Inwood Market Insider

Mid-week blues, anyone? Just two more days before the weekend! For the meantime, I’m back with my weekly Market Insider, this time featuring the town of Inwood here in West Virginia. If you plan to move into this neighborhood or surrounding areas, you might find this information helpful.

Homes for sale in Inwood


The median list price in January for single family homes in Inwood is $153,750. The list prices increased by 0.03% from the previous month.


Median household income in Inwood is $60,781 with 287 households earning between $35,000 to $40,000 annually. (Income levels are listed along the left side of the chart, and the number of households are displayed along the bottom.)


The Crime Risk Index compares the likelihood of different crimes happening within this community to the national average. The national average for each type of crime equals a score of 100. A score of 200 would represent twice the risk as the national average, and a score of 50 would represent half the risk.

Median Age
Number of Homes
Homes with Children

Homes for sale in Inwood

The above data was gathered from multiple sources and includes current listings, recent sales, and more. Whether you’re a buyer or seller, the knowledge you gain will help put you in control of your real estate transactions.

If you’d like to read more statistics on the current housing market in Inwood, click here. You can find more information on it such as local schools, a list of establishments (categorized and searchable by map), and you can even compare areas/neighborhoods according to zip code. It can really provide you with a thorough insight so you have a better idea of the community you want to move into.

Hope you find this information useful! I’ll be back before the weekend hits! Till then, let’s all keep working hard! Good luck with your home search!


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