The U.S. economic recovery and continued growth have had many positive effects on the nation and the population.
For at least one group, however, the improving economy has had a negative impact — for potential homebuyers.
Along with incomes and low unemployment, the housing market continues to grow.
Of course, housing markets are different from one another.
To determine the county with the most expensive housing market in every state, 24/7 Wall Street reviewed median home values of 3,119 counties and county equivalents as of the second quarter of 2017 from the National Association of Realtors.
In California, the most expensive market has a median value in excess of $1 million.
In other states, the most expensive market barely tops $200,000.
homes valued $1,000,000+: 6.4% More: American cities with the most property crime in every state Most expensive housing market: Carver County Median home price: $329,383 Median mortgage payment: $1,331 Median household income: $88,638 (State: $65,599) Pct.
homes valued $1,000,000+: 3.9% More: Cities where crime is soaring in every state Most expensive housing market: New York County Median home price: $932,366 Median mortgage payment: $3,768 Median household income: $75,513 (State: $62,909) Pct.
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