No Art Deco either, that I'm aware of. Taking my city (population 10,000) for example this is what you'll find:
On Main Street, the historic district, and older part of the city: an eclectic mix of colonial, victorian, georgian, and craftsman homes. Most are very well maintained.
On the east side of the city, a more economically-depressed area, the homes are mostly small frame homes with a small front porch and no car storage. This area also has some small brick ranch homes.
Scattered thorughout the city there are about five lower middle class subdivisions: All having pretty much the same ranch design (1,000 to 1,300 square-foot 3 bedroom, 1.5 bath, single car carports, on small 80' X 120' lots).
There's also about 10 large middle class subdivisions: Almost all of the homes ranch styles from the early 1970s through the late 1980s. Sizes range from around 1,500 to 2,500 square feet.
In the Country Club area, there are about five small upper-middle class subdivisions with traditional, a few tudors and a couple of victorian design homes.
In the University area, there are probably another five small upper-middle class subdivisions with traditional design homes.
Then there's the "micro-estates." About 10 subdividisions (3- to 5-acre lots) on the edge of the city. Mostly traditional style homes with some European influences, but there's also a few country farm house designs with big porches and two or three "New Orleans" style homes leaning toward the french influences.
The largest homes built in the last five years are on very large secluded lots (10-20 acres) just inside or right outside the city limits. Those are also traditional styles with European influences. Perhaps the largest home built here in the last 5 years is a $3 million home built on 20 acres just inside the city limits. It is a beautiful French design.
The current trend seems to be traditional and European designs.