Tuesday, February 14, 2012

What is the biggest real estate market according to Google?

Image representing Google as depicted in Crunc...Image via CrunchBaseWant to know real estate markets that have the biggest potential for growth? How about looking at state-by-state search volumes in Google! The Google Adwords Keywords Tool gives semi-accurate search volumes for any keyword you wish to know more about. In this situation I used [<insert state> real estate] as my keywords. I've listed the real estate search volumes by each 50 state in comparison to other metrics like population and size. The results are rather surprising.


State

United States Search Volume

Population

Land area (sq. miles)

Pop. Density (sq. miles)

Florida

27,100

18,900,773

53,927

339.87

Utah

22,200

2,770,765

82,144

33.31

Maine

14,800

1,333,074

30,862

42.66

Hawaii

12,100

1,366,862

6,423

200.56

Colorado

8,100

4,939,456

103,718

47.62

Alaska

6,600

721,523

571,951

1.2

Arizona

6,600

6,412,700

113,635

57.2

California

6,600

37,341,989

155,959

235.68

Montana

6,600

994,416

145,552

6.65

New York

6,600

19,421,055

47,214

412.81

North Carolina

6,600

9,565,781

48,711

189.33

Michigan

5,400

9,911,626

56,804

176.1

New Hampshire

5,400

1,321,445

8,968

146.72

South Carolina

5,400

4,645,975

30,109

148.79

Texas

5,400

25,268,418

261,797

92.92

Vermont

5,400

630,337

9,250

67.16

Wyoming

4,400

568,300

97,100

5.49

Idaho

3,600

1,573,499

82,747

18.42

Maryland

3,600

5,789,929

9,774

576.39

New Jersey

3,600

8,807,501

7,417

1,170.64

Oregon

3,600

3,848,606

95,997

39.48

Connecticut

2,900

3,581,628

4,845

722.65

Delaware

2,900

900,877

1,954

446.82

Georgia

2,900

9,727,566

57,906

167.27

Tennessee

2,900

6,375,431

41,217

150.78

Virginia

2,900

8,037,736

39,594

196.22

Minnesota

2,400

5,314,879

79,610

65.57

New Mexico

2,400

2,067,273

121,356

16.35

Ohio

2,400

11,568,495

40,948

280.5

Wisconsin

2,400

5,698,230

54,310

103.63

Massachusetts

1,900

6,559,644

7,840

828.82

Pennsylvania

1,900

12,734,905

44,817

277.76

Rhode Island

1,900

1,055,247

1,045

1,005.54

Alabama

1,600

4,802,982

50,744

91.87

Arkansas

1,600

2,926,229

52,068

54.84

Illinois

1,600

12,864,380

55,584

232.11

Indiana

1,600

6,501,582

35,867

177.79

Kentucky

1,600

4,350,606

39,728

107.46

Missouri

1,600

6,011,478

68,886

85.82

Nevada

1,600

2,709,432

109,826

23.68

North Dakota

1,600

675,905

68,976

9.3

Oklahoma

1,600

3,764,882

68,667

53.04

Washington

1,600

6,753,369

66,544

98.42

West Virginia

1,600

1,859,815

24,078

75.36

Iowa

1,300

3,053,787

55,869

53.74

Louisiana

1,000

4,553,962

43,562

101.25

South Dakota

1,000

819,761

75,885

10.6

Mississippi

880

2,978,240

46,907

62.65

Kansas

720

2,863,813

81,815

34.25

Nebraska

720

1,831,825

76,872

23.2


Regardless of whether these numbers are 100% accurate, search volumes can be an accurate measure of demand for any market or industry.

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