Compare: Oregon vs Nevada
Home Values in Oregon and Nevada
|Zillow Home Value IndexWhat's this?||$220,200||vs||$172,600|
|Median List Price||$255,000||vs||$189,900|
|Median Sale Price||$233,300||vs||$178,300|
|Total Homes Sold in Oct||4570 homes||vs||5945 homes|
Oregon tends to be more expensive for home buyers than Nevada. During the last year, Oregon home values have risen by 12.3%, while Nevada home values have risen by 29.8%. The median sale price in Oregon is $233,300, but the median listing price was $255,000, a 8.5% discount. Meanwhile in Nevada, the median selling price is $178,300, and the starting price had a median of $189,900, a 6.1% discount. In October, Oregon home sellers managed to move 4570 houses, while Nevada saw 5945 transactions.
Demographics in Oregon and Nevada
|Median Household Income||$42,377||vs||$46,485|
|Homes with Kids||28.8%||vs||30.1%|
|Average Household Size||2.5||vs||2.6|
|Average Commute Time (Minutes)||23||vs||25|
At $46,485, the median income in Nevada is $4,108 more than in Oregon, and $1,973 higher than the national average. Oregon has an older median age, at 36, compared to 35 in Nevada, and a shorter average commute. The average commute in Nevada is 25 minutes and the average commute in Oregon is 23 minutes.
Homes for Sale in Oregon and Nevada
Oregon vs Nevada