Dallas fort Worth? Austin? Houston? Have you ever wondered what's the richest city in the Lone Star State? Peep this list.

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Photo by R K on Unsplash

10-gallon hats, Texas swagger, and a whole lot of cash can be found in a quaint and bougie suburb of Dallas-Fort Worth.

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Homesnacks.com has studied and ranked every type of city, neighborhood, or state throughout the country for 5 years now. Using publicly available information from the FBI and the US census bureau they were able to determine the richest cities in Texas. 

The fine folks at HomeSnacks described their criteria for judgment like this: 

"To narrow down the richest cities in Texas, we looked at several factors: poverty rate, median household income, unemployment rate; and obviously, where the richest of the rich live. The cities also had to have a population of at least 5,000."

The Top 10 richest cities for 2023:

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Photo by Ryan Duffy on Unsplash

1. Southlake
2. Bellaire
3. Alamo Heights
4. Lucas
5. Lakeway
6. Coppell
7. Heath
8. Highland Village
9. Bee Cave
10. Keller

For those interested in the complete list of the 100 richest cities in Texas visit homesnacks.com and download the entire list and rankings. 


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Photo by Nick Romanov on Unsplash

The median income per person is reported to be $239,833.

The median home price in Southlake is $1,336,000 with a median price per sqft of $306. 

The cost of living index for housing estimates the cost of housing in Southlake to be 79.8% of the national average.


That's a lot of moolah!

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