $197,400 $158,903 $137,772 $149,604 $94,540 $84,360 $55,374 $22,498
Arkansas $105,100 $95,368 $79,636 $84,903 $60,900 $50,920 $38,132 $17,677
California $421,600 $277,065 $336,260 $230,685 $133,980 $114,760 $89,232 $56,679
Colorado $236,700 $218,246 $142,244 $174,993 $100,340 $93,480 $66,719 $33,602
Connecticut $293,100 $218,639 $305,816 $179,088 $147,900 $126,920 $110,672 $74,163
Delaware $244,100 $170,824 $172,172 $121,212 $99,180 $94,240 $84,707 $66,835
Dist. of Columbia $442,600 $205,932 $213,108 $187,824 $123,540 $117,040 $135,266 $121,618
Florida $188,600 $138,205 $132,612 $123,123 $87,000 $89,680 $61,690 $35,643
Georgia $160,200 $145,672 $122,636 $100,737 $84,680 $72,200 $48,843 $31,449
Hawaii $529,500 $357,237 $421,916 $322,413 $203,580 $158,840 $114,600 NA
Idaho $171,300 $139,253 $100,104 $124,488 $81,780 $80,560 $54,599 $25,712
Illinois $198,500 $171,348 $139,148 $144,144 $114,840 $111,720 $80,667 $52,661
Indiana $123,300 $123,533 $92,708 $101,556 $80,040 $77,520 $58,089 $38,664
Iowa $121,300 $108,075 $78,948 $110,838 $80,620 $75,240 $58,966 $36,206
Kansas $125,500 $109,385 $89,784 $103,194 $70,180 $70,680 $50,960 $27,849
Kentucky $118,700 $113,577 $86,860 $93,366 $73,080 $66,880 $49,290 $33,329
Louisiana $135,400 $111,350 $100,620 $117,390 $84,680 $81,320 $47,966 $22,723
Maine $176,600 $129,297 $150,328 $103,467 $74,240 $66,880 $45,306 $32,269
Maryland $319,800 $191,260 $200,380 $159,159 $108,460 $90,440 $74,948 $48,708
Massachusetts $343,500 $243,267 $280,016 $132,132 $119,480 $104,880 $85,314 $61,661
Michigan $137,300 $151,436 $104,232 $106,470 $101,500 $91,200 $69,938 $46,008
Minnesota $201,400 $160,344 $127,280 $144,963 $104,400 $97,280 $72,830 $48,596
Mississippi $99,200 $93,534 $78,432 $85,722 $64,960 $60,040 $38,803 $19,107
Missouri $138,900 $117,769 $102,856 $100,191 $83,520 $82,840 $59,703 $38,439
Montana $179,900 $130,345 $97,352 $126,945 $81,200 $82,840 $54,086 $26,532
Nebraska $125,400 $115,280 $86,688 $103,740 $71,920 $71,440 $55,215 $34,647
Nevada $225,400 $186,020 $164,604 $187,551 $129,920 $115,520 $82,654 $31,931
New Hampshire $250,000 $174,623 $222,568 $131,040 $95,120 $81,320 $57,837 $40,255
New Jersey $349,100 $223,748 $279,156 $164,346 $135,720 $118,560 $97,107 $72,765
New Mexico $161,800 $141,611 $120,572 $123,669 $75,400 $81,320 $53,153 $10,542
New York $301,000 $194,797 $226,352 $124,488 $130,500 $116,280 $94,718 $70,531
North Carolina $152,700 $141,873 $113,176 $98,280 $74,240 $60,800 $45,726 $28,958
North Dakota $118,200 $97,464 $87,376 $119,847 $75,400 $74,480 $50,345 $26,130
Ohio $135,600 $135,847 $109,220 $122,577 $102,080 $101,840 $77,476 $54,879
