Compare: Cleveland vs Brooklyn
Home Values in Cleveland and Brooklyn
|Zillow Home Value IndexWhat's this?||$53,100||vs||$88,100|
|Median List Price||$55,000||vs||$96,900|
|Median Sale Price||$63,600||vs||$83,300|
|Total Homes Sold in Nov||401 homes||vs||14 homes|
Cleveland, OH tends to be less expensive for home buyers than Brooklyn, OH. During the last year, Cleveland home values have fallen by 1.5%, while Brooklyn home values have risen by 2.8%. The median sale price in Cleveland is $63,600, but the median listing price was $55,000, a 15.6% increase. Meanwhile in Brooklyn, the median selling price is $83,300, and the starting price had a median of $96,900, a 14.0% discount. In November, Cleveland home sellers managed to move 401 houses, while Brooklyn saw 14 transactions.
Demographics in Cleveland and Brooklyn
|Median Household Income||$25,928||vs||$36,046|
|Homes with Kids||24.5%||vs||24.3%|
|Average Household Size||2.4||vs||2.2|
|Average Commute Time (Minutes)||27||vs||22|
At $36,046, the median income in Brooklyn is $10,118 more than in Cleveland, and $8,466 lower than the national average. Cleveland has a younger median age, at 34, compared to 41 in Brooklyn, and a longer average commute. The average commute in Brooklyn is 22 minutes and the average commute in Cleveland is 27 minutes.