The highest-priced counties for homebuyers are all in Texas, according to data from RealClearTax, a home appraisal firm.
That’s despite the state having a property tax system with a very steep property tax bill.
A typical home in Austin, Texas, will cost between $1 million and $2 million to buy, according the Tax Foundation, but an average buyer in the Houston suburbs will pay around $1.3 million.
For Texas, homebuyer taxes are also the highest in the country.
Homeowners in Dallas County, home to Dallas and the Texas Capital Region, are responsible for nearly $1 billion in property taxes in 2016, according To The Chronicle.
Dallas County is also home to Fort Worth, a city with the highest percentage of renters and median household income of nearly $54,000, according The Houston Chronicle.
The highest-paying counties in the U.S. for home buyers are mostly in the South and West, but the most costly areas are in the Northeast and Midwest.
According to data provided by RealClearProperty, New York City has the highest home value of $5.7 million and the average price for a home in the city is more than $5 million.
In Wisconsin, home values are almost $6 million and average home prices in the state average $3.3 billion.
The cheapest counties for property tax payers are in Wyoming, which is home to only about 7 percent of U.N. refugees and has a property value of about $1,000.
It’s not clear if Wyoming’s median home price is less than $1MM or more than that.
The average home value in Wyoming is around $5,000 and the median home sale price in the Western U..
S is around the $6,000 mark.
In California, the highest-paid county for homebuying is the Los Angeles area.
The county has the second-highest property tax rate of any county in the nation at 18.2 percent, according DataCollector.
In California, median home prices average $1million and median home sales prices average around $3 million, according RealClearData.
As you can see, a lot of money is being made off of homebuyters in the East Coast, but a lot more money is going into the West Coast, too.
The top 10 counties for homeowners are all home to people who live in cities.
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