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About Arkansas


Arkansas is the twenty-ninth largest state by area, with a population of 3,013,825 (U.S. Census Bureau, July 1, 2019). As part of the Louisiana Purchase of 1803, the U.S. government acquired Arkansas, in addition to other territories, from France for $15 million. With its rich southern history, Arkansas played a prominent role in the Civil War and the Civil Rights Movement.

Arkansas' economy has a GDP of $129 billion (Bureau of Economic Analysis, July 1, 2018), which is driven by the agriculture, transport, and aerospace industries. Many of the leading Fortune 500 companies have their headquarters in Arkansas, including Walmart, J. B. Hunt, and Tyson Foods, to name a few.

The most recognized cities in Arkansas are Little Rock, Bentonville, and Fayetteville.

Little Rock is the capital city of Arkansas and has a population of 197,780. Little Rock is home to William J. Clinton Library & Museum, Pinnacle Mountain State Park, and Big Dam Bridge. Over the last ten years, Little Rock's housing market has appreciated by 0.56% annually. When compared to the rest of the nation, Little Rock's housing prices are significantly lower, with the median home price of $143,000 and a median rent of $910.

Bentonville resides in northwest Arkansas and has a population of 44,601. Bentonville is home to the Walmart Museum and the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. Over the last ten years, Bentonville's housing market has appreciated by 35.06%. When compared to the rest of the country, Bentonville's housing prices are slightly higher, with the median home price of $235,000 and a median rent of $985.

Fayetteville is located in the northwest part of Arkansas and has a population of 81,889. Fayetteville is home to Cape Fear Botanical Garden and Airborne and Special Operations Museum Foundation. Over the last ten years, Fayetteville's housing market has appreciated by 26.57%. When compared to the rest of the nation, Fayetteville's housing prices are slightly lower, with the median home price of $220,500 and a median rent of $708.

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