Compare: North Carolina vs Ohio
Home Values in North Carolina and Ohio
|Zillow Home Value IndexWhat's this?||$133,100||vs||$105,300|
|Median List Price||$189,000||vs||$124,500|
|Median Sale Price||$172,800||vs||$130,100|
|Total Homes Sold in Apr||9242 homes||vs||10657 homes|
North Carolina tends to be more expensive for home buyers than Ohio. During the last year, North Carolina home values have risen by 0.7%, while Ohio home values have risen by 3.1%. The median sale price in North Carolina is $172,800, but the median listing price was $189,000, a 8.6% discount. Meanwhile in Ohio, the median selling price is $130,100, and the starting price had a median of $124,500, a 4.5% increase. In April, North Carolina home sellers managed to move 9242 houses, while Ohio saw 10657 transactions.
Demographics in North Carolina and Ohio
|Median Household Income||$40,739||vs||$42,707|
|Homes with Kids||30.2%||vs||29.7%|
|Average Household Size||2.5||vs||2.5|
|Average Commute Time (Minutes)||25||vs||24|
At $42,707, the median income in Ohio is $1,968 more than in North Carolina, and $1,805 lower than the national average. North Carolina has an older median age, at 36, compared to 36 in Ohio, and a longer average commute. The average commute in Ohio is 24 minutes and the average commute in North Carolina is 25 minutes.
Homes for Sale in North Carolina and Ohio
North Carolina vs Ohio