Indiana House Values Rose Least, Census Shows

September 12, 2007

Houses in Indiana increased the least of any state in the nation between 2000 and July 2006, new U.S. Census Bureau data shows.

Indiana houses increased a meager 11 percent after adjusting for inflation, according to The Journal Gazette of Fort Wayne. The median house value stands at $120,700.

Only 25 Indiana counties and eight cities met the threshold of 65,000 population or greater to be included in the Census Bureau's American Community Survey.

At the national level, house values increased 41 percent, with the largest increases coming from the coasts and Southwestern states. California values rose 130 percent.

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