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Fayetteville Real Estate Market

Housing
B-
Based on home values, property taxes, housing costs, local schools, and more.
Area Feel
Dense Suburban
Rent vs. Own
  • Rent
    56%
  • Own
    44%
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Real Estate Costs

Median Home Value
$129,700
National
$184,700
Home Values
  • <$50k
    5%
  • $50-$99k
    27%
  • $100-$199k
    46%
  • $200-$399k
    19%
  • $400-$749k
    3%
  • $750k+
    1%
Median Rent
$928
National
$949
Monthly Rent
  • <$500
    6%
  • $500-$999
    54%
  • $1,000-$1,499
    35%
  • $1,500-$1,999
    5%
  • $2,000+
    1%
35%
of residents say housing is affordable.116 responses

Home Quality

Poll
42%
of residents say the exterior quality of homes is good or excellent.116 responses
Poll
40%
of residents say the interior quality of homes is good or excellent.116 responses
41%
of residents say there is a good variety of homes.116 responses
61%
of residents say there are a few vacant or abandoned properties here and there.122 responses
49%
of residents say that parking is readily available.116 responses
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Homes in Fayetteville have a median value of $129,700. The median rent price in Fayetteville is $928 and most residents rent their homes. Fayetteville is walkable, and there are a lot of parks nearby.
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