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Investor Insights Blog|Top 10 Most Expensive Real Estate Markets for Equity Trust Clients

Real Estate

Top 10 Most Expensive Real Estate Markets for Equity Trust Clients

The state where Equity Trust clients have paid the most for real estate investments might surprise you.

According to newly released data, the state with the highest median purchase price for Equity Trust clients’ real estate purchases in 2018: Idaho.

Top 10 States with the Highest Real Estate Purchase Price

For Equity Trust clients’ self-directed investments by Median Purchase Price in 2018:

  1. Idaho – $163,000
  2. Oregon – $136,000
  3. Utah – $118,000
  4. Colorado – $113,000
  5. Hawaii – $112,000
  6. Rhode Island – $111,000
  7. Vermont – $109,000
  8. Montana – $105,000
  9. Nevada – $104,000
  10. New Jersey – $102,000

Top 10 States with the Lowest Median Price

For Equity Trust clients’ self-directed investments by Median Purchase Price in 2018:

  1. Kansas – $19,000
  2. Illinois – $27,000
  3. Missouri – $31,000
  4. West Virginia – $31,000
  5. Kentucky – $32,000
  6. Arkansas – $32,000
  7. Mississippi – $35,000
  8. Louisiana – $36,000
  9. Nebraska – $37,000
  10. Ohio – $38,000

While some investors might be surprised by some of the states that made each list, others might be surprised at the median price of the real estate investments that are being made in some states.

The common factor in these stats is that each of these real estate investors took advantage of self-directed investing to make these purchases. Through a tax-advantaged account, they were able to fund their purchase, and any profits flow back into their account, tax-free or tax-deferred.

Learn more about Equity Trust clients and their real estate investments in the On-Demand Webinar.

2019 Self-Directed Real Estate Market Report


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