A geographical look at how median home value compares to median household income in each US county.
Browsing: Housing Data
A look at what how the average size of a family differs in each state.
An interactive look at how what people earn in each U.S. county compares to the value of their homes.
A look at how the median rent of each county in the US compares with the median income.
This visualization looks at how the number of households that people rent or buy differs by state.
This visualization looks at how the decision to rent or buy may have something to do with age.
The ACS estimates that approximately 3.3% of households are on lots of 10 acres or more. This visualization looks at the data by state to show which have the most households with this amount of acreage.
Renters in the US spend on average 30.3% of their household income on rent. Since this can differ by state we created this visualization to show the percentage by state.
A quick look at the changes and trends in the total amount of housing costs in America.
Housing costs have risen 19.4% since 2005 nationwide. Like most trends though, the data is different in every state. This visualization lets you see all the state trends in one spot.