From contemporary, urban loft space to cozy, suburban farmhouses, the Little Rock region offers a range of styles and options - all at an affordable price.
The region accommodates a variety of tastes. Neighborhoods range from luxurious, well-appointed loft apartments in midtown and downtown Little Rock, to the suburban and family-oriented dwellings of Chenal Valley, Hillcrest and The Heights.
Little Rock has a lower cost of living than the national average, so your money will go a long way. The area features new multi-unit and single-family dwellings in development and under construction every day. The median sale price of a home is $143,217, noticeably lower than the national median of $222,408. Residents generally pay less for things like food, utilities and health care than the average American.
Little Rock offers a better value than similarly-sized metro areas when you compare housing costs to median household income.