West Virginia Census Data Comparison Tool

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Ranking Counties by Housing Affordability Index (last updated July 1, 2021)

There are 20 records sorted in descending order.

The Housing Affordability Index base is 100 and represents a balance point where a resident with a median household income can normally qualify to purchase a median price home. Values above 100 indicate increased affordability, while values below 100 indicate decreased affordability.


County Housing Affordability Index
1. Wyoming County 350
2. McDowell County 350
3. Mason County 299
4. Pleasants County 298
5. Brooke County 295
6. Boone County 294
7. Webster County 283
8. Wirt County 279
9. Calhoun County 277
10. Hancock County 267
11. Braxton County 265
12. Raleigh County 260
13. Lincoln County 260
14. Marshall County 259
15. Mingo County 258
16. Gilmer County 258
17. Tyler County 254
18. Nicholas County 249
19. Preston County 249
20. Summers County 248

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West Virginia Census Data Comparison Tool

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