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As of 2010-2014, median price of a house in Dayton is $136,700, which is much lower than the state average of $257,200 and is lower than the national average of $175,700. The Dayton median house value has grown by 73.70% since 2000. The growth rate for the price of a house in Dayton is higher than the state average rate of 52.82% and is higher than the national average rate of 46.91%. The median year that a house in Dayton was built is 1943, which is older than the median year for a house built in the state which is 1980 and is older than the median year for a house built in the USA which is 1976.

Topics:House ValueHousing OccupancyYear Structure BuiltMortgage StatusMortgage Owner's CostsNone-Mortgage Owner's CostsUnits in StructureRoomsBedroomsHouse Heating FuelGross RentVehicle Available

House Value

Median Value of a Total of 863 Owner Occupied Houses in Dayton, WA, #459
Dayton, WA
136,700 USD
Washington
257,200 USD
U.S.
175,700 USD
Median House Price Growth Since 2000, #92
Dayton, WA
73.70%
Washington
52.82%
U.S.
46.91%
Ranks: $50K or Less, $50-100K, $100-150K, $150-200K, $200-300K, $300-500K, $500-1M, $1M or More

*Based on 2010-2014 data. View historical house value data.

Housing Occupancy

 Dayton, WAWashingtonU.S.
Total Housing Units1,276, see rank, 100%2,921,364132,741,033
Occupied Housing Units1,192, 93.42%, see rank90.55%87.55%
Owner Occupied863, 67.63%, see rank56.77%56.34%
Renter Occupied329, 25.78%, see rank33.78%31.21%
Vacant Housing Units84, 6.58%, see rank9.45%12.45%
For Rent5, 0.39%, see rank1.80%2.34%
For Sale Only0, 0.00%, see rank1.09%1.20%
Rented or Sold, Not Occupied0, 0.00%, see rank0.74%0.92%
For Seasonal, Recreational, or Occasional Use17, 1.33%, see rank3.19%3.97%
For Migrant Workers0, 0.00%, see rank0.03%0.03%
Other Vacant62, 4.86%, see rank2.59%4.00%

*Based on 2010-2014 data. View historical housing occupancy data.

Year Structure Built

Median Built Year, #581
Dayton, WAWashingtonU.S.
194319801976

Ranks: 1995 or earlier, 1960-1969, 1970-1979, 1980-1989, 1990-2000, 2000-2010

*Based on 2010-2014 data. View historical year structure built data.

Mortgage Status

 Dayton, WA%WashingtonU.S.
Owner-Occupied Units863100%1,658,54074,787,460
With a Mortgage48255.85%, see rank70.72%65.58%
Without a Mortgage38144.15%, see rank29.28%34.42%

*Based on 2010-2014 data. View historical mortgage status data.

Monthly Owner Costs for Housing Units with a Mortgage


Median Owner Costs, see rank
Dayton, WA
1,099 USD
Washington
1,764 USD
U.S.
1,522 USD

Owner Costs Distribution
Monthly Owner CostsDayton, WA%WashingtonU.S.
$299 or Less00.00%, see rank0.23%0.20%
$300 to $499112.28%, see rank0.99%1.59%
$500 to $6997415.35%, see rank2.61%5.01%
$700 to $99910822.41%, see rank8.20%14.32%
$1,000 to $1,49921344.19%, see rank24.12%27.90%
$1,500 to $1,9996212.86%, see rank25.18%20.35%
$2,000 to $2,999142.90%, see rank26.99%19.52%
$3,000 or More00.00%, see rank11.68%11.12%

Owner Cost as a Percentage of the Total Income, Median Percentage, see rank
Dayton, WA
24.40% of the Total Income
Washington
24.90% of the Total Income
U.S.
23.70% of the Total Income

Owner Cost as a Percentage of the Total Income, Distribution
 Dayton, WA%WashingtonU.S.
10% or Less7114.73%, see rank4.79%5.86%
10% to 20%13026.97%, see rank28.34%31.95%
20% to 30%12125.10%, see rank30.04%27.64%
30% to 40%7214.94%, see rank15.82%13.74%
40% or More8818.26%, see rank20.55%20.29%

*Based on 2010-2014 data. View historical monthly owner costs for housing units with a mortgage data.

