It's not uncommon for another community a few miles down the road to offer substanial savings on storage compared to the rates in your community. Storage facilities just on the periphery of your current search might have some great rental rates, and you'll only find them if you search a little more broadly. Though you may have to travel farther to access your unit, the additional savings might just be worth it. However, if self-storage (often called mini storage or public self storage) in Statesville is relatively cheap for the area then searching farther afield might do little good. So how do prices in Statesville stack up to the rest of the state?
With its average price of $75 a month for a unit, Statesville is the 18th most expensive city for self-storage in the state of North Carolina, which itself is the 29th most-expensive state for storage. To give you a better idea of what this means, Statesville's average price is $11.18 more than the state average of $63.82.
An average price alone, however, doesn't tell you if storage is or isn't more affordable in one city versus another, as the cost of living will also be different. In order to establish some kind of index of affordability for Statesville storage, we've developed a 'relative price' scale which takes the cost of living in terms of state median income into account. The median income in North Carolina is $45,210.00, which means the average storage unit in Statesville would require 1.99% of a median earner's monthly income. When we compare this storage price as a percent of the local median income to other cities in North Carolina, we find that it ranks in the 72nd percentile, making it a moderately expensive place to rent storage.
If we measure according to the national scale and compare it to cities across the country, self-storage rates in Statesville are still somewhat expensive, ranking at the 67th percentile in terms of relative expense. The national average monthly price of a storage unit is $72.15. Depending on the size of unit you rent and the time of year, you should expect to pay approximately $2.85 more than that for self storage in Statesville.
You'll have a hard time telling a good price on storage from a great price when you're unfamiliar with how much self storage in Statesville typically costs to begin with. Even though you may have booked storage units in other cities in the past, prices could be quite different in your current location, which makes it difficult to know what the standard price is. Which is precisely the reason we've had the SelfStorage.com analysts dig through all the data in order to bring back the crucial information you need to book a unit in Statesville.
Rental rates on storage in Statesville average $75 per month. If your're in need of storage for a longer term, remember that at that rate a unit will cost you approximately $900 a year. This average does include all storage unit sizes, which means that it should be taken with a grain of salt. You can easily end up paying up to or exceeding twice as much money for the larger units than the smaller sizes. The standard sizes of storage units available in Statesville include 5x5, 5x10, 10x10, 10x15, and 10x20. Here are the average monthly rates for each standard unit size in Statesville:
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Finding storage is a game of numbers, and one important number is that of the amount of storage facilities in your city. More facilities bring more options, so the odds of finding the perfect unit increase as the number of facilities in your area does. So how many storage facilities are there in Statesville?
According to the data on our facility network, there are 14 storage businesses operating in Statesville, NC. The average city in North Carolina is home to about 10 storage facilties, 4 less than what can be found in Statesville, meaning Statesville has a reasonably-large number of facilities. Statesville also boasts the 16th highest count of storage facilities out of all 70 cities in North Carolina, making up 1.97% of the state's facility count. And Statesville doesn't just have a lot of storage facilities for its state, either: it also surpasses the national average of 9 facilities per city by 5.
Of course, simply comparing cities irrespective of their various populations tells us very little about these cities, even when we're comparing Statesville to other cities in North Carolina. Do the 14 self storage facilities in Statesville offer the 26,644 people living there enough extra storage space? How does Statesville compare to similarly-sized cities? Considering that the average city that falls in the 25,000 to 50,000 population bracket has 7 self storage facilities, we can conclude that Statesville, which boasts 7 more, has a fairly-high amount of storage space for its size. One might point out that comparing Statesville to cities of a similar size doesn't prove its healthy supply of storage space for the size of the population, and that a better measure would be actually looking at its facilities per capita. Well, we have, and it has firmly corroborated our former results. The 26,644 people who call Statesville home should have little trouble finding the extra storage space they need, as the city's facilities per capita rank it in the 77th percentile nationwide, indicating a very high number of storage businesses. When it comes to cities in North Carolina, Statesville still has a comparatively-high level of storage space per capita, ranking in at the 62nd percentile.
The fact that Statesville is growing, but not doing so at a particularly rapid rate, also bears mentioning in our discussion of storage facilities per person. The US Census reports that Statesville saw 13.2% more people move there in the first decade of this century. That's not insignificant, though it is 5.3% less than the 18.5% population that North Carolina saw altogether. With less demand for storage generated by fewer incoming inhabitants and a high amount of storage businesses per capita, Statesville would seem to be a great place to be searching for storage.
Statesville self storage typically costs between $60 and $75 a month. Storage is currently in stock.
If you’re considering buying/selling a home instead of renting, it’s crucial to find a storage unit that will last you through the purchase or sale process. Especially when, according to Zillow, Statesville had an average home value of $129,400 which in the past year is up 0.010%.