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The most expensive housing market in every state

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Coldwell Banker recently released its annual Home Listing Report, which ranks the most expensive places to purchase homes in America.

Though California dominated the overall rankings, expensive homes dot the entire country. Business Insider pulled the top ranking city in each state from the report, which range from average listing prices of over $1 million in California and Connecticut to those coming in under $300,000 in places such as Arkansas and Kentucky.

To determine the most expensive cities, Coldwell Banker analyzed the average listing price of more than 50,000 four-bedroom, two-bathroom homes for the period between January 2016 and June 2016. The ranking covered 2,168 markets across the US, excluding any with fewer than 10 listings. Note that just as prices vary by location, the size of these homes can vary significantly by market as well. 

Read on to see where to find the most expensive housing market in your state.

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ALABAMA: Fairhope

Population: 18,730

Average cost of a 4-bedroom, 2-bathroom house: $359,633

Median household income: $58,767



ALASKA: Anchorage

Population: 298,695

Average cost of a 4-bedroom, 2-bathroom house: $378,686

Median household income: $78,121



ARIZONA: Scottsdale

Population: 236,839

Average cost of a 4-bedroom, 2-bathroom house: $530,372

Median household income: $72,455



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