How Much Have Housing Costs Increased in Each State Since 2005?



The median monthly housing costs in the US has risen from $845 in 2005 to $1009, an increase of 19.4%. This nationwide trend isn’t indicative of how much the cost has changed in each state though. The visualization below, allows you to see how much the median monthly housing costs has changed in every state.


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Data Notes

The data for this visualization comes from the American Community Survey which is completed by the US Census Bureau. The data tables where found at American Fact Finder and are found under Table B25105. The tables from 2005 to 2015 were used for each state and the national totals. Excel was used to compile the data and Tableau was used to create the visualization.

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