Oklahoma $108,400 $92,617 $82,732 $97,188 $64,380 $60,040 $48,777 $20,779
Oregon $252,600 $199,251 $115,412 $155,337 $89,320 $79,800 $63,873 $37,652
Pennsylvania $163,200 $127,070 $119,884 $106,743 $78,880 $77,520 $65,235 $51,504
Rhode Island $270,600 $174,230 $229,620 $127,764 $105,560 $93,480 $91,126 $61,837
South Carolina $137,000 $124,319 $105,092 $95,823 $75,400 $57,000 $47,695 $34,470
South Dakota $127,000 $104,276 $77,744 $99,918 $66,120 $66,880 $50,475 $26,001
Tennessee $137,200 $121,830 $100,448 $97,188 $72,500 $63,080 $49,150 $29,344
Texas $126,400 $108,075 $102,512 $106,743 $69,600 $66,880 $54,161 $27,207
Utah $221,300 $191,391 $118,508 $156,429 $97,440 $95,760 $69,126 $37,282
Vermont $213,000 $146,065 $164,260 $115,206 $95,120 $73,720 $58,564 $45,575
Virginia $254,600 $164,274 $156,520 $131,040 $99,180 $82,080 $61,401 $42,312
Washington $283,200 $220,473 $160,648 $163,527 $107,300 $88,920 $66,887 $37,909
West Virginia $96,500 $95,368 $82,388 $105,105 $65,540 $57,760 $51,063 $37,765
Wisconsin $169,700 $146,982 $107,500 $132,678 $100,340 $95,760 $73,959 $51,938
Wyoming $181,900 $126,546 $105,952 $163,254 $88,740 $93,480 $63,547 $34,936
Median Home Value (in current dollars)
2011* 2000 1990 1980 1970 1960 1950 1940
United States $186,200 $119,600 $79,100 $47,200 $17,000 $11,900 $7,354 $2,938
Alabama $120,800 $85,100 $53,700 $33,900 $12,200 $8,600 $4,473 $1,610
Alaska $235,100 $144,200 $94,400 $76,300 $22,700 $9,100 $3,477 NA
Arizona $197,400 $121,300 $80,100 $54,800 $16,300 $11,100 $5,935 $1,400
Arkansas $105,100 $72,800 $46,300 $31,100 $10,500 $6,700 $4,087 $1,100
California $421,600 $211,500 $195,500 $84,500 $23,100 $15,100 $9,564 $3,527
Colorado $236,700 $166,600 $82,700 $64,100 $17,300 $12,300 $7,151 $2,091
Connecticut $293,100 $166,900 $177,800 $65,600 $25,500 $16,700 $11,862 $4,615
Delaware $244,100 $130,400 $100,100 $44,400 $17,100 $12,400 $9,079 $4,159
Dist. of Columbia $442,600 $157,200 $123,900 $68,800 $21,300 $15,400 $14,498 $7,568
Florida $188,600 $105,500 $77,100 $45,100 $15,000 $11,800 $6,612 $2,218
Georgia $160,200 $111,200 $71,300 $36,900 $14,600 $9,500 $5,235 $1,957
Hawaii $529,500 $272,700 $245,300 $118,100 $35,100 $20,900 $12,283 NA
Idaho $171,300 $106,300 $58,200 $45,600 $14,100 $10,600 $5,852 $1,600
Illinois $198,500 $130,800 $80,900 $52,800 $19,800 $14,700 $8,646 $3,277
Indiana $123,300 $94,300 $53,900 $37,200 $13,800 $10,200 $6,226 $2,406
Iowa $121,300 $82,500 $45,900 $40,600 $13,900 $9,900 $6,320 $2,253
Kansas $125,500 $83,500 $52,200 $37,800 $12,100 $9,300 $5,462 $1,733
Kentucky $118,700 $86,700 $50,500 $34,200 $12,600 $8,800 $5,283 $2,074
