Austin ranks most expensive market in TexasAustin ranks most expensive market in Texashttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=57602013-11-12T13:54:00Z2013-11-12T00:00:00Z

AUSTIN - Austin is the priciest home market in Texas, according to the Coldwell Banker Home Listing Report (HLR). The average list price for a four-bedroom, two-bathroom home in Austin is $304,585.

This number is way out in front of the next priciest market — Flower Mound, a Dallas suburb — where the average list price is $283,829.

The most affordable market in Texas is Glenn Heights, which is between Dallas and Waxahachie, with an average list price of $132,167. Other value markets are Palestine in East Texas, Mesquite and Garland near Dallas and Anthony near El Paso.

Overall, Texas ranked as the 12th most affordable state in the country. And yet, none of its cities made the most-affordable list.

Looking for a deal? The least expensive market with an average list price of $63,729 is Cleveland, Ohio.

Top Ten Most Expensive Markets in Texas
Market Avg. Price*
Austin $304,585
Flower Mound $283,829
Aledo $276,652
Grapevine $271,315
The Woodlands $260,480
Midland $256,316
Brownwood $255,155
Gilmer $253,918
Victoria $250,878
Salado $248,306

*based on a four-bedroom, two-bath home

For more home value stats for Texas, see Coldwell Banker's Home Listing Report.

Read more at the Austin Business Journal and the San Antonio Business Journal.

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