Monthly Owner Costs for Housing Units without a Mortgage


Median Owner Costs, see rank
Dayton, WA
390 USD
Washington
509 USD
U.S.
457 USD

Owner Costs Distribution
Monthly Owner CostsDayton, WA%WashingtonU.S.
$199 or Less164.20%, see rank6.36%7.76%
$200 to $299277.09%, see rank10.10%14.70%
$300 to $49924664.57%, see rank32.25%34.63%
$500 to $6996918.11%, see rank27.26%21.16%
$700 or More236.04%, see rank24.02%21.75%

Owner Cost as a Percentage of the Total Income, Median Percentage, see rank
Dayton, WA
14.00% of the Total Income
Washington
12.00% of the Total Income
U.S.
12.30% of the Total Income

Owner Cost as a Percentage of the Total Income, Distribution
 Dayton, WA%WashingtonU.S.
10% or Less11429.92%, see rank41.38%40.19%
10% to 20%13234.65%, see rank32.56%31.47%
20% to 30%7118.64%, see rank11.58%12.24%
30% to 40%123.15%, see rank5.08%5.64%
40% or More5213.65%, see rank8.32%9.16%

*Based on 2010-2014 data. View historical monthly owner costs for housing units without a mortgage data.

Units in Structure

 Dayton, WAWashingtonU.S.
Total Housing Units1,276, 100%2,921,364132,741,033
1-unit, Detached1,070, 83.86%, see rank63.44%61.65%
1-unit, Attached0, 0.00%, see rank3.63%5.82%
2 Units26, 2.04%, see rank2.63%3.75%
3 or 4 Units26, 2.04%, see rank3.76%4.43%
5 to 9 Units65, 5.09%, see rank4.76%4.78%
10 or More Units22, 1.72%, see rank14.55%13.08%
Mobile Home, Boat, RV, Van, etc.67, 5.25%, see rank7.22%6.49%

*Based on 2010-2014 data. View historical units in structure data.

Rooms

 Dayton, WAWashingtonU.S.
Total Housing Units1,276, 100%2,921,364132,741,033
1 Room13, 1.02%, see rank2.33%1.95%
2 Rooms2, 0.16%, see rank3.74%2.48%
3 Rooms158, 12.38%, see rank9.41%9.13%
4 Rooms164, 12.85%, see rank16.24%16.60%
5 Rooms216, 16.93%, see rank18.01%20.41%
6 Rooms239, 18.73%, see rank16.48%18.06%
7 Rooms179, 14.03%, see rank12.37%12.27%
8 Rooms187, 14.66%, see rank9.01%8.48%
9 Rooms or More118, 9.25%, see rank12.40%10.60%
Median Rooms5.90, see rank5.505.50

*Based on 2010-2014 data. View historical rooms data.

Bedrooms

 Dayton, WAWashingtonU.S.
Total Housing Units1,276, 100%2,921,364132,741,033
No Bedroom15, 1.18%, see rank2.68%2.17%
1 Bedroom190, 14.89%, see rank11.98%11.16%
2 Bedrooms347, 27.19%, see rank26.31%26.69%
3 Bedrooms390, 30.56%, see rank37.85%39.70%
4 Bedrooms278, 21.79%, see rank16.58%16.05%
5 or More Bedrooms56, 4.39%, see rank4.60%4.22%

*Based on 2010-2014 data. View historical bedrooms data.

House Heating Fuel

 Dayton, WAWashingtonU.S.
Total Housing Units1,192, 100%2,645,396116,211,092
Utility Gas8, 0.67%, see rank35.08%48.85%
Bottled, Tank, or LP Gas13, 1.09%, see rank3.08%4.86%
Electricity854, 71.64%, see rank53.93%36.68%
Fuel Oil, Kerosene, etc.194, 16.28%, see rank2.50%5.86%
Coal or Coke0, 0.00%, see rank0.01%0.12%
Wood92, 7.72%, see rank4.39%2.12%
Solar Energy4, 0.34%, see rank0.03%0.05%
Other Fuel22, 1.85%, see rank0.63%0.47%
No Fuel Used5, 0.42%, see rank0.36%1.00%

*Based on 2010-2014 data. View historical house heating fuel data.

Gross Rent

Monthly RentalDayton, WAWashingtonU.S.
Occupied Units Paying Rent304, 100%947,89639,201,928
$199 or Less0, 0.00%, see rank1.39%1.50%
$200 to $29910, 3.29%, see rank2.49%3.18%
$300 to $49935, 11.51%, see rank4.91%7.37%
$500 to $69974, 24.34%, see rank11.75%16.01%
$700 to $999148, 48.68%, see rank29.99%29.17%
$1,000 to $1,49937, 12.17%, see rank31.43%26.88%
$1,500 to $1,9990, 0.00%, see rank12.13%9.79%
$2,000 or More0, 0.00%, see rank5.91%6.10%
Median$728, see rank$995$920

*Based on 2010-2014 data. View historical gross rent data.

Vehicle Available

 Dayton, WAWashingtonU.S.
Occupied Housing Units1,192, 100%2,645,396116,211,092
No Vehicles Available61, 5.12%, see rank6.97%9.12%
1 Vehicles Available378, 31.71%, see rank30.97%33.80%
2 Vehicles Available481, 40.35%, see rank38.05%37.48%
3 or More Vehicles Available272, 22.82%, see rank24.01%19.61%

*Based on 2010-2014 data. View historical vehicle available data.


 
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