Good 'ole Pennsylvania: The average listing price of a four-bedroom, two-bathroom home in any real estate market in the state doesn't top more than $750,000. According to the 2015 Coldwell Banker Home Listing Report, the average price of a home in Pennsylvania is $269,732. That's significantly lower than New Hope's $745,518, which makes it the most expensive real estate market in the state. Philly, meanwhile, falls somewhere in the middle at $252,102. Wilkes-Barre has the most affordable real estate market with $79,480 being the average price of a four-bed, two-bath home. For the whole PA list, click here to read the full report. Here, you'll find homes in the top 10 most expensive and affordable markets in the state—mapped! One through five are the top most expensive markets, and six through 10 are the least.
· 2015 Coldwell Banker Home Listing Report [Coldwell]
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