Tennessee Census Data Comparison Tool

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Ranking Counties by Housing Affordability Index (last updated July 1, 2021)

There are 20 records sorted in descending order.

The Housing Affordability Index base is 100 and represents a balance point where a resident with a median household income can normally qualify to purchase a median price home. Values above 100 indicate increased affordability, while values below 100 indicate decreased affordability.


County Housing Affordability Index
1. Lake County 237
2. Carroll County 229
3. Hardeman County 222
4. Henderson County 221
5. Lauderdale County 219
6. Dyer County 216
7. Grundy County 216
8. Van Buren County 209
9. Obion County 206
10. Perry County 205
11. Humphreys County 203
12. McNairy County 202
13. Decatur County 200
14. Scott County 196
15. Crockett County 195
16. Madison County 194
17. Meigs County 192
18. Giles County 191
19. Chester County 191
20. Wayne County 190

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Tennessee Census Data Comparison Tool

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