Louisiana $135,400 $85,000 $58,500 $43,000 $14,600 $10,700 $5,141 $1,414
Maine $176,600 $98,700 $87,400 $37,900 $12,800 $8,800 $4,856 $2,008
Maryland $319,800 $146,000 $116,500 $58,300 $18,700 $11,900 $8,033 $3,031
Massachusetts $343,500 $185,700 $162,800 $48,400 $20,600 $13,800 $9,144 $3,837
Michigan $137,300 $115,600 $60,600 $39,000 $17,500 $12,000 $7,496 $2,863
Minnesota $201,400 $122,400 $74,000 $53,100 $18,000 $12,800 $7,806 $3,024
Mississippi $99,200 $71,400 $45,600 $31,400 $11,200 $7,900 $4,159 $1,189
Missouri $138,900 $89,900 $59,800 $36,700 $14,400 $10,900 $6,399 $2,392
Montana $179,900 $99,500 $56,600 $46,500 $14,000 $10,900 $5,797 $1,651
Nebraska $125,400 $88,000 $50,400 $38,000 $12,400 $9,400 $5,918 $2,156
Nevada $225,400 $142,000 $95,700 $68,700 $22,400 $15,200 $8,859 $1,987
New Hampshire $250,000 $133,300 $129,400 $48,000 $16,400 $10,700 $6,199 $2,505
New Jersey $349,100 $170,800 $162,300 $60,200 $23,400 $15,600 $10,408 $4,528
New Mexico $161,800 $108,100 $70,100 $45,300 $13,000 $10,700 $5,697 $656
New York $301,000 $148,700 $131,600 $45,600 $22,500 $15,300 $10,152 $4,389
North Carolina $152,700 $108,300 $65,800 $36,000 $12,800 $8,000 $4,901 $1,802
North Dakota $118,200 $74,400 $50,800 $43,900 $13,000 $9,800 $5,396 $1,626
Ohio $135,600 $103,700 $63,500 $44,900 $17,600 $13,400 $8,304 $3,415
Oklahoma $108,400 $70,700 $48,100 $35,600 $11,100 $7,900 $5,228 $1,293
Oregon $252,600 $152,100 $67,100 $56,900 $15,400 $10,500 $6,846 $2,343
Pennsylvania $163,200 $97,000 $69,700 $39,100 $13,600 $10,200 $6,992 $3,205
Rhode Island $270,600 $133,000 $133,500 $46,800 $18,200 $12,300 $9,767 $3,848
South Carolina $137,000 $94,900 $61,100 $35,100 $13,000 $7,500 $5,112 $2,145
South Dakota $127,000 $79,600 $45,200 $36,600 $11,400 $8,800 $5,410 $1,618
Tennessee $137,200 $93,000 $58,400 $35,600 $12,500 $8,300 $5,268 $1,826
Texas $126,400 $82,500 $59,600 $39,100 $12,000 $8,800 $5,805 $1,693
Utah $221,300 $146,100 $68,900 $57,300 $16,800 $12,600 $7,409 $2,320
Vermont $213,000 $111,500 $95,500 $42,200 $16,400 $9,700 $6,277 $2,836
Virginia $254,600 $125,400 $91,000 $48,000 $17,100 $10,800 $6,581 $2,633
Washington $283,200 $168,300 $93,400 $59,900 $18,500 $11,700 $7,169 $2,359
West Virginia $96,500 $72,800 $47,900 $38,500 $11,300 $7,600 $5,473 $2,350
Wisconsin $169,700 $112,200 $62,500 $48,600 $17,300 $12,600 $7,927 $3,232
Wyoming $181,900 $96,600 $61,600 $59,800 $15,300 $12,300 $6,811 $2,174
* 2011 are U.S. Census Bureu's 2007-2011 American Community Survey 5 year estimates.
Before 2011, these values refer to owner-occupied single-family housing units on less than 10 acres without a business or medical office on the property.
