1. Every state has at least 50% of its housing units owned with a mortgage.
The two states with the lowest percentage of housing unites owned with a mortgage are California with 55.9% and New York with 54.9%. The state with the highest percentage is West Virginia with 72.9%.
2. The median home value is higher than ever.
It grew steadily from 1940 to 1970, but then took off.