Connecticut Census Data Comparison Tool

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Ranking Cities and Towns by Housing Affordability Index (last updated July 1, 2023)

There are 20 records sorted in ascending order.

The Housing Affordability Index base is 100 and represents a balance point where a resident with a median household income can normally qualify to purchase a median price home. Values above 100 indicate increased affordability, while values below 100 indicate decreased affordability.


Name County Housing Affordability Index
1. Storrs Census Designated Place Capitol 27
2. Indian Field Census Designated Place Western Connecticut 30
3. Tokeneke Census Designated Place Western Connecticut 43
4. Greenwich Census Designated Place Western Connecticut 47
5. Cornwall Bridge Census Designated Place Northwest Hills 49
6. Rock Ridge Census Designated Place Western Connecticut 52
7. Norfolk Census Designated Place Northwest Hills 53
8. Old Greenwich Census Designated Place Western Connecticut 53
9. Madison Center Census Designated Place South Central Connecticut 54
10. Old Saybrook Center Census Designated Place Lower Connecticut River Valley 56
11. Riverside Census Designated Place Western Connecticut 56
12. Byram Census Designated Place Western Connecticut 56
13. Lakeville Census Designated Place Northwest Hills 58
14. New Canaan Census Designated Place Western Connecticut 58
15. Woodbury Center Census Designated Place Naugatuck Valley 59
16. Guilford Center Census Designated Place South Central Connecticut 60
17. Borough of Stonington Southeastern Connecticut 61
18. Heritage Village Census Designated Place Naugatuck Valley 62
19. Knollcrest Census Designated Place Western Connecticut 63
20. Noroton Census Designated Place Western Connecticut 63

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