Living in These 10 Texas Cities is Extremely Expensive
So you’ve heard the saying, “Everything's bigger in Texas,” well apparently that includes the price tag when it comes to living in certain parts of the Lone Star state.
Saturday Night Science and the real estate gurus at HomeSnacks decided to do some deep searching to find the zip codes in Texas that will have homeowners reaching deep in the heart of… their wallets if they wanted to call this Texas city their home.
Homesnacks.com dove deep into the real estate game, considering not just home prices but also the cost of living and residents' hefty paychecks to come up with this list.
Turns out, if you want to roll with the Texan elite, you better be raking in at least $104,949 a year. *Cries in Spanish*
While El Paso isn’t on that list, thank goodness, there are a few cities on the list that may not ring a bell immediately, but these expensive cities are only an hour's drive from the bustling cities of Houston or San Antonio.
Austin, the live music capital of the world, made the cut with its vibrant scene, and Addison is serving as Dallas's ritzy suburban paradise. Beach lover? Galveston's got you covered.
Here’s The List of The 10 Most Expensive Places To Live In Texas:
- Highland Park
- University Park
- West University Place
- Terrell Hills
- Bee Cave
Most Expensive Texas Cities