Source: U.S. Census Bureau
Median Home Value (in 2011 inflation adjusted dollars)
2011* 2000 1990 1980 1970 1960 1950 1940
United States $186,200 $156,676 $136,052 $128,856 $98,600 $90,440 $68,613 $47,214
Alabama $120,800 $111,481 $92,364 $92,547 $70,760 $65,360 $41,733 $25,873
Alaska $235,100 $188,902 $162,368 $208,299 $131,660 $69,160 $32,440 NA
Arizona $197,400 $158,903 $137,772 $149,604 $94,540 $84,360 $55,374 $22,498
Arkansas $105,100 $95,368 $79,636 $84,903 $60,900 $50,920 $38,132 $17,677
California $421,600 $277,065 $336,260 $230,685 $133,980 $114,760 $89,232 $56,679
Colorado $236,700 $218,246 $142,244 $174,993 $100,340 $93,480 $66,719 $33,602
Connecticut $293,100 $218,639 $305,816 $179,088 $147,900 $126,920 $110,672 $74,163
Delaware $244,100 $170,824 $172,172 $121,212 $99,180 $94,240 $84,707 $66,835
Dist. of Columbia $442,600 $205,932 $213,108 $187,824 $123,540 $117,040 $135,266 $121,618
Florida $188,600 $138,205 $132,612 $123,123 $87,000 $89,680 $61,690 $35,643
Georgia $160,200 $145,672 $122,636 $100,737 $84,680 $72,200 $48,843 $31,449
Hawaii $529,500 $357,237 $421,916 $322,413 $203,580 $158,840 $114,600 NA
Idaho $171,300 $139,253 $100,104 $124,488 $81,780 $80,560 $54,599 $25,712
Illinois $198,500 $171,348 $139,148 $144,144 $114,840 $111,720 $80,667 $52,661
Indiana $123,300 $123,533 $92,708 $101,556 $80,040 $77,520 $58,089 $38,664
Iowa $121,300 $108,075 $78,948 $110,838 $80,620 $75,240 $58,966 $36,206
Kansas $125,500 $109,385 $89,784 $103,194 $70,180 $70,680 $50,960 $27,849
Kentucky $118,700 $113,577 $86,860 $93,366 $73,080 $66,880 $49,290 $33,329
Louisiana $135,400 $111,350 $100,620 $117,390 $84,680 $81,320 $47,966 $22,723
Maine $176,600 $129,297 $150,328 $103,467 $74,240 $66,880 $45,306 $32,269
Maryland $319,800 $191,260 $200,380 $159,159 $108,460 $90,440 $74,948 $48,708
Massachusetts $343,500 $243,267 $280,016 $132,132 $119,480 $104,880 $85,314 $61,661
Michigan $137,300 $151,436 $104,232 $106,470 $101,500 $91,200 $69,938 $46,008
Minnesota $201,400 $160,344 $127,280 $144,963 $104,400 $97,280 $72,830 $48,596
Mississippi $99,200 $93,534 $78,432 $85,722 $64,960 $60,040 $38,803 $19,107
Missouri $138,900 $117,769 $102,856 $100,191 $83,520 $82,840 $59,703 $38,439
Montana $179,900 $130,345 $97,352 $126,945 $81,200 $82,840 $54,086 $26,532
Nebraska $125,400 $115,280 $86,688 $103,740 $71,920 $71,440 $55,215 $34,647
Nevada $225,400 $186,020 $164,604 $187,551 $129,920 $115,520 $82,654 $31,931
New Hampshire $250,000 $174,623 $222,568 $131,040 $95,120 $81,320 $57,837 $40,255
New Jersey $349,100 $223,748 $279,156 $164,346 $135,720 $118,560 $97,107 $72,765
New Mexico $161,800 $141,611 $120,572 $123,669 $75,400 $81,320 $53,153 $10,542
New York $301,000 $194,797 $226,352 $124,488 $130,500 $116,280 $94,718 $70,531
