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The average home value in Tampa increased from $160k to $240k (+49%) from 2015 to 2020. This was 8th highest for any large metro in the country.
C. 4x Higher
Average home values in the San Francisco metro are currently $1.13 million, the 2nd highest in the US. This is roughly 4x higher than the $300k average value in Raleigh.
A. San Francisco
San Francisco’s median household income increased from $74k to $115k (+55%) from 2009 to 2019. This growth rate was the highest for any metro area in the country.
Average rents in the Houston metro increased from $1,400 to $1,475, a mere 5% growth rate over the last five years. Compare that to the +35% levels achieved in a market like Phoenix!
Austin is on pace to permit 20,000 new multifamily units in 2020. This represents a 5.5% increase of its existing rental housing stock, the highest for any metro in the US.
Average face value rents in the New York MSA are over $2,600 per month. Meanwhile, Pittsburgh’s are only $1,150 per month, roughly 55% cheaper.
Orlando’s metro-area population increased from 25% from 2009 to 2019. That is the 4th highest for any metro in the country in that span.
Average rents in Cincinnati have increased by 24% over the last five years ($1,025 $1,270). Meanwhile, rents in Austin have only increased by 11% ($1,400 $1,560).
Indianapolis rents have increased by over 20% in the last five years. Baltimore’s have only increased by <5%, the lowest growth in the country.