Rural areas with generally newer, higher-priced, large owner-occupied single-family homes on large lots.

  • Most rapid and largest net increase in single family owners
  • Only 10% of households are renters, reflecting a modest increase since 2010
  • Smallest proportion of non-white residents
  • The home sale prices in this Submarket are increasing somewhat slower than the regional average
Median Home Sale Price (2020)
+61.40% since 2013
Home Sale Price Per Sq. Ft (2020)
$147.51 per sq. ft.
+56.00% since 2013
Median Building Area
2,651 sq. ft.
Median Year Built

Data source: ARC analysis of Zillow's ZTRAX home sale transactions, 2013 & 2020. Explore this data further in the Data Explorer


Expand Capital Resources

Promote Housing Stability

Develop Leadership & Collaboration on Affordability

Increase Supply

Preserve Affordable Supply

Reduce Housing & Transportation Costs

Increase Supply –
Reduce Development Cost and Barriers

Address zoning and land use code that shapes development to provide housing options, including land use options, building sizes, building materials, building forms, parking, and more.

Increase Supply –
Leverage Public Land

Diversify the ways that publicly-owned land is used and managed to provide housing affordability options.

  • Develop innovative approaches to address failed partially-developed, abandoned and subdivided tracts, including preparing development sites through site clearance, assemblage and sub-division, or subsidizing infrastructure development. Resources: