Median Value of Occupied Housing Units

The value of occupied housing units

Median Value

Median Value

Median Value

wdt_ID Year NE Springfield (45503) NW Springfield (45504) SE Springfield (45505) SW Springfield (45506) Springfield Clark County Ohio United States
5 2011 109,900.0 121,000.0 79,200.0 78,400.0 84,600.0 110,400.0 135,600.0 186,200.0
6 2012 107,500.0 118,900.0 76,900.0 76,500.0 83,000.0 108,100.0 133,700.0 181,400.0
7 2013 109,700.0 116,000.0 74,000.0 74,100.0 82,100.0 106,400.0 130,800.0 176,700.0
8 2014 108,800.0 111,700.0 72,100.0 72,300.0 80,100.0 104,200.0 129,600.0 175,700.0
9 2015 107,300.0 110,300.0 71,100.0 71,800.0 78,900.0 103,600.0 129,900.0 178,600.0
10 2016 108,400.0 111,300.0 69,800.0 71,200.0 77,000.0 103,200.0 131,900.0 184,700.0
11 2017 111,900.0 114,900.0 70,900.0 71,200.0 77,400.0 107,300.0 135,100.0 193,500.0

This measures the median value (in dollars) of occupied housing units in the four zip codes of Springfield, compared with Clark County, the state of Ohio, and the United States.

In 2017:

  • The median housing value in NE and NW Springfield is statistically significantly higher than in SE and SW Springfield.
  • The median housing value in Springfield is statistically significantly lower than in Clark County, Ohio, or the U.S. overall.

Although there is a statistically significant decrease in the median value of housing units in SE Springfield between 2011 and 2017, and the trend line of SW Springfield is very similar, there is a larger margin of error for the SW estimate due to a smaller sampling size, and there is no statistically significant change in the housing value for the homes in SW Springfield between 2011 and 2017.

There is a statistically significant decrease in the median housing value of Springfield between 2011 and 2017, while there is a statistically significant increase in the housing value of the United States.

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