Henry County is a county in Indiana with a median income of $41,988 per household. Besides being less affluent than average, its population is much younger than others with a median age of 41 years. New Castle, Middletown, and Knightstown are the three largest cities in terms of population. The Henry County market is almost exclusively made up of detached homes, currently accounting for 99% overall. Heading the list of top schools in the county is Cowan High School.
Homes in Henry County are worth a median of $101,900, similar to other parts of Indiana. Additionally, the list prices of available homes is currently at an average of $76,503. The homes with the highest value are in Mount Summit, Sulphur Springs, and Cadiz.
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The typical dwelling in Henry County is a three-bedroom detached home worth about $98,222. To purchase a similar home, a buyer with good credit and a $19,644 cash down payment could obtain a mortgage with a 3.95% interest rate and a $283 monthly payment. The property tax rate is $7.94 per $1,000 of taxable assessed value.