WHERE ARE THE CHEAPEST AND MOST EXPENSIVE HOUSES IN THE US?
Coldwell Banker reports that the city with the most expensive average listing price was Los Altos, Calif., according to real estate firm Coldwell Banker, which released its annual home listing report Wednesday. In Los Altos, about 40 miles south of San Francisco, the average listing price of a four-bedroom, two-bathroom home is $1,706,688
- The most affordable market on the list was Redford, Mich. is $60,490
- Coldwell Banker said the nation's average listing for a four-bedroom, two-bathroom home is $292,152
- Hawaii had the most expensive average listing price by state at $742,551, while Nebraska had the least expensive average listing price for a state at $145,360
- To see the complete list of most and least expensive housing markets, click here