IDAHO, USA — A new study shows Idaho and Washington had the highest increase in housing prices in the country.
According to a study from SelfStorage, an online self-storage finder, Idaho saw the most significant jump in home prices with a 78.7% increase. Meanwhile, Washington had the third highest price increase with 64.9%.
The study used average home prices on Zillow from two periods of time: 2012-2016 and 2017-2022. The prices from those two periods were then compared to find the average home price increase in each state.
An Idaho home cost an average of $152,221 from 2012-2016. From 2017-2022, the average price was $272,019, leading to a total difference of $119,798.
A Washington home cost an average of $209, 646 from 2012-2016. But, from 2017-2022, the average price was $345,726, leading to a total difference of $136,080.
Other states that saw a jump in housing prices include Nevada, Oregon, Arizona and Montana.
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