North Carolina $152,700 $141,873 $113,176 $98,280 $74,240 $60,800 $45,726 $28,958
North Dakota $118,200 $97,464 $87,376 $119,847 $75,400 $74,480 $50,345 $26,130
Ohio $135,600 $135,847 $109,220 $122,577 $102,080 $101,840 $77,476 $54,879
Oklahoma $108,400 $92,617 $82,732 $97,188 $64,380 $60,040 $48,777 $20,779
Oregon $252,600 $199,251 $115,412 $155,337 $89,320 $79,800 $63,873 $37,652
Pennsylvania $163,200 $127,070 $119,884 $106,743 $78,880 $77,520 $65,235 $51,504
Rhode Island $270,600 $174,230 $229,620 $127,764 $105,560 $93,480 $91,126 $61,837
South Carolina $137,000 $124,319 $105,092 $95,823 $75,400 $57,000 $47,695 $34,470
South Dakota $127,000 $104,276 $77,744 $99,918 $66,120 $66,880 $50,475 $26,001
Tennessee $137,200 $121,830 $100,448 $97,188 $72,500 $63,080 $49,150 $29,344
Texas $126,400 $108,075 $102,512 $106,743 $69,600 $66,880 $54,161 $27,207
Utah $221,300 $191,391 $118,508 $156,429 $97,440 $95,760 $69,126 $37,282
Vermont $213,000 $146,065 $164,260 $115,206 $95,120 $73,720 $58,564 $45,575
Virginia $254,600 $164,274 $156,520 $131,040 $99,180 $82,080 $61,401 $42,312
Washington $283,200 $220,473 $160,648 $163,527 $107,300 $88,920 $66,887 $37,909
West Virginia $96,500 $95,368 $82,388 $105,105 $65,540 $57,760 $51,063 $37,765
Wisconsin $169,700 $146,982 $107,500 $132,678 $100,340 $95,760 $73,959 $51,938
Wyoming $181,900 $126,546 $105,952 $163,254 $88,740 $93,480 $63,547 $34,936
Median Home Value (in current dollars)
2011* 2000 1990 1980 1970 1960 1950 1940
United States $186,200 $119,600 $79,100 $47,200 $17,000 $11,900 $7,354 $2,938
Alabama $120,800 $85,100 $53,700 $33,900 $12,200 $8,600 $4,473 $1,610
Alaska $235,100 $144,200 $94,400 $76,300 $22,700 $9,100 $3,477 NA
Arizona $197,400 $121,300 $80,100 $54,800 $16,300 $11,100 $5,935 $1,400
Arkansas $105,100 $72,800 $46,300 $31,100 $10,500 $6,700 $4,087 $1,100
California $421,600 $211,500 $195,500 $84,500 $23,100 $15,100 $9,564 $3,527
Colorado $236,700 $166,600 $82,700 $64,100 $17,300 $12,300 $7,151 $2,091
Connecticut $293,100 $166,900 $177,800 $65,600 $25,500 $16,700 $11,862 $4,615
Delaware $244,100 $130,400 $100,100 $44,400 $17,100 $12,400 $9,079 $4,159
Dist. of Columbia $442,600 $157,200 $123,900 $68,800 $21,300 $15,400 $14,498 $7,568
Florida $188,600 $105,500 $77,100 $45,100 $15,000 $11,800 $6,612 $2,218
Georgia $160,200 $111,200 $71,300 $36,900 $14,600 $9,500 $5,235 $1,957
Hawaii $529,500 $272,700 $245,300 $118,100 $35,100 $20,900 $12,283 NA
Idaho $171,300 $106,300 $58,200 $45,600 $14,100 $10,600 $5,852 $1,600
Illinois $198,500 $130,800 $80,900 $52,800 $19,800 $14,700 $8,646 $3,277
Indiana $123,300 $94,300 $53,900 $37,200 $13,800 $10,200 $6,226 $2,406
Iowa $121,300 $82,500 $45,900 $40,600 $13,900 $9,900 $6,320 $2,253
Kansas $125,500 $83,500 $52,200 $37,800 $12,100 $9,300 $5,462 $1,733
Kentucky $118,700 $86,700 $50,500 $34,200 $12,600 $8,800 $5,283 $2,074
Louisiana $135,400 $85,000 $58,500 $43,000 $14,600 $10,700 $5,141 $1,414
Maine $176,600 $98,700 $87,400 $37,900 $12,800 $8,800 $4,856 $2,008
Maryland $319,800 $146,000 $116,500 $58,300 $18,700 $11,900 $8,033 $3,031
Massachusetts $343,500 $185,700 $162,800 $48,400 $20,600 $13,800 $9,144 $3,837
Michigan $137,300 $115,600 $60,600 $39,000 $17,500 $12,000 $7,496 $2,863
Minnesota $201,400 $122,400 $74,000 $53,100 $18,000 $12,800 $7,806 $3,024
Mississippi $99,200 $71,400 $45,600 $31,400 $11,200 $7,900 $4,159 $1,189
Missouri $138,900 $89,900 $59,800 $36,700 $14,400 $10,900 $6,399 $2,392
Montana $179,900 $99,500 $56,600 $46,500 $14,000 $10,900 $5,797 $1,651
Nebraska $125,400 $88,000 $50,400 $38,000 $12,400 $9,400 $5,918 $2,156
Nevada $225,400 $142,000 $95,700 $68,700 $22,400 $15,200 $8,859 $1,987
New Hampshire $250,000 $133,300 $129,400 $48,000 $16,400 $10,700 $6,199 $2,505
New Jersey $349,100 $170,800 $162,300 $60,200 $23,400 $15,600 $10,408 $4,528
New Mexico $161,800 $108,100 $70,100 $45,300 $13,000 $10,700 $5,697 $656
New York $301,000 $148,700 $131,600 $45,600 $22,500 $15,300 $10,152 $4,389
North Carolina $152,700 $108,300 $65,800 $36,000 $12,800 $8,000 $4,901 $1,802
North Dakota $118,200 $74,400 $50,800 $43,900 $13,000 $9,800 $5,396 $1,626
Ohio $135,600 $103,700 $63,500 $44,900 $17,600 $13,400 $8,304 $3,415
Oklahoma $108,400 $70,700 $48,100 $35,600 $11,100 $7,900 $5,228 $1,293
Oregon $252,600 $152,100 $67,100 $56,900 $15,400 $10,500 $6,846 $2,343
Pennsylvania $163,200 $97,000 $69,700 $39,100 $13,600 $10,200 $6,992 $3,205
Rhode Island $270,600 $133,000 $133,500 $46,800 $18,200 $12,300 $9,767 $3,848
South Carolina $137,000 $94,900 $61,100 $35,100 $13,000 $7,500 $5,112 $2,145
South Dakota $127,000 $79,600 $45,200 $36,600 $11,400 $8,800 $5,410 $1,618
Tennessee $137,200 $93,000 $58,400 $35,600 $12,500 $8,300 $5,268 $1,826
Texas $126,400 $82,500 $59,600 $39,100 $12,000 $8,800 $5,805 $1,693
Utah $221,300 $146,100 $68,900 $57,300 $16,800 $12,600 $7,409 $2,320
Vermont $213,000 $111,500 $95,500 $42,200 $16,400 $9,700 $6,277 $2,836
Virginia $254,600 $125,400 $91,000 $48,000 $17,100 $10,800 $6,581 $2,633
Washington $283,200 $168,300 $93,400 $59,900 $18,500 $11,700 $7,169 $2,359
West Virginia $96,500 $72,800 $47,900 $38,500 $11,300 $7,600 $5,473 $2,350
Wisconsin $169,700 $112,200 $62,500 $48,600 $17,300 $12,600 $7,927 $3,232
Wyoming $181,900 $96,600 $61,600 $59,800 $15,300 $12,300 $6,811 $2,174
* 2011 are U.S. Census Bureu's 2007-2011 American Community Survey 5 year estimates.
Before 2011, these values refer to owner-occupied single-family housing units on less than 10 acres without a business or medical office on the property.
Source: U.S. Census Bureau