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Vermont Historical House Value Data

 

ACS 2010-2014 data

Median Value of a Total of 182,417 Owner Occupied Houses in Vermont, see rank
Vermont
216,200 USD
U.S.
175,700 USD
Ranks: $50K or Less, $50-100K, $100-150K, $150-200K, $200-300K, $300-500K, $500-1M, $1M or More

ACS 2008-2012 data

Median Value of a Total of 182,744 Owner Occupied Houses in Vermont, see rank
Vermont
215,800 USD
U.S.
181,400 USD
Ranks: $50K or Less, $50-100K, $100-150K, $150-200K, $200-300K, $300-500K, $500-1M, $1M or More

ACS 2006-2010 data

Median Value of a Total of 183,162 Owner Occupied Houses in Vermont, see rank
Vermont
208,400 USD
U.S.
188,400 USD
Ranks: $50K or Less, $50-100K, $100-150K, $150-200K, $200-300K, $300-500K, $500-1M, $1M or More

ACS 2005-2009 data

Median Value of a Total of 179,710 Owner Occupied Houses in Vermont, see rank
Vermont
200,600 USD
U.S.
185,400 USD
Ranks: $50K or Less, $50-100K, $100-150K, $150-200K, $200-300K, $300-500K, $500-1M, $1M or More

US Census 2000 data

Median Value of a Total of 105,962 Owner Occupied Houses in Vermont, see rank
Vermont
111,500 USD
U.S.
119,600 USD
Ranks: $50K or Less, $50-100K, $100-150K, $150-200K, $200-300K, $300-500K, $500-1M, $1M or More

* ACS stands for U.S. Census American Community Survey. According to the U.S. Census, if the date is a range, you can interpret the data as an average of the period of time.


 
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