Do you want to relocate to the Mountain State? Other people are considering it, too. West Virginia has just under 900,000 housing units and a homeownership rate of about 73%, according to the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2018 American Community Survey.
The median housing value for West Virginia is $121,300, which is a little over half of the $229,700 national median value. In some areas of the state, you may be able to find even cheaper housing options.