Haunted Housing: Who Wants to Move to Elm Street?

Posted on Oct 30 2018 - 3:52pm by Zoe Eisenberg
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While housing prices may be rising across many parts of the country, you can still snag a deal—if you're willing to move to Elm Street. According to spooky new findings from Zillow, the typical home on Elm Streets across the country is worth $133,000, which is about 65 percent lower than the median U.S. home value of $220,100. Additionally, the average Krueger neighbor has a home value about 12 percent lower than the typical home in their zip code, making for some scary home savings.

Nationally, there are 1,070 cities with an Elm Street containing at least 25 homes. The Zillow study analyzed these haunts in order to sniff out the Elm Street spots with the biggest and least bang for your buck.

The priciest Elm Street is located in Southampton, N.Y., no shock considering home values here are among the highest in the country, whereas Youngstown, Ohio offers the cheapest Elm Street, with homes worth a whopping 83 percent less than the typical home in the city.

The locales with the highest Elm Street Home Values?

  1. Southampton, N.Y., with a median Elm Street home value of $2,263,500.
  2. Wellesley, Mass., with a median Elm Street home value of $1,617,500.
  3. Chevy Chase, Md., with a median Elm Street home value of $1,565,900.
  4. San Carlos, Calif., with a median Elm Street home value of $1,533,800.
  5. San Francisco, Calif., with a median Elm Street home value of $ 1,257,700.

And how about the cheapest Elm Street digs?

  1. Decatur, Ill., with a median Elm Street home value of $18,500.
  2. Hogansville, Ga., with a median Elm Street home value of $18,900.
  3. Toledo, Ohio, with a median Elm Street home value of $19,000.
  4. Cumberland, Md., with a median Elm Street home value of $22,000.
  5. Lancaster, S.C., with a median Elm Street home value of $22,200.

To read the full study, visit Zillow.

 

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