United States: housing price and price/m²

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Housing price details

The median price of an apartment for sale is $5,393/m². That means there are as many properties more expensive than $5,393/m² as cheaper. As for houses for sale, the median price is $2,772/m².
Apartments
Number of roomsMedian price
Studio$6,000/m²
2 pièces$4,175/m²
3 pièces$5,879/m²
4 pièces$7,779/m²
5 pièces$5,870/m²
Houses
Number of roomsMedian price
4 pièces$2,948/m²
5 pièces$3,153/m²
6 pièces$2,756/m²
7 pièces$2,481/m²
8 pièces$2,377/m²

United States: all details of housing price

LocationPrice per m² – apartmentsPrice per m² – houses
Florida
$4,282/m²
-2%
$2,720/m²
-2%
California
$7,349/m²
$6,756/m²
+2%
New York
$13,974/m²
$4,369/m²
-2%
Texas
$3,651/m²
-1%
$2,264/m²
Washington
$6,137/m²
-1%
$4,018/m²
+3%
Georgia
$3,466/m²
-3%
$2,264/m²
-1%
Illinois
$3,807/m²
-1%
$2,203/m²
+2%
Colorado
$4,106/m²
-1%
$3,732/m²
-2%
Pennsylvania
$3,979/m²
+2%
$2,257/m²
+2%
New Jersey
$5,814/m²
-1%
$2,921/m²
+2%
Arizona
$3,423/m²
-2%
$2,683/m²
North Carolina
$4,084/m²
$2,658/m²
+1%
Massachusetts
$7,952/m²
$5,171/m²
-1%
Tennessee
$5,076/m²
-7%
$2,628/m²
-1%
Oregon
$4,273/m²
+1%
$3,332/m²
+1%
Indiana
$1,864/m²
$1,755/m²
South Carolina
$3,084/m²
-2%
$2,013/m²
Virginia
$3,828/m²
+1%
$2,705/m²
+2%
Michigan
$1,959/m²
+7%
$1,647/m²
+4%
Utah
$5,257/m²
-7%
$3,085/m²
-2%
Maryland
$2,837/m²
-2%
$2,655/m²
+2%
Ohio
$1,398/m²
+6%
$1,229/m²
+6%
Nevada
$2,829/m²
+2%
$2,967/m²
Connecticut
$2,667/m²
-3%
$3,466/m²
+2%
Missouri
$2,460/m²
-1%
$1,648/m²
+3%
Hawaii
$10,738/m²
-2%
$7,877/m²
Wisconsin
$2,378/m²
-1%
$2,074/m²
+2%
Idaho
$6,407/m²
$3,677/m²
Arkansas
$1,428/m²
+9%
$1,517/m²
Louisiana
$902/m²
-12%
$1,281/m²
-1%
District of Columbia
$6,464/m²
$5,657/m²
+1%
New Mexico
$3,155/m²
$2,188/m²
+1%
Oklahoma
$1,351/m²
+4%
$1,612/m²
+1%
Alabama
$1,958/m²
$1,570/m²
+2%
Nebraska
$2,682/m²
+9%
$1,831/m²
Montana
$4,352/m²
-1%
$3,641/m²
-1%
Minnesota
$3,005/m²
-2%
$2,418/m²
+2%
Kansas
$2,167/m²
+20%
$1,843/m²
+1%
Kentucky
$1,945/m²
-1%
$1,644/m²
+3%
Iowa
$1,957/m²
-3%
$1,620/m²
+2%
Maine
$3,678/m²
+2%
$2,762/m²
+2%
Delaware
$2,431/m²
$2,434/m²
+1%
Rhode Island
$3,408/m²
+11%
$3,633/m²
+1%
New Hampshire
$3,494/m²
$3,041/m²
-1%
Wyoming
$16,481/m²
+1%
$3,679/m²
-3%
Mississippi
$2,382/m²
-13%
$1,544/m²
-2%
West VirginiaNot enough listings
$1,447/m²
+1%
North Dakota
$1,346/m²
+3%
$1,571/m²
+4%
Vermont
$3,139/m²
-7%
$2,885/m²
-1%
South Dakota
$2,210/m²
-3%
$2,255/m²
-2%
AlaskaNot enough listings
$2,670/m²
-3%

The most expensive locations in United States

LocationPrice per m² – apartmentsPrice per m² – houses
Boston
$10,809/m²
-2%
$8,044/m²
-17%
Princeville
$10,808/m²
-3%
$12,506/m²
+6%
Redwood City
$9,081/m²
-3%
$11,892/m²
Siesta Key
$8,121/m²
-2%
$10,744/m²
Sanibel
$8,061/m²
$6,720/m²
-2%
Vero Beach
$4,405/m²
-1%
$4,547/m²
-3%
Reston
$4,402/m²
+2%
$3,726/m²
-3%
Kalispell
$4,193/m²
-1%
$3,553/m²
+6%
Rancho Mirage
$3,736/m²
-1%
$5,235/m²
-1%
Miramar
$3,418/m²
-2%
$3,644/m²

The most affordable locations in United States

LocationPrice per m² – apartmentsPrice per m² – houses
Lauderdale Lakes
$1,862/m²
-2%
Not enough listings
Boynton Beach
$2,135/m²
-2%
$2,788/m²
-2%
Palm Coast
$3,311/m²
-2%
$2,689/m²
-6%
Miramar
$3,418/m²
-2%
$3,644/m²
Rancho Mirage
$3,736/m²
-1%
$5,235/m²
-1%
Kalispell
$4,193/m²
-1%
$3,553/m²
+6%
Reston
$4,402/m²
+2%
$3,726/m²
-3%
Vero Beach
$4,405/m²
-1%
$4,547/m²
-3%
Sanibel
$8,061/m²
$6,720/m²
-2%
Siesta Key
$8,121/m²
-2%
$10,744/m²

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