Chicopee Massachusetts Real Estate
This page looks at data from the Chicopee, Massachusetts, housing market, provided by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Office of Economic Analysis (OEA).
This page looks at the housing market in Chicopee, Massachusetts, provided by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Office of Economic Analysis (OEA). This is similar to the Wilbraham CDP, which tracks home prices between $320 and $100,000, with an average home price of $1,500 to $2,700 and a 41.4% return. It is presented as a "tenant percentage" of 42.5% or 1.6% of the total number of units, which illustrates the proportion of owners - occupied owners - in the urban housing markets. Chicago Lake has a median per square foot of living space, roughly the average for the entire state of Massachusetts ($3,200). It turns out that the median home price per square foot is about $500, while the median price per square foot is about $400, slightly higher than the national average.
Chicopee's property valuation rate is in line with the national average, and NeighborhoodScout data shows that the most recent annual appreciation rates are about 1.5%, slightly higher than the average for the entire state of Massachusetts. Compared to Massachusetts, the data show Chicago's rate of appreciation is slightly above the national average.
Chicopee is 23.6% larger in terms of median property taxes paid compared to the US average of $2,471, but it is about three-quarters the size and roughly the same size compared to changes in housing units. In Massachusetts, too, the rental rate ($1,282) in Chicopee is useful for understanding affordable housing funds and provides a frequency distribution of home prices within the area. It is ranked number one in NeighborhoodScout's latest annual property valuation rates, showing the average annual increase in value and annual change in property values, as well as the number of property taxes paid per homeowner in that region. Chicago Lake has a median property value of about $3,000 per unit, about 1.5% above the statewide average for the entire state. In the US, it is # 23 of the 6 largest, with an average property valuation rate of about $4,500 per unit compared to the change per unit.
Chicopee is represented as a tenant percentage (41.4%), which is about three-quarters of the statewide average for the entire state and indicates the rent distribution within the area. It has a median income of about $1,500 per unit, about 1.5% above the federal average, but it has a total of 23 and an average annual property valuation rate of $2,000, or about 2.6% below the US average. As for earnings, it is also reflected in the latest annual income data from NeighborhoodScout, with median incomes ($385) about 3.7% above the national average. But it also behaves differently: with a "tenant" share of 42.3 percent, it is on average 39.8 percent nationwide, which corresponds to about two-thirds of its total.
Second, it has the second smallest (measured at 4% of the total), and a median income of $1,500 per unit, about 1.5% above the federal average. Third, it has an average annual property valuation rate of about $2,000, about 2.6% below the US average, and a total of 23 units with a 42.3% rental share.
Chicopee has the second smallest unit, the third smallest by median income ($1,500 per unit, about 1.5% below the federal average) and a total of 23 units with a 42.3% rental share. That's slightly higher than the Granby CDP, but not as high as the average annual property valuation rate of about $2,000.
At 371.4, Chicopee's housing density is also about 2.9 times higher than Massachusetts. The city with the highest density of housing in the area is Springfield, which has a total of 3,843 units with a median income of $44,000 and a rental share of 42.3%.
Chicopee has a median home value of $182,100, which is the second lowest when looking at the top 10 cities in the state with the highest median home value and lowest median cost for owners. Chicopees have the median cost ($1,095), which was the lowest as measured by the median price of a home with a 42.3% rental share and a median income of $44,000.
Figure 10 shows the 10 largest cities in the state with the highest median value and lowest median cost for owners, including the median price of a home with a 42.3% rental share and median income of $44,000 and associated costs. Figure 10, represented as a percentage of total cost of ownership for a single-family home in Chicopee, Massachusetts. This includes the average price per square metre, the number of square metres per unit and the costs associated with each unit.
The next chart shows the percentage of middle-class workers as a percentage of the total cost of ownership of a single-family home in Chicopee, Massachusetts. As a result, it is a valuable measure of affordable housing, and provides a good representation of the state's income inequality.