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REDP: Regional Economic Development Partnership





Regional Economic
Development Partnership
 
1100 Main Street, 3rd Floor
P.O. Box 1029
Wheeling, WV 26003
 
Phone: 304.232.7722
Fax: 304.232.7727
Email: info@redp.org

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RED is a division of Ohio Valley Industrial and Business Development Corporation (OVIBDC). Copyright © 2017 Regional Economic Development Partnership

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Housing- Cost of Living

The Wheeling area’s low cost of living makes housing costs economical. Quality constructed homes are readily available and new housing developments are constantly under construction.

The community’s housing options range from elegant Victorian homes found throughout the city and suburbs to the stately mansions located on National Road. Contemporary developments, resort-type housing near Oglebay, as well as ultra modern condos and secluded country estates, are all part of the area’s unique housing spectrum. In addition, a large number of apartments and part-time/extended-stay housing is also available.

Wheeling Housing Information

Average Sale Price $121,646
Average List Price $138,142
Average Days on Market 137
Ratio of List to Sales Price 88.05%
# Residential Units Sold in 2013 646
Price of 3-4 Bedroom House $70,000 - $199,000
Price of 5 Bedroom House $119,999 - $299,999
Source: Wheeling Board of Realtors, 2017

Combined Cost of Living Indexes

Metro Area Index
West Virginia Average 91.5
Detroit 99.4
Chicago 116.9
Denver 108.0
LA (Long Beach) 136.4
NY (Manhattan) 216.7
Phoenix 100.7
San Francisco 164.0
Seattle 121.4
United States 100.0
 
Source: ACCRA Cost of Living Index, U.S. Census Bureau, State of West Virginia