Coldwell Banker has a nice new survey out: In a survey of nearly 2,000 markets, they list the 25 most expensive and the 25 most affordable areas in the U.S.
The report identified 20 markets where a four-bedroom, two-bathroom house costs more than $1 million and eight markets where a similar home lists for less than $100,000. Thirteen of the country’s 25 priciest markets are in California. Inf act, Coldwell Banker ranked Malibu the priciest, citing a nearly $2 million divide between it and the least costly market: Cleveland.
The list of the 25 most expensive/most affordable real estate market doesn’t even have a New York zip until No.13: It’s Great Neck, where the average listing price is $1,103,364. Larchmont comes in at No. 23 with an average list price of $972,150. Here’s a home currently listed by Julia B. Fee/Sotheby’s International for $6,800,000. On the most affordable size, Buffalo, with an average listing price of $101,631 is the most affordable area